The Hidden Curriculum: Reproduction in Education, a Reappraisal
This book is set in the context of sociological debates regarding the dynamics of reproduction in education. Using Irish data, some mechanisms whereby inequalities get reproduced are unveiled. By analyzing detailed evidence on 90 second-level schools, substantiating evidence is supplied.
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A Reappraisal of Reproduction
Empirical Evidence of Universalism in the Content
Curriculum Changes and Technical Knowledge
The Marginal Status of Activities and Knowledge
Class Allocation and Selection at Entry
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ability ability grouping academic allocation analysis areas autonomy awarded Bourdieu Bowles and Gintis Camogie capitalist cent of co-educational cent of girls cent of schools cent of secondary co-educational schools community schools community/comprehensive schools competitive individualism comprehensive schools compulsory continuous assessment cultural capital Department of Education educational system evidence extracurricular activities fee-paying schools fee-paying secondary formal curriculum Gaelic football Hannan hidden curriculum Home economics ibid inequalities interests involved Ireland junior cycle labour Learning to Labour Leaving Certificate major middle classes neo-Marxists non-examination subjects O.O O.O O.O OO.O organization particularistic practices prefects principals prize-giving prizes productive sub-system provision relations religious reproduction Republic of Ireland resistance School type second-level schools secondary schools sector selection senior level small schools social class society statistically significant streaming or banding subject choices teachers technical drawing technical knowledge third-level timetable Total number types of schools universalistic vocational education committees vocational schools Willis working-class