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April 11, 2012 / C H Thompson

Education revision images

This images examines the competing sociological perspectives on the role of education in society.

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Points to consider when studying the image above:
1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each perspective?
2. How does the role of the hidden curriculum differ between each perspective?
3. In what way does each perspective see the function of education as being?

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Points to consider when studying the image above
1. What are the benefits/problems when schools select by ability?
2. What are the advantages/disadvantages with comprehensive schooling?
3. What are the strengths/weaknesses using market forces in the education system?

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Points to consider when studying the image above
1. When examining factors outside school, which would you argue is the most useful in understanding attainment at school
2. When examining factors inside school, which would you argue is the most useful in understanding attainment at school?
3. Assess whether factors inside or outside school are the most influential in understanding attainment at school?

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Some past questions have been worked through below

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  1. Su Peters / May 20 2013 7:03 pm

    Excellent resources. Thanks for sharing. Just spotted a typo though ref Social Policy – New Labour = 1997 not 1977.

    • sociologytwynham / May 21 2013 9:21 am

      Woooops – thanks. Glad you like resources 🙂

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