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The Way Schools Work: A Sociological Analysis of Education

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This text continues to offer cutting-edge analysis of contemporary schooling in America from a critical perspective. Provides up-to-the-minute critical analysis of the way schools really work that takes into account both historical influences and current critical theory. Includes extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in This text continues to offer cutting-edge analysis of contemporary schooling in America from a critical perspective. Provides up-to-the-minute critical analysis of the way schools really work that takes into account both historical influences and current critical theory. Includes extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in todayOs classrooms. Wide ranging content draws on social theory as well as the sociology of organizations, of work and the professions, and of knowledge. Includes new short case studies of students' experiences, and chapter questions and illustrative boxes containing accounts from students, teachers and administrators.


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This text continues to offer cutting-edge analysis of contemporary schooling in America from a critical perspective. Provides up-to-the-minute critical analysis of the way schools really work that takes into account both historical influences and current critical theory. Includes extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in This text continues to offer cutting-edge analysis of contemporary schooling in America from a critical perspective. Provides up-to-the-minute critical analysis of the way schools really work that takes into account both historical influences and current critical theory. Includes extensive coverage of race, class, and gender and their roles in relation to power dynamics in todayOs classrooms. Wide ranging content draws on social theory as well as the sociology of organizations, of work and the professions, and of knowledge. Includes new short case studies of students' experiences, and chapter questions and illustrative boxes containing accounts from students, teachers and administrators.

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    It was informative but boring. It was too light and barely scratched the surface of the issues it attempted to cover. The books flow was rather off too.

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