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In Functionalist sociology this process involves preparing children for adult role relationships in the workplace and wider society 10 seconds…
The idea that rewards are earned on the basis of our abilities and efforts rather than simply allocated on the basis of who you know 10 seconds…
For Functionalists this is necessary if we are to establish things in common with others in order to live and work together 10 seconds…
This function of education involves teaching each new generation the skills and knowledge required to take up positions in the workplace 10 seconds…
Everyone, regardless of social characteristics like gender, class and ethnicity, has the same chance to achieve in the education system 10 seconds…
The things we learn from the experience of attending school that are not part of the official curriculum 10 seconds…
Bowles and Gintis (1976) theory showing a clear link between what employers generally want and what schools provide. 10 seconds…
The idea that when given a free choice girls and boys frequently opt for different subjects 10 seconds…
Introduced in 1988, this created a legal requirement to teach certain subjects between the ages of 5 and 16 in all State schools 10 seconds…
Type of relationship based on what people can do for us in return for what we can do for them. The opposite of affective relationships 10 seconds…
The idea that we cant always have what we want when we want it. We tolerate things we dislike in the expectation of gaining something better in the future 10 seconds…
The idea of taking something when its offered or available in the reasonable expectation that its the best we can hope for 10 seconds…
For Functionalists this refers to mechanisms for helping people feel they belong to a group. In education, examples include uniforms and inter-school competitions 10 seconds…
For Functionalists, one purpose of schools is to prepare children for their future adult roles – this is called Role… 10 seconds…
The process by which school students are made different through things like tests and examinations is called social… 10 seconds…
For Marxists, one purpose of schools is to make children accept and respect authority. This is called social… 10 seconds…
For Marxists this is a process whereby knowledge is given an economic value; it can, in other words, be bought and sold 10 seconds…
Althusser argues that the education system is what kind of State Apparatus? 10 seconds…
This process refers to the role played by teachers in transforming pupil consciousness – to ensure they accept the realities of life and their likely future social positions 10 seconds…
A concept that describes the idea of legitimate leadership - people obey authority because they believe it right to do so 10 seconds…
A concept developed by Bourdieu that refers to a habitat or environment in which a group lives and flourishes 10 seconds…
A type of capital that reflects the idea that our social backgrounds give us certain advantages and disadvantages in life 10 seconds…
A type of training designed to give people the knowledge and skills to perform specific work- related roles (such as a secretary or mechanic) 10 seconds…
A theory that suggests how teachers classify (or stereotype) students influences how they see their role and status within the school 10 seconds…
A system used to group students by ability, usually on a yearly basis 10 seconds…
A system where students are grouped by ability on a subject-by-subject basis 10 seconds…
The people we use to check how were doing in whatever role were playing 10 seconds…
These are very influential people in our lives whose opinions we value in particular contexts 10 seconds…
A prediction about behaviour that, by making, we help to bring about 10 seconds…
Introduced in 1988 as a key part of the National Curriculum, these set attainment targets in English, Science and Maths for all pupils aged 7, 11 and 14 10 seconds…
A New Right concept that argues schools should be removed from State control and run by private businesses 10 seconds…
The idea that control over the day-to-day decision-making within a school should be taken away from the government and given to Headteachers and governors 10 seconds…
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