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Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
Conflict Theory Collins
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  • 1. Randall Collins
    • Conflict theory
    • Social transmission and reproduction
    • Educational stratification
  • 2. What, according to Collins, are the weaknesses of the Functionalist approach?
  • 3. How does the “Marxist” approach differ from the Functionalist approach?
  • 4. Collins calls his approach Weberian” What does he mean by that term?
  • 5. Max Weber
    • Social stratification results from conflicts between and among interest groups
      • Economic (class)
      • Political (party)
      • Cultural (status groups)
  • 6. Collins calls his approach Weberian” What does he mean by that term?
  • 7. Collins identifies 3 models of education
    • Practical
      • This is closest to the Marxian view that education meets the economic/labor needs of society.
        • (class stratification)
    • Status Group
      • Ritual and ceremony convey membership in a cultural group.
        • Group determines what is legitimate knowledge and who belongs
        • Pierre Bourdieu’s “Cultural Capital”
    • Bureaucratic
      • Rules and regulations, impersonal, objective, specialization, hierarchical, technical rational
        • Credentials determine status and role
  • 8. What is “status-group” education?
  • 9. What is “status-group” education?
  • 10. Why is are educational institutions frequently “bureaucratic”?
  • 11. What are the three demands for education that Collins sees as part of a cultural market
  • 12. What are the three demands for education that Collins sees as part of a cultural market

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