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Sociology In Education

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    • Sociology in Education By: Sammie Rocovich
    • Now and then… Early education was only allowed for boys, and was mostly offered to the higher classes, now everyone is allowed higher education. Was society more mechanically specialized in the early education years, with the more people working for themselves in their home fields? Is there now a greater sense of organic solidarity because everyone is educated and college offers everyone a way to contribute to society?
    • Price of Education With the cost of education constantly rising, have college-bound students turned to different alternatives to college? Has the pressure of money for school and out of school led to the breaking down of the students in the college campus shootings?
    • Holocaust Education Hitler’s strong power and persuasion convinced a whole country that one race was the source of its problems; does America’s strong sense of freedom keep our society from falling under the same spell? Or are we all under a great misconception, and therefore would believe anything our powerful president had to say?
    • Classroom in Africa With the new funding for AIDS awareness in African countries such as Tanzania, will there show a significant increase in Bush’s ABC plan and furthermore a decrease in the AIDS epidemic? Along with the AIDS funding, a certain unwritten agreement of partnership is expected. Will we see an increase in democracy among the African people?
    • Indonesian Classroom How does less funding in a poor country affect education in countries such as Indonesia? Should we as a society try to help the less adequate countries in their education funding?
    • College Classroom Does college put unnecessary pressures on students? Can the surroundings of a college student be the reasoning for the increase in weight, partying, and mental breakdowns?
    • Religion in the Classroom Has religion in the classroom bettered Catholic classrooms? Or has it created a bias in its students that affects their roles in society? Has incorporating religion into public schools, even with “under God” in the pledge, led to bias in the classrooms? Even our president has claimed his religious views to our country.
    • Study Abroad Can studying abroad influence people to help people in other nations? Studying abroad has many pros, but does it lead to a sense of lost patriotism for our own country?
    • Armed Forces Has the armed forces become a cop out for the students who have yet to decide their life paths, and therefore creating a less diligent army? Has the army’s offer of paying for college increased the graduating rate?
    • Night School Can night school be a preventative measure for poverty, as it creates a way for working people to better their education? Can night school and other options for education, such as online courses help our society reach a higher education level?