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Let’s divide the class into 3
groups
Fall in line
You need to arrange yourselves
in accordance to what your
facilitator sa...
For Example
According to the length of your hair
The person who has the shortest hair will go
to the front while the perso...
Introduction to
Social Dimension of
Education
Sociological Theory
•Theories guide research and policy formulation in the
sociology of education
•They also provide logic...
Sociology of
Education
• The sociology of education is the study
of how social institutions and individual
experiences aff...
Social System
•Consist of plurality of individual actors interacting with each
other with at least physical or environment...
•Society has two faces (Dahrendorf; 1959,1968)
•Sociological Theory should be divided into 2 parts. Conflict
Theory and Co...
Sociology
• The word Sociology originates from latin
prefix :socius, "companion"; and the suffix
-ology, "the study of", f...
Society
•:people in general thought of as living
together in organized communities with
shared laws, traditions, and value...
Education
Educationis a broad concept,
referring to all the experiences in
which learners can learn something.
The proponents of consensus and
conflict sociological and social
theories are:
Karl Marx Emile Durkheim Max Weber
Talcott
Parsons
Robert MertonLouis Althusser
Ralph
Dahrendorf Herbert Mead Herbert Blumer
KarlMarx
Marx's class theory
rests on the premise
that "the history of
all hitherto existing
society is the history
of cla...
Emile Durkheim
Durkheim discusses how
modern society is held
together by a division of
labor that makes
individuals depend...
Max Weber
An action that a
person does not
think about cannot
be a social
action.
References:
http://www.slideshare.net/frezzy18/introduction-to-the-social-dimension-of-education-gamilla-vinson-
sabelo?qi...
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Introduction to Social Dimension

  1. 1. Let’s divide the class into 3 groups Fall in line You need to arrange yourselves in accordance to what your facilitator says
  2. 2. For Example According to the length of your hair The person who has the shortest hair will go to the front while the person who has the longest hair will go to the back The quickest group who WILL finish arranging themselves will get a corresponding point BEST OF THREE
  3. 3. Introduction to Social Dimension of Education
  4. 4. Sociological Theory •Theories guide research and policy formulation in the sociology of education •They also provide logical explanations for why things happen the way they do. •Theories help sociologist understand educational systems •Educational theories change over time and (cultural) space.
  5. 5. Sociology of Education • The sociology of education is the study of how social institutions and individual experiences affects education and its outcome. • It is relatively a new branch and two great sociologist Émile Durkheim and Max Weber were the father of sociology of education. Émile Durkheim's work on moral
  6. 6. Social System •Consist of plurality of individual actors interacting with each other with at least physical or environmental aspect. •Social system copes with the integration of function by controlling its component parts. •Cultural system performs the latency function by providing the norms and values that motivates them for action.
  7. 7. •Society has two faces (Dahrendorf; 1959,1968) •Sociological Theory should be divided into 2 parts. Conflict Theory and Consensus Theory
  8. 8. Sociology • The word Sociology originates from latin prefix :socius, "companion"; and the suffix -ology, "the study of", from Greek lógos, "knowledge" . •Sociology is the systematic study of society. Sociology encompasses all the elements of society is social relation, social stratification, social interaction, culture.
  9. 9. Society •:people in general thought of as living together in organized communities with shared laws, traditions, and values •the people of a particular country, area, time, etc., thought of especially as an organized community
  10. 10. Education Educationis a broad concept, referring to all the experiences in which learners can learn something.
  11. 11. The proponents of consensus and conflict sociological and social theories are:
  12. 12. Karl Marx Emile Durkheim Max Weber
  13. 13. Talcott Parsons Robert MertonLouis Althusser
  14. 14. Ralph Dahrendorf Herbert Mead Herbert Blumer
  15. 15. KarlMarx Marx's class theory rests on the premise that "the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles."
  16. 16. Emile Durkheim Durkheim discusses how modern society is held together by a division of labor that makes individuals dependent upon one another because they specialize in different types of work.
  17. 17. Max Weber An action that a person does not think about cannot be a social action.
  18. 18. References: http://www.slideshare.net/frezzy18/introduction-to-the-social-dimension-of-education-gamilla-vinson- sabelo?qid=0ba058e3-e0ac-4a88-8fec-800feee3c0c5&v=&b=&from_search=5 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sociological_theory https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_theory http://sociology.about.com/od/Sociology101/tp/Major-Sociological-Frameworks.htm https://www.reference.com/world-view/examples-social-systems-94b4451fbf47f34c https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education

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