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Education and society by carrie


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Education and society by carrie

  1. 1. EDUCATION & SOCIETY Foundation of Education
  2. 2. ACTIVITY: pass the curse
  3. 3. SOCIETY
  4. 4. SOCIETY  Denotes the totality of social organization and its complex network of social relationships or social interaction.  The term "society" came from the Latin word societas, which in turn was derived from the noun socius ("comrade, friend, ally"; adjectival form socialis) used to describe a bond or interaction between parties that are friendly, or at least civil.
  5. 5. EDUCATION  is seen as a means of cultural transmission from one generation to another in any given society.
  6. 6. Conflict/Functionalist Theories KARL MARX EMILE DURKHEIM
  7. 7. Functionalists  Assume that consensus is the normal state in society and conflict represents a breakdown of shared values  Educational reform is to create structures, programs and curricula that are technically advanced, rational, and encourage social unity
  8. 8. Theoretical Perspectives  Functional Theories…stresses the interdependence of the social system, how well the parts are integrated with each other  Emile Durkheim…education in all societies of critical importance in creating moral unity, social cohesion, and harmony…moral values are the foundation of society
  9. 9. Conflict Theories  Whereas functionalists emphasize cohesion, conflict theorists emphasize struggle in explaining social order  Karl Marx the intellectual founder of conflict theories
  10. 10. Conflict Theories  Social order is based on the ability of dominant groups imposing their will on subordinate groups through force, cooptation, and manipulation  The glue of society is economic, political, cultural, and military power
  11. 11.  societies try to evolve education systems and policies that would meet the needs, beliefs, attitudes and the aspirations of their people
  12. 12. References:  Ottaway, A.K.C. (1980) .Education and Society An Introduction to the  Sociology of Education. New York: The Humanities Press.  Semel, Susan. (Ed.). (2010). Foundations of education:  The essential texts. NY: Routledge  Uche, U. (2001). A Sociology of Education of NCE Students. London: George
  13. 13. “Education is simply the soul of a society as It passes from one generation to another.” – Gilbert Chesterton