Sociological Theory & Educational Reality The Sociology of Education in Australia by Alan Barcan

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Subjects:

  • Philosophy of education,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Australia,
  • Educational sociology,
  • Sociology

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Number of Pages411
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ISBN 100868401250
ISBN 109780868401256

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Sociological Theory and Educational Reality provides two separate but intermeshed discussions. the first analyses the development of the sociology of education as an educational theory in Australia, putting this in its international context; the second presents a sociological view of Australian education over the last forty years.

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