5 edition of The Social Organization Of Schooling found in the catalog.
May 30, 2005
by Russell Sage Foundation Publications
Written in English
|Contributions||Larry V. Hedges (Editor), Barbara Schneider (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
The Social Organization is an essential book for all professionals needing to develop the social capital of their organizations for improved performance. About the authors. Jon Ingham. Jon Ingham is a consultant, researcher, writer and speaker on strategic people management with a particular focus on social capital. He works with HR departments. Elements. Social organizations happen in everyday life. Many people belong to various social structures—institutional and informal. These include clubs, professional organizations, and religious institutions. To have a sense of identity with the social organization, being closer to one another helps build a sense of community. While organizations link many like-minded people, it can also.
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"Sociology of Organizations: Structures and Relationships is a timely and unique book. It is timely given the growing interest in sociology in the field of management and organization studies -- sparked not only by the continued success of sociologically inspired schools of thought (e.g., contingency theory and new institutionalism) but also by the rapid growth of critical management studies. The School as a Social Organization IN attempting better to under stand the behavior of teachers and edu cational administrators, it is helpful to employ certain sociological concepts. The school is basically a social organiza tion characterized by structure and by norms. Structure refers to the relative.
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The Social Organization of Schooling closely examines the varied components that make up a school's social environment. Contributors Adam Gamoran, Ramona Gunter, and Tona Williams focus on the social organization of teaching.
Book Description: Schools are complex social settings where students, teachers, administrators, and parents interact to shape a child's educational experience. Any effort to improve educational outcomes for America's children requires a dynamic understanding of the environments in which children learn.
In The Social Organization of Schooling, editors Larry Hedges and Barbara Schneider assemble researchers from the fields of education, organizational theory, and sociology. In this Book. Schools are complex social settings where students, teachers, administrators, and parents interact to shape a child’s educational experience.
Any effort to improve educational outcomes for America’s children requires a dynamic understanding of the environments in which children learn. In The Social Organization of Schooling, editors Larry Hedges and Barbara Schneider assemble researchers from the fields of education, organizational theory, and sociology.
"Employing a variety of analytical methods, The Social Organization of Schooling provides a sound understanding of the social mechanisms at work in our educational system.
This volume brings a fresh perspective to the many ongoing debates in education policy and is essential reading for anyone concerned with the future of America's children."--Jacket. About this book This volume addresses key issues in the sociology of education concerning how schools are organized for instruction and what processes link school organization and instruction to educa tional achievement.
The Social Organization of Schooling closely examines the varied components that make up a school’s social environment. Contributors Adam Gamoran, Ramona Gunter, and Tona Williams focus on the social organization of teaching. School organization, curricular structure, and the distribution and effects of instruction for tenth-grade science / Robert A.
Petrin ; Subgroups as meso-level entities in the social organization of schools / Kenneth A. Frank and Yong Zhao ; PART 4: change in social organizations. The Social Organization by Gartner analysts Anthony Bradley and Mark McDonald is a groundbreaking business book that's a must-read for any executive--not just marketing types.
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The book addresses the urgent need for companies to move their focus from developing individuals to developing networks and relationships between employees. THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF WORK, Fifth Edition, follows a simple structure and uses clear writing to present the material you need in an easily accessible format.
This text discusses the most current and hotly debated issues, from the technology revolution to women's issues to the globalization of today's workforce/5(2). Summary: "Employing a variety of analytical methods, The Social Organization of Schooling provides a sound understanding of the social mechanisms at work in our educational system.
"The Social Organization of Schooling" closely examines the varied components that make up a school's social environment. Contributors Adam Gamoran, Ramona Gunter, and Tona Williams focus on the social organization of teaching.
Teachers College Press, - Education - pages 0 Reviews Social organization varies greatly from school to school, and this variation fosters different, though equally valid, conceptions of. The aim of this book is to present, in a systematic manner, the most recent theoretical formulations on school organization and schooling processes.
Much of the previous research in sociology of education has been empirical and atheoretical; few major theoretical analyses of educational issues can be found in the by: The Social Organization of Schooling.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 5. The school is not only a place or institution students go to learn and the work place of teachers and non-teaching staff.
It must be emphasized that the school is a community and also part of the larger society. It is also a system of interconnected activities. The school possesses all the characteristics of a social organization. Experts in this area present theoretical and empirical research on major educational issues and analyze the social processes that govern schooling, as well as the role of schools in and their impact on contemporary society.
The book is a major reference work for social scientists, graduate students, and educators who want an overview of the field. This important book seeks to explore some of the underlying practises and assumptions that go to produce and sustain both such sets of activities.
As a result of its concerns with the social organization of knowledge at all levels, the sociology of education has become a central form of much contemporary sociological theory. Experts in sociology of education, and many other interested people, view the school as a social organization as a pertinent source of sociological issues, particularly in view of the fact that the school has been given the sole task of educating or socializing children in order to make them responsible members o f the society.
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This second edition of The Structure of Schooling: Readings in the Sociology of Education draws from classic and contemporary scholarship to examine current issues and diverse theoretical approaches to studying the effects of schooling on individuals and society.
This engaging reader exposes students to examples of sociological research on schools with a focus on the school .