Sociology 201 Chapter 8 Education
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Intended and recognized consequences
unintended and often hidden consequences
A child prepared by education for a burequcratic adult world.
Cultural skills and knowledge passed on to youth by their parents and through their social and economic position.
Investments in social relationships and networks disturbed unequally by social class.
designation of academic courses for students based on presumed aptitude.
The risk of confirming in oneself a characteristic that is a negative stereotype.