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- Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
- Sociology of education
- 16.2 Sociological Perspectives on Education
The sociology of education is the study of how public institutions and individual experiences affect education and its outcomes. It is mostly concerned with the public schooling systems of modern industrial societies, including the expansion of higher , further , adult , and continuing education.
Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
Sociology of education
Chapter Outline. Education as a process and an idea exists within a societal context. Whether formal or informal learning, education is organized in the society by individuals who are members of a particular group, community, states and nation. So, you understand the significance of the society in educational transactions and organizing curricular events. While pursuing your Bachelor of education you must have studied the Philosophical foundations, Psychological foundations and sociological foundations of education.
16.2 Sociological Perspectives on Education
Burbules Nathan Raybeck. The word education is used sometimes to signify the activity, process, or enterprise of educating or being educated and sometimes to signify the discipline or field of study taught in schools of education that concerns itself with this activity, process, or enterprise. As an activity or process, education may be formal or informal, private or public, individual or social, but it always consists in cultivating dispositions abilities, skills, knowledges, beliefs, attitudes, values, and character traits by certain methods. As a discipline, education studies or reflects on the activity or enterprise by asking questions about its aims, methods, effects, forms, history, costs, value, and relations to society. The philosophy of education may be either the philosophy of the process of education or the philosophy of the discipline of education.
Monthly E-magazine Current affairs Digest. Sociology means the study of society on a generalized or abstract level. In an empirical science the generalizations concerning a specified field of inquiry are drawn from facts observed in that field or in closely related fields these generalizations are drawn.