Working Class Without Work: High School Students in a de-Industrializing Economy

Working Class Without Work High School Students in a de Industrializing Economy First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis an informa company
  • Title: Working Class Without Work: High School Students in a de-Industrializing Economy
  • Author: Lois Weis
  • ISBN: 9780415902342
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • Working Class Without Work: High School Students in a de-Industrializing Economy
    First Published in 1990 Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis, an informa company.
    Working Class Without Work: High School Students in a de-Industrializing Economy By Lois Weis,
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    About " Lois Weis "

  • Lois Weis

    Dr Weis is author, co author or editor of numerous books and articles that focus on race, class and gender in American schools.Dr Weis is Past President of the American Educational Studies Association and is on the editorial boards of several journals, including Educational Policy, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education and Review of Educational Research.Dr Weis was awarded the rank of SUNY Distinguished Professor, the highest faculty rank in the State University of New York system The award recognizes full professors of national or international prominence for outstanding achievement in research and scholarship In addition, Weis and co author Michelle Fine received the 2006 Critic Choice Award from the American Educational Studies Association for their book, Beyond Silenced Voices Class, Race, and Gender in United States School.

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  • Many of the books I read related to the sociology of education are basically concerned with how schools help to reproduce the class and social structures that exist in society Recently I ve become interested in the work of Jean Anyon, particularly where she went into schools and noted the various ways they differed according to the social class of the kids who were attending The working class kids were given work that was effectively meaningless to them, but that had to be learnt rote fashion an [...]



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