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Contents List of Contributors xxi List of Figures xxiv List of Tables xxvi Introduction: The Prospects for Education: Individualization, Globalization, and Social Change 1 HUGH LAUDER, PHILLIP BROWN, JO-ANNE DILLABOUGH, AND A. H. HALSEY Part OneClassic Texts 1 Capitalism, the Global Reach 73 KARL MARX and FRIEDRICH ENGELS 2 Education: Its Nature and Its Role 76 ÉMILE DURKHEIM 3 The 'Rationalization' of Education and Training 88 MAX WEBER 4 The Democratic Conception in Education 91 JOHN DEWEY Part TwoContemporary Theories of Social Change Introduction 101 5 The Forms of Capital 105 PIERRE BOURDIEU 6 Thoughts on the Trivium and Quadrivium: The Divorce of Knowledge from the Knower 119 BASIL BERNSTEIN 7 The Means of Correct Training 124 MICHEL FOUCAULT 8 Orientalism Now 138 EDWARD SAID 9 Beyond Status and Class?; 143 ULRICH BECK and ELISABETH BECK-GERNSHEIM 10 Multiculturalism and Gendered Citizenship 152 SEYLA BENHABIB 11 Feminist Politics and Democratic Values in Education 161 MADELEINE ARNOT and JO-ANNE DILLABOUGH 12 Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy 179 ARUN APPADURAI Part ThreeEducation, Globalization, and the Nation-State Introduction 189 13 Education, Globalization, and the Nation State 192 ANDY GREEN 14 Governmentality and the Sociology of Education: Media, Educational Policy, and the Politics of Resentment 198 CAMERON MCCARTHY and GREG DIMITRIADIS 15 Localization/Globalization and the Midwife State: Strategic Dilemmas for State Feminism in Education?; 212 JILL BLACKMORE 16 GATS and the Educational Service Industry: The Politics of Scale and Global Reterritorialization 228 SUSAN L. ROBERTSON, XAVIER BONAL, and ROGER DALE 17 Globalization and the Changing Nature of the OECD's Educational Work 247 FAZAL RIZVI and BOB LINGARD 18 Neoliberalism, Globalization, Democracy: Challenges for Education 261 MARK OLSSEN Part FourEducation, Knowledge, and the Global Labour Market Introduction 289 19 The Age of Human Capital 292 GARY S. BECKER 20 The Globalization of Rhetoric and Practice: The Education Gospel and Vocationalism 295 W. NORTON GRUBB and MARVIN LAZERSON 21 Why the Rich are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer 308 ROBERT B. REICH 22 The Myth of the Magnet Economy 317 PHILLIP BROWN and HUGH LAUDER 23 Producing Hi-Tech: Globalization, the State and Migrant Subjects 341 SANGEETA KAMAT, ALI MIR, and BIJU MATHEW 24 What is Distinctive About the Knowledge Economy?; Implications for Education 355 DAVID GUILE Part FiveThe Family, Opportunity and Social Mobility Introduction 367 25 The New Family and Flexible Work 371 MARTIN CARNOY 26 The Opportunity Trap 381 PHILLIP BROWN 27 Social Inheritance and Equal Opportunity Policies 398 GOSTA ESPING-ANDERSEN 28 Social Class and Cognitive Development in Childhood in the UK 409 LEON FEINSTEIN 29 Signals of Success: Decoding the Sociological Meaning of Associations between Childhood Abilities and Adult Educational Achievement 420 ROY NASH and RICHARD K. HARKER 30'Fitting in' and 'Joining in': Social Relations and Social Integration 435 TESS RIDGE 31 Education and the Middle Class: A Complex but Crucial Case for the Sociology of Education 446 SALLY POWER and GEOFF WHITTY 32 From Social Ties to Social Capital: Class Differences in the Relations Between Schools and Parent Networks 454 ERIN MCNAMARA HORVAT, ELLIOT B. WEININGER, and ANNETTE LAREAU 33 Producing Inequalities: Neo-Liberalism, Neo-Conservatism, and the Politics of Educational Reform 468 MICHAEL W. APPLE 34 The Politics of Bilingualism: A Reproduction Analysis of the Policy of Mother Tongue Education in Hong Kong after 1997 490 PAK-SANG LAI and MICHAEL BYRAM Part SixPower, Culture, and the Politics of Identity Introduction 35 Foot Soldiers of Modernity: The Dialectics of Cultural Consumption and the Twenty-First Century School 506 PAUL WILLIS 36 Pedagogies that Bite/Byte Back 524 JANE KENWAY and ELIZABETH BULLEN 37 Democracy, Education, and Multiculturalism: Dilemmas of Citizenship in a Global World 537 CARLOS ALBERTO TORRES 38 Colonizing Knowledges 557 LINDA TUHIWAI SMITH 39 Toward a Critical Race Theory of Education 570 GLORIA LADSON-BILLINGS and WILLIAM F. TATE IV 40 Be Yourself: Class, Race, Gender, and Sexuality in South African Schoolchildren's Accounts of Social Relations 586 ELAINE UNTERHALTER, DEBBIE EPSTEIN, ROBERT MORRELL, and RELEBOHILE MOLETSANE 41 Sexualities and Resistance: Queer(y)ing Identity and Discourse in Education 596 ELIZABETH ATKINSON 42'There is Something about Julia': Symptoms, Categories, and the Process of Invoking ADHD in the Swedish School: A Case Study 602 EVA HJöRNE and RöGER SÄLJö Part SevenChanging Education and Teachers' Work Introduction 617 43 The Marketplace in Education 620 HENRY M. LEVIN and CLIVE R. BELFIELD 44 The Limits of Managerialist School Reform: The Case of Target-Setting in England and the USA 642 MARTIN THRUPP and DAVID HURSH 45 Schools in Disadvantaged Areas: Low Attainment and a Contextualised Policy Response 654 RUTH LUPTON 46 Four Ages of Professionalism and Professional Learning 673 ANDY HARGREAVES 47 Performativities and Fabrications in the Education Economy: Towards the Performative Society 692 STEPHEN J. BALL 48 Gender Politics and Conceptions of the Modern Teacher: Women, Identity, and Professionalism 702 JO-ANNE DILLABOUGH Part EightCurriculum, Learning, and Assessment Introduction 719 49 Dichotomous Pedagogies and the Promise of Cross-Cultural Comparison 722 ROBIN ALEXANDER 50 Curriculum Studies and the Problem of Knowledge; Updating the Enlightenment?; 734 MICHAEL YOUNG 51 The Structure of Pedagogic Discourse 742 ROB MOORE 52 The Changing Discourse of Assessment Policy: The Case Study of English Primary Education 760 PATRICIA BROADFOOT and ANDREW POLLARD 53 The Framing of Performance Pedagogies: Pupil Perspectives on the Control of School Knowledge and Its Acquisition 766 MADELEINE ARNOT and DIANE REAY 54 Educational Triage and the D-to-C Conversion: Suitable Cases for Treatment? 779 DAVID GILLBORN and DEBORAH YOUDELL 55 The Political Structuration of Assessment: Negotiating State Power and Legitimacy 801 LUIS BENVENISTE 56 Globalizing Empiricism: What, if Anything, Can be Learned from International Comparisons of Educational Achievement?; 824 HARRY TORRANCE 57 How Globalization Can Cause Fundamental Curriculum Change: An American Perspective 835 LEONARD J. WAKS Part NineUniversities, Higher Education, and Lifelong Learning Introduction 851 58 The European University 854 A. H. HALSEY 59 Building an Epistemic Regime 866 CORRYNE MCSHERRY 60 Empowering Participants or Corroding Learning?; Towards a Research Agenda on the Impact of Student Consumerism in Higher Education 875 RAJANI NAIDOO and IAN JAMIESON 61 Educating for Privilege 885 ROBERT PERRUCCI and EARL WYSONG 62 National and Global Competition in Higher Education 893 SIMON MARGINSON 63 Issues in the Expansion of Higher Education in the People's Republic of China 909 HENRY M. LEVIN and ZEYU XU 64 History, Biography and Place in the Learning Society: Towards a Sociology of Life-Long Learning 926 GARETH REES, RALPH FEVRE, JOHN FURLONG, and STEPHEN GORARD 65 Adult Education and Cohesion 936 KJELL RUBENSON Part TenEducation and Development Introduction 947 66 Poverty as Capability Deprivation 949 AMARTYA SEN 67 What Poverty Does to Girls' Education: The Intersection of Class, Gender and Policy in Latin America 966 NELLY P. STROMQUIST 68 Educational Expansion and the Mediation of Discontent: The Cultural Politics of Schooling in the Arab States 980 ANDRÉ ELIAS MAZAWI 69 Transnational Advocacy, Global Civil Society?; Emerging Evidence from the Field of Education 991 KAREN MUNDY and LYNN MURPHY 70 From the Washington to the Post-Washington Consensus: The Influence of International Agendas on Education Policy and Practice in Malawi 1016 PAULINE ROSE 71 Education for Positive Conflict and Interruptive Democracy 1029 LYNN DAVIES Index 0000
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Education -- Political aspects.