We can see these subject matters crystal clear as sociology ranges from crime to religion, from the family to the state, from the divisions of race and social class to the shared beliefs of a common culture and from social stability to radical change in whole societies. Sociology of education is one of the specialized areas in sociology. The sociology of education has been important part of development of the discipline of sociology. In the context of sociology of education it can be define as the study of how public institutions and individual experiences affect education and its outcome. The word education itself proved that the aim of it is “to teach us how to think than what to think.” Sociology of education enable us to think critically about human social life and to keep asking questions concerning the sociological problems in education and understanding related concepts such as functions, progress, problems and the importance of good interaction between society and education systems.
(Bourdieu, 1985 cited in Reay, D., 2000). One form of capital can be linked into another such as, economical capital can be converted into cultural capital and cultural capital can be linked into social capital. (Bourdieu, 1986 cited in Reay, D., 2000). I will explore these capitals concentrating particularly on cultural and economic capital in terms of education and the impact they have on the experiences of young people in the second level school system. Cultural/Social/Economic Capital: The choices and transitions into second level education are governed by many things such as, social backgrounds, family experiences, financial abilities and parental control.
Curriculum is the foundation of the teaching - learning process. The development of programs of study, learning and teaching resources, lesson plans and assessment of students, and even teacher education are all based on curriculum. Curriculum and curriculum development at first glance appear to be of chief concern to educators, governments and parents, and both have relevance and impact on the development of communities and prosperity. The process of curriculum development in India lies between the two extremes of centralization and decentralization. From time to time, the national government formulates the National Policy on Education which includes broad guidelines regarding content and process of education at different stages.
For a country like ours, the issues such as equity in the distribution of income or wealth among the different regions or social groups, equitable access to different public services in the areas of education, health, physical infrastructure, power, and communication are of utmost important. That is the reason why, measuring poverty, inequality, regional disparity is deriving greater interest among the thinkers working on development and disparity. The present paper mainly concentrates on the concept and measurement of poverty in terms of income as well as non-income dimensions/deprivations such as education, health, standard of living and income inequality.
They tend to be complex because the concept of community, like many social science concepts, is a slippery, intricate, and multifaceted summary concept covering a range of social phenomena (Cohen 1985). The author also urges that the community is ‘ the arena in which people acquire their most fundamental and most substantial experience of social life outside the confines of the home also community can mean where one learns and continues to practice how to be social (p15).. HISTORY OF COMMUNITY PRACTICE THEORY Literature reviews that the history of community practice theory is based on its models which are the social planning model, social action model as well as locality model. A model is a generalisation of thing which is happening in a practice (Payne 1997:35) A model represent an origin always from an angle, is inacceptable size simplifying, due to gain enclosed and compact form (Gojova 2006:69) . Community theory explains what a community is and how a community functions. They tend to be complex because the concept of community, like many social science concepts, is a slippery, intricate, and multifaceted summary concept covering a range of social phenomena (Cohen
Schools in all societies were purposely created as a challenge to preserve the contents and practical social, political and economic heritage of society. We can tell education from a broad perspective as being a process of socialization into the norms and values of the society into which one is placed. On the other hand we can look at education from the rather narrow sense of what happens in the school. But essentially as Lonbay (1992) 93has pointed out education includes learning and to assure the right to education the individual must be granted access to realizing this right. It can be said that a right to education is often stated in terms of being a civil and political right rather than a social right It also has to be recognized that the right education is already enshrined in the Algerian Constitution and therefore many would say that it has already being provided for
Schmid (May 8th, 2013) claims that “The move from the industrial era into a knowledge/concept-based economy has shifted dependence on physical labor into a need for innovation, problem-solving and adaptability. In this modern world it is essential for all the workers to have at least a basic knowledge of education. At this time, education has turn out to be a minimum necessity in securing a work, in most of the companies. Education acts as the input to a booming future to those who are taking is serious. It provides a monetary security and helps an individual construct an outstanding status.
Introduction Technology plays an important in our modern life. So, my research topic is about the advantages and disadvantages of technology in our life. Technology is defined as a science that means a study of a whole range of industries, arts and crafts and all rerated means and materials. First, I will tell you the importance of technology in general. Secondary, I will tell you the importance of technology in education.
As human well-being and community welfare encompass many factors and sectors of people and their society, development requires multidisciplinary approaches in the analyses. As defined by Allen (2000), development is a multidisciplinary, social science branch which accentuates issues concerning to developing countries. Development involves historical analyses of particular societies and places, including the discussion on various issues related to social, culture, politics, technology, and economic aspects of development. The discourse covers the development analysis in the developing and the developed countries. However, most of the development planners put their emphasis more on economic development as elaborated by Leys (2005).
Now that career interventions and plannings are being reviewed due to changes in our country's education system, this study will investigate its effectivity in affecting one's career decision making and maturity towards the world of work, especially now that it is also in transition with the K-12 curriculum. Conceptual Framework Counselors are considered social workers as they help and impart change in a person to become a better version of himself. In line with this, the study will be using Hare’s Person-in-Environment approach which is a central concept in social work worldwide (Hare, 2004). This approach sees the individual and his community as a dynamic, interactive system, in which every aspect influences and is influenced by the other (Hare, 2004). Moreover, this also sees interventions as a useful and continuous tool in helping an individual achieve social development that at first must start with himself.