By Neil Hooley
This ebook investigates specialist perform on the interface of sociology and epistemology for revolutionary academic swap. It means that orthodox sociology and sociology of schooling haven't sufficiently analysed modern academic events due basically to the power of the commercial and academic impression of neoliberalism. In drawing upon key features of the paintings of Dewey, Freire, Bernstein and Bourdieu, a brand new reflexive sociology of data is proposed which could in all likelihood revolutionise public education and emancipate studying. This severe reconceptualisation of curriculum and educating, in addition to the democratic inclusion of all teenagers into constructions of privileged and group wisdom, opens up a brand new epistemological degree within the sociology of schooling worldwide.
In confronting the contradiction among social marginalisation and academic expectancies, Learning on the perform Interface explores new methods to schooling platforms and data construction. half A increases questions relating to wisdom, pedagogy and social justice which are imperative to education and which help values weakened through neoliberalism. those values comprise democracy, fairness, group collaboration and deference in the direction of wisdom and tradition no longer depending on wealth and standing. half B explores useful matters concerning how wisdom is engaged within the tuition curriculum. This dialogue is going to the center of learning on the perform interface and indicates that the loss of epistemological ideas in line with sociological description has created critical estrangement from institution wisdom for big numbers of scholars. half C discusses a serious view of data relating to examine, instructing and studying and the schooling occupation regularly. the necessity for a brand new reflexive sociology of data is proposed to lead academic discussion and motion such that connections may be made among innovative sociology and epistemology within the pursuits of all children.
This e-book may be of curiosity to teachers and researchers within the Sociology of schooling, instructor schooling, and schooling Reform.