社会を交差する不平等:家族、学校と階層<br>Inequality Across Societies : Families, Schools, and Persisting Stratification (Research in Sociology of Education) 〈14〉

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社会を交差する不平等:家族、学校と階層
Inequality Across Societies : Families, Schools, and Persisting Stratification (Research in Sociology of Education) 〈14〉

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Most societies place great faith in the modern school's power to offer children a more prosperous future, from better jobs to wider social opportunities. In turn, political leaders around the world push to expand western forms of schooling, creating more slots for children, from preschool through university levels. Yet despite this remarkable institutional change, are societies becoming equitable, especially for those groups living on the margins of civil society? Why, in too many cases, has schooling failed to deliver on its promise of reducing economic and social disparities? This volume addresses these questions, taking the reader into a variety of nations and cultural settings. With studies from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, the volume illuminates how schools can reduce or reinforce the layered stratification of society, even in nations with non-western traditions. The contributors, diverse in their own origins and viewpoints, advance our understanding of stratification by highlighting how a nation's history, particular institutions, and cultural context shape the school's efficiency as an agent of equity. The chapters move beyond individual conceptions of attainment and distinguish near-universal versus country-specific mechanisms that characterize the interplay between school expansion and inequality. It shows how schools can reduce or reinforce the layered stratification of society, even in nations with non-western traditions.

Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS                                    vii
INTRODUCTION: INEQUALITY ACROSS SOCIETIES
Bruce Fuller and Emily Hannum 1 (6)
GRANDMOTHERS, FORMAL CARE, AND EDUCATIONAL
ADVANTAGE IN CHINA
Susan E. Short and Rongjun Sun 7 (26)
EDUCATIONAL EXPANSION AND INEQUALITY IN KOREA
Hyunjoon Park 33 (26)
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IN
THAILAND
Sara R. Curran, Chang Y. Chung, Wendy Cadge 59 (44)
and Anchalee Varangrat
IN PURSUIT OF COLLEGE QUALITY: MIGRATION
DECISIONS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS IN JAPAN
Hiroshi Ono 103(22)
COMMENTARY: EDUCATIONAL STRATIFICATION IN ASIA
Emily Hannum and Bruce Fuller 125(14)
EGALITARIANISM VERSUS SOCIAL REPRODUCTION:
STRATIFICATION IN EASTERN EUROPE
Raymond Sin-Kwok Wong 139(32)
PARENTS, PARTNERS, AND CREDENTIALS:
SELFEMPLOYMENT MOBILITY IN THE UNITED STATES
AND GERMANY
Patricia A. McManus 171(30)
HEATING UP THE ASPIRATIONS OF ISRAELI ARAB YOUTH
Gad Yair, Nabil Khattab and Aaron Benavot 201(24)
EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS INTO THE EVOLVING LABOUR
MARKET OF WEST AFRICA
Stephen L. Morgan and William R. Morgan 225(22)
UNEVEN INROADS: UNDERSTANDING WOMEN'S STATUS IN
HIGHER EDUCATION
Karen Bradley and Maria Charles 247(28)
COMMENTARY: INEQUALITY AND SCHOOLING AS AN
INSTITUTION
Regina E. Werum and David P. Baker 275(10)
ABOUT THE AUTHORS 285(6)
SUBJECT INDEX 291