The Sociology of Education
Edited by Stephen J. Ball
Introduction by Stephen J. Ball
Routledge – 2000 – 2,416 pages
This outstanding collection contains 100 papers drawn from the broad range of contemporary writing on the sociology of education. Major trends and developments from the 1970s through to the 1990s are represented. The following four volumes offer a comprehensive introduction to, and overview of, the field:
* Theories and Methods
* Inequalities and Oppressions
* Institutions and Processes
* Politics and Policies.
Covering the key points of dispute and areas of controversy within the sociology of education these volumes include papers from many of the leading writers in the field. Presented together, the papers constitute a sophisticated and versatile toolbox of ideas for theory-building and research.
Volume I: Theories and Methods
Volume II: Inequalities and Oppressions
Volume III: Institutions and Processes
Volume IV: Politics and Policies