By Jean Pierre Serre
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BULLOCK, R. S. (1970), A Manual to the Sociology of the School, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. YOUNG, M. ) (1971), Knowledge and Control, Collier-Macmillan. King for the above form of presentation. 3 Note 2 The reader will have noted that the distinction between means and ends is used for the allocation of families and pupils to different positions in the classification schemes, but that only ends are used for or the allocation of pupils to roles within their family. This has been done to reduce the complexity of the analysis.
We might also consider the relationships between teachers in one role position teaching pupils in another. Simply for purposes of illustration, we could consider the following: Clearly, a large number of permutations are possible, and there is no space in this short paper to discuss the outcomes of discrepancies between teacher’s and pupil’s roles, and discrepancies between pupil’s roles and their family roles. I have tried to use the same conceptual framework for families, pupils and teachers and to show the dynamics of their interrelationships.
This is quite likely, but not necessarily, to be a middle-class family. Let us take position 2. This refers to the family which understands the means whereby these two orders are transmitted, but it does not accept the ends. It does not accept, for example, the examination structure, or the necessity of the linkage between education and occupation, or the image of conduct, character and manner. It may hold a different concept of learning, and it may not accept, say, the grammar school concept of appropriate conduct.
Corps locaux by Jean Pierre Serre