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Lecture 5

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCA02H3
Professor
Sheldon Ungar
Semester
Fall

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SOCA02- Lecture 5 - class bias of the hidden curriculum focus on intellectual rather than manual work  values of self-discipline, orderliness, cooperation with authority, independence, motivation, symbolic rewards - occupational groups professionalize to elevate their status and eliminate competition - credentialization:  problem for workforce: underemployment affects 2/3 of new graduates - credential inflation:  social benefit: deflated unemployment (20% of Canadians are full-time students) - commercialization of education:  decreased public funding strengthens inequality of access, achievement, and attainment  direct corporate influence on curricula (training and not education) and research (natural and not social/humanistic- critical, applied, and not fundamental)  evaluation of education by criteria of neo-liberal ideology (education is not
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