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Palgrave Macmillan Contemporary Debates in the Sociology of Education Book
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  • Age group and grades: 15+ years
  • Language: English
  • Title: Contemporary Debates in the Sociology of Education
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Palgrave Macmillan "Contemporary Debates in the Sociology of Education" Book explicates importance of contemporary debates education in society.

Palgrave Macmillan "Contemporary Debates in the Sociology of Education" Book by Rachel Brooks describes globalization and sociology of education policy. Book depicts range of empirical and theoretical issues related to education.

  • Age group and grades: 15+ years
  • Language: English
  • Title: Contemporary Debates in the Sociology of Education
  • Genre: Education/higher
  • Publication date: 07/31/2013
  • Editor/author: Kalwant Bhopal, Mark McCormack, Rachel Brooks
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of pages: 256
  • Size: 8.6"(H) x 5.6"(W) x 1"(D)
  • Subject: Higher education, educational policy and reform, organizations and institutions, sociology, general education, higher education
  • Volume brings together some of the most prominent sociologists working in education today to address a wide range of empirical and theoretical issues
  • Book foregrounds cutting-edge research that highlights both the diversity and complexity of understanding education in society
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Author Name Kalwant Bhopal, Mark McCormack, Rachel Brooks
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