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Resisting Charters: A Comparative Policy Development Analysis of Washington and Kentucky, 2002-2012
von Johnston, Joseph B
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 4, 223 p.

...Over the past two decades, most states have adopted laws enabling charter schools, as charter advocates successfully presented charters as the solution to core problems in urban public education. Yet ...

Falling Behind? Children's Early Grade Retention after Paternal Incarceration
von Turney, Kristin; Haskins, Anna R
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 4, 241 p.

...A growing literature documents the myriad penalties for children of incarcerated fathers, but relatively little is known about how paternal incarceration contributes to educational outcomes in early a...

The High School Environment and the Gender Gap in Science and Engineering
von Legewie, Joscha; DiPrete, Thomas A
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 4, 259 p.

...Despite the striking reversal of the gender gap in education, women pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees at much lower rates than those of their male peers. This stu...

Creating Cultural Consumers: The Dynamics of Cultural Capital Acquisition
von Kisida, Brian; Greene, Jay P; Bowen, Daniel H
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 4, 281 p.

...The theories of cultural reproduction and cultural mobility have largely shaped the study of the effects of cultural capital on academic outcomes. Missing in this debate has been a rigorous examinatio...

'Once You Go to a White School, You Kind of Adapt': Black Adolescents and the Racial Classification of Schools
von Ispa-Landa, Simone; Conwell, Jordan
In: Sociology of Education, 88 (2015), 1, 1 p.

...Studies of when youth classify academic achievement in racial terms have focused on the racial classification of behaviors and individuals. However, institutions -- including schools -- may also be ra...

Religion as Bridging or Bonding Social Capital: Race, Religion, and Cross-racial Interaction for College Students
von Park, Julie J; Bowman, Nicholas A
In: Sociology of Education, 88 (2015), 1, 20 p.

...Religion is the most segregated arena of American life, but its effect on collegiate diversity outcomes has been overlooked, despite the significance of both race and religion in many students' lives....

Student Neighborhoods, Schools, and Test Score Growth: Evidence from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
von Carlson, Deven; Cowen, Joshua M
In: Sociology of Education, 88 (2015), 1, 38 p.

...Schools and neighborhoods are thought to be two of the most important contextual influences on student academic outcomes. Drawing on a unique data set that permits simultaneous estimation of neighborh...

Do Differences in School Quality Matter More Than We Thought? New Evidence on Educational Opportunity in the Twenty-first Century
von Jennings, Jennifer L; Deming, David; Jencks, Christopher; Lopuch, Maya; Schueler, Beth E
In: Sociology of Education, 88 (2015), 1, 56 p.

...Do schools reduce or perpetuate inequality by race and family income? Most studies conclude that schools play only a small role in explaining socioeconomic and racial disparities in educational outcom...

Innovative Education? A Test of Specialist Mimicry or Generalist Assimilation in Trends in Charter School Specialization Over Time
von Renzulli, Linda A; Barr, Ashley B; Paino, Maria
In: Sociology of Education, 88 (2015), 1, 83 p.

...By most media accounts, charter schools are innovative schools. But little empirical work interrogates this idea. We examine the growth and decline of specialist charter school mission statements as o...

Threat in Context: School Moderation of the Impact of Social Identity Threat on Racial/Ethnic Achievement Gaps
von Hanselman, Paul; Bruch, Sarah K; Gamoran, Adam; Borman, Geoffrey D
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 2, p. 106-124

...Schools with very few and relatively low-performing marginalized students may be most likely to trigger social identity threats (including stereotype threats) that contribute to racial disparities. We...

Measure for Measure: How Proficiency-based Accountability Systems Affect Inequality in Academic Achievement
von Jennings, Jennifer; Sohn, Heeju
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 2, p. 125-141

...How do proficiency-based accountability systems affect inequality in academic achievement? This article reconciles mixed findings in the literature by demonstrating that three factors jointly determin...

Compensatory Advantage as a Mechanism of Educational Inequality: A Regression Discontinuity Based on Month of Birth
von Bernardi, Fabrizio
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 2, p. 74-88

...Compensatory advantage is a mechanism of social stratification that complements cumulative advantage and path dependence. In this article, I first discuss the theoretical foundations of the compensato...

Exposure to Local Homicides and Early Educational Achievement in Mexico
von Caudillo, Monica L; Torche, Florencia
In: Sociology of Education, 87 (2014), 2, p. 89-105

...We investigate the effect of children's exposure to local violence on grade failure in Mexico. We construct an annual panel of all elementary schools from 1990 to 2010 and merge municipality-level hom...

The Light Bulb Test
von Brint, Steven
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 289-293

...This article presents the author's vision of the sociology of education comes out of identification with the aspirations of the nineteenth century founders of sociology. For this founding generation, ...

The Collective Mind: A Reassessment
von Bills, David B.
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, 272 p.

...Comments on an article, The 'Collective Mind' at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S. Sociology of Education by Steven Brint (2009). Brint offered a lucid and empirically informed appraisal of American ...

The "collective mind" at work: A decade in the life of U.S. sociology of education
von Brint, Steven
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 273-279

...This article presents a shortened version of a plenary lecture by Steven Brint presented at the inaugural meeting of the Portuguese Sociology of Education Society in Lisbon, held on January 23, 2009. ...

What Shapes the "Collective Mind"? A Response to Brint
von Warren, John Robert
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 280-281

...Comments on an article by Steven Brint, "The Collective Mind at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S. Sociology of Education." Brint's notes on the "Collective Mind" of sociologists of education in the U...

Sociology of Education's Cultural, Organizational, and Societal Turn
von Binder, Amy J.
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 282-283

...Comments on an article by Steven Brint, "The "Collective Mind" at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S. Sociology of Education". The purview of contemporary American sociology of education and the author...

Integrating comparative and theoretical sociology of education: A reflection on "the 'collective mind' at work: A decade in the life of U.S. sociology of education" by Steven Brint
von Park, Hyunjoon
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 284-285

...Comments on an article by Steven Brint, "The Collective Mind at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S. Sociology of Education." As Brint correctly diagnoses, U.S. sociology of education has been largely a...

Altered States of the Collective Mind: A Response to Brint
von Bills, David B.; DeLuca, Stefanie; Morgan, Stephen L.
In: Sociology of Education, 86 (2013), 4, p. 286-288

...Comments on an article by Steven Brint, "The "Collective Mind" at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S. Sociology of Education." Brint's challenge is perhaps less to editors of Sociology of Education to ...

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