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eBook Language, Schools and Classrooms (Contemporary Sociology of the School) ePub

by Michael Stubbs

  • ISBN: 0416316107
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Michael Stubbs
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd (September 9, 1976)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1243 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1410 kb
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0416316107 (ISBN13: 9780416316100).

0416316107 (ISBN13: 9780416316100).

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In this book Michael Stubbs explores one of the most promising new directions in contemporary linguistics-the study of many sentences and how they fit together to form discourse. University of Chicago Press, 15 сент. Linguistics has traditionally concentrated on studying single sentences or isolated speech acts. In this book Michael Stubbs explores one of the most promising new directions in contemporary linguistics-the study of many sentences and how they fit together to form discourse.

Since the schools were predominantly male preserves, the major part of the book describes the social world and .

Since the schools were predominantly male preserves, the major part of the book describes the social world and experiences of boys and school-masters. An important section of the book, however, discusses the introduction of girl pupils, the experiences of female teachers and the way schoolmasters? wives tend to be drawn into their husbands? work.

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students are nested in classrooms, and classrooms in schools, and schools within other boundaries . The implications of the above for policy studies in the sociology of education relate to five.

students are nested in classrooms, and classrooms in schools, and schools within other boundaries, such as school districts or countries, there was recognition of the possibility of what was called. contextual effects, but there were no efficient methods through which these effects could be. studied. 5) key areas: articulation between national and international policy, the nation state versus the free-.