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ERIC Number: EJ407825
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1990
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Education in the South, 1910: A Debate. Institutions and Interests: A Critical Comment on Walters, McCammon, and James.
Ramirez, Francisco O.
Sociology of Education, v63 n2 p142-44 Apr 1990
Critiques Pamela Walters, David James, and Holly McCammons's research based on a class impositional thesis. Challenges the view that an antiliberal regime resulted in less schooling. Claims race-specific school enrollments were affected by a plantation economy. Argues that, when it is in the interest of the dominant class to extend schooling to the subordinate class, they do so. (NL)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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Note: For related document, see S0 520 511.