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Hogan, David – History of Education Quarterly, 1978
Contends that the increasing level of educational attendance among Chicago's immigrant groups (1880-1930) was the result of accommodation to the wage labor system. All immigrant groups developed a positive attitude toward education to ensure the economic welfare of their children. Considers implications of research in terms of adequately…
Descriptors: Attendance Patterns, Behavior Patterns, Economic Status, Educational Attitudes
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Hogan, David – History of Education Quarterly, 1996
Examines the social and economic pressures exerted on U.S. society by industrialization and a market economy and the concurrent effect on public education. Argues that market forces shaped education as a credentialing process that ensured social stratification. Discusses the present application of this process and its implications for educational…
Descriptors: American Dream, Credentials, Economic Impact, Education Work Relationship
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Hogan, David – History of Education Quarterly, 1989
Argues that social relations, organization, and psychology of today's classroom system are interdependent and suggests that they became important factors in England and the United States through the market and disciplinary revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Examines the educational practices of the English charity school…
Descriptors: Class Organization, Cross Cultural Studies, Discipline Policy, Economic Factors