Education under Siege: The Conservative, Liberal and Radical Debate over Schooling

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Index

a
Accommodating intellectuals, 39
Adams, James Truslow, 187
Adorno, Theodor, 13 , 119-22 ;
on domination of nature, 14 ;
on positivism, 130
Affirmative action, 62
Alternative education movement, 57-60 , 63 , 98
Althusser, Louis, 75-78 , 88 , 127
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) , 175
American Economic Association, 25
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 175
Anyon, Jean, 150 , 152-53
Apple, Michael, 28 , 87-88 ;
on curriculum materials, 149-50 ;
on funding for educational research, 92-93
Aronowitz, Stanley, 58
Artificial intelligence, 17 , 18
Attendance:
in colleges and universities, 170 ;
in schools, absences and, 202 ;
in schools, involuntary, 95 ;
in schools, labor market and, 188-89
Authority, 61 , 167-68
Automation, 189 .
See also Technology

b
Back-to-basics movement, 63
Bates, Richard, 27
Baudelot, Christian, 77-78
Behaviorism, 26
Benjamin, W., 125 , 126
Blacks, 129 ;
academic choices of, 173-74 ;
language of, 60 ;
open admissions for, 170 ;
unemployment among, 186 .
See also Minorities Bloch, Ernst, 125 , 126 , 218
Bourdieu, Pierre, 79-87 , 147 , 168 ;
on cultural capital, 163
Bowker, William, 3
Bowles, Samuel, 74-76 , 78 , 146
Brain, 17-18
Braverman, Harry, 15 , 124227
Brenkman, Jean Lind-, 150 , 151
Brodsky, Joseph, 215
Business, 197 , 209
Buswell, Carol, 149

c
California State University, 175
Capitalism:
in correspondence theory, 74-75 ;
social reproduction of, 69-70 ;
state and, 88-92
Career days, 192
Carlson, Dennis, 153
Carnegie Foundation, 170 , 172 , 199
Casteen, John, 200
Chicago school system, 29
City University of New York, 3
Civil society, Gramsci on, 89
Class:
absent from new public philosophy, 203 ;
Baudelot and Establet on, 77 ;
Bourdieu on, 80-87 ;
classroom social relations and, 152-53 ;
hegemony by, Gramsci on, 88 ;
intellectuals outside of, Mannheim on, 38 ;
knowledge based in culture of, 108 ;
in Marxist theory, 117-22 ;
polarization of, 187 ;
in reconstructed Marxist theory, 123-26 ;
in reproduction theory, 146 ;
school culture and, 139 ;
social reproduction of, 70 ;
state power and , 90-91
Class consciousness, Lukacs on, 119
Classroom social relations, 152-54
Cohen, Jean, 114n
Colleges and universities:
conservative attacks on, 172-73 ;
crisis in, 163 , 179-82 ;
dissidents and Marxists at, 177-78 ;
economic crisis and, 174-75 ;
end of affirmative action and open admissions in, 62 ;
faculty tenure and recruitment at, 176-79 ;
hierarchy in, 165 ;
increased and changed enrollments at, 170-71 ;
literacy of students entering, 48 ;

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