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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Relationship between Parental Socioeconomic Backgrounds and Students' Academic Achievements|
Department od Education, NTNU
Traditional structural-functionalists tend to view education as a vital means to help the working class move up in terms of social stratification.Nevertheless, the results of recent research have shown that class reproductionis a social phenomenon, the principal factors of which are ruling class ideologies and values embodied in the school curriculum. Schools are, then, among the key institutes contributing to cultural reproduction. Although such a theory has been validated in western countries, some researchers argue that different social contexts may bring about different accomplishments. In lightof these claims, this study is designed to explore the phenomenon of culturalreproduction in Taiwan by examining the relationship between students' family backgrounds and their academic achievements.
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