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The perception of education from a sociological perspective





This paper intends to discuss the knowledge of the main classical and neoclassical theorists of the sociology of education through the review of Marx’s ideas and E. Durkheim, K. Mannheim and T. Parsons. It is clear, in this reflexive trilogy, a great convergence of ideas that can be considered complementary in educational practice, as expressed, in general, the analysis of institutions and education organizations, but this analysis only get sense when linked to relations functional between education and other institutional orders of society, such as economics, religion, politics and family. Therefore, for this reason, in the information and communication society the school is required to revisit its relations with other non-formal education approaches to articulate and integrate them and lead the process of socialization of knowledge aimed at training better prepared citizens and qualified to meet the new social demands.

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