Causes and Consequences of Higher Edueation: Models of the Status Attainment Process

@inproceedings{Sewell1972CausesAC,
  title={Causes and Consequences of Higher Edueation: Models of the Status Attainment Process},
  author={Jr. William H. Sewell and Robert Mason Hauser},
  year={1972}
}
OCIOLOGISTS' interest in education dates back to the earliest days of the discipline. Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Lester F. Ward, Emile Durkheim, Charles H. Cooley, Edward A. Ross-to mention only a few-were writing on the sociological aspects of education more than a half century ago. Although their interests were more in education as a basic institution for melioration and for passing on the social and cultural heritage from generation to generation, they were not unaware of some of the… CONTINUE READING

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