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  • Author:
    Morris Janowitz
  • ISBN:
    0871544008
  • ISBN13:
    978-0871544001
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    Russell Sage Foundation (December 31, 1969)
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    136 pages
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Institution Building . .

Institution Building .

This book evaluates the models which have guided past and present attempts at educational reform, and proposes a coherent theory for attacking the problems of urban education.

Published by: Russell Sage Foundation. This book evaluates the models which have guided past and present attempts at educational reform, and proposes a coherent theory for attacking the problems of urban education. Dr. Janowitz examines the inner city school as a social system-the physical structure, community setting, people involved, and persistent patterns of behavior. He analyzes the current trend of specialization teaching and recommends instead an "aggregation" model which increases the scope of the individual teacher and restructures the climate of the school. eISBN: 978-1-61044-652-5.

Institution Building in Urban Education. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Janowitz, Morris, ed. 1970. Political Conflict: Essays in Political Sociology. Chicago: Quadrangle Books. Later books by Janowitz include Community Press in an Urban Setting (1967), Institution Building in Urban Education (1969), Political Conflict (1970), On Military Intervention (1971), Military Institutions and Coercion in the Developing Nations (1977), The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America (1978), Military Conflict (1978), Social. Control of the Welfare State (1980), and The Reconstruction of Patriotism (1983). Janowitz, Morris was born on October 22, 1919 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Son of Samuel Louis and Rose (Myers) Janowitz.

Later books by Janowitz include Community Press in an Urban Setting (1967), Institution Building in Urban Education (1969), Political Conflict (1970), On Military Intervention (1971), Military Institutions and Coercion i.

Later books by Janowitz include Community Press in an Urban Setting (1967), Institution Building in Urban Education (1969), Political Conflict (1970), On Military Intervention (1971), Military Institutions and Coercion in the Developing Nations (1977), The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America (1978), Military Conflict (1978), Social. ADD. BIBLIOGRAPHY: G. Suttles and M. Zald, The Challenge of Social Control: Citizenship and Institution Building in Modern Society. Essays in Honor of Morris Janowitz (1986); M. Martin, The Military, Militarism, and the Polity: Essays in Honor of Morris Janowitz (1984).

This book presents a sociological perspective on the issues involved in transferring the institutional structure of inner city schools, and discusses the closing of the gap between sociological analysis and policy, and professional practice and citizen participation

This book presents a sociological perspective on the issues involved in transferring the institutional structure of inner city schools, and discusses the closing of the gap between sociological analysis and policy, and professional practice and citizen participation.

Morris Janowitz (October 22, 1919 – November 7, 1988) was an American sociologist and professor who made major contributions to sociological theory, the study of prejudice, urban issues, and patriotism. He was one of the founders of military sociology and made major contributions, along with Samuel P. Huntington, to the establishment of contemporary civil-military relations

Morris Janowitz taught sociology at the University of Chicago for twenty-six years. His numerous publications include Social Control of the Welfare State and The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America, both published by the University of Chicago Press

Morris Janowitz taught sociology at the University of Chicago for twenty-six years. His numerous publications include Social Control of the Welfare State and The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America, both published by the University of Chicago Press. James Burk is associate professor of sociology at Texas A&M University.

Presents a sociological perspective on the issues involved in transforming the structure of inner city schools. This book evaluates the models which have guided past and present attempts at educational reform, and proposes a coherent theory for attacking the problems of urban education. Dr. Janowitz examines the inner city school as a social system—the physical structure, community setting, people involved, and persistent patterns of behavior. He analyzes the current trend of specialization teaching and recommends instead an "aggregation" model which increases the scope of the individual teacher and restructures the climate of the school.