Sociology of Education
Sociology of education covers a wide methodological, theoretical and conceptual terrain. While research in this area is most associated with examinations of schools, inequality, policy and economic development, this scholarship intersects with a variety of research including studies of early child development, parenting, childhood and adolescence, and health. This research cluster will serve to enhance dialogue and networking among sociologists of education in Canada.
This year we are excited to once again be co-organizing a webinar series on Canadian education with the Canadian Association of Sociology of Education (CASE). Be sure to follow us on Twitter, or check back here for webinar announcements and registration information.
To join this cluster, please email Cathlene Hillier
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Conference Sessions - coming soon
Seeking Truth and Reconciliation: Confronting Residential School Denialism (January 25, 2024)
The Sociology of Education and Canadian Association of Sociology of Education have co-sponsored several webinars since 2020.
New webinars are being planned for 2023-2024. Details will be posted once confirmed.
Visit the Resource Hub (Topic - Education; Resource Type - Webinar) for our previous webinars:
- Advocacy, School Engagement, and Adult Education: Exploring Black Motherhood in Ontario
- Challenges and Conflicts in Education Privatization Inside and Outside Canada: Critical Discourse and Policy Analysis
- COVID-19 and Educational Challenges
- COVID-19 and Educational Impacts across Secondary and Higher Education
- Education Law & Policy
- Experiential Learning
- Indigenous Student Voices, the TRC, and Decolonizing our Curricula
- Minority Education
- Post-Secondary Education and Socioeconomic Factors
- The Challenges of Doing Education Research in Canada
- University Confidential: How faculty members engage in sensemaking AND social capital and role conflict among Deans (November 23, 2023)