The Enigmatic Academy: Class, Bureaucracy, and Religion in American Education PDF
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The Enigmatic Academy: Class, Bureaucracy, And Religion In American Education

The Enigmatic Academy is a provocative look at the purpose and practice of education in America. Authors Christian Churchill and Gerald Levy use three case studies—a liberal arts college, a boarding school, and a Job Corps center—to illustrate how class, bureaucratic, and secular-religious dimensions of education prepare youth for participation in American foreign and domestic policy at all levels...

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Publisher: Temple University Press (June 15, 2011)
Publication Date: June 15, 2011
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Language: English
ASIN: B008HN9576
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“This study is a valuable contribution to understanding how students are socialized in colleges and universities that purportedly teach humanistic studies. Like Veblen's "Higher Learning in America" this analysis shows in detail the gap between what...”

The authors describe how schools contribute to the formation of a bureaucratic character; how middle and upper class students are trained for leadership positions in corporations, government, and the military; and how the education of lower class students often serves more powerful classes and institutions.Exploring how youth and their educators encounter the complexities of ideology and bureaucracy in school, The Enigmatic Academy deepens our understanding of the flawed redemptive relationship between education and society in the United States. Paradoxically, these three studied schools all prepare students to participate in a society whose values they oppose.