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Developmental educational milieu research from the beginning to the present

Developmental Theories, Concepts, and Methods 2 pp 1-139 | Cite as

Theory concepts, methodologies and exemplary empirical findings based on social science
  • Karl-Heinz Braun
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In the foreword, reference was made to the socio-educational crisis processes and their significance in terms of development education, which require an educational or educationally relevant analysis of social inequalities. However, there is also a reason inherent in science for the comprehensive presentation of the various milieu theories: the most diverse research on social structure has made it increasingly clear that the classic class concepts and class models can only explain these educational inequalities and their continued reproduction very inadequately.

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