Aurini Janice & Davies Scott (2005). Â« Choice without markets : Homeschooling in the context of private education Â». British Journal of Sociology of Education, vol. 26, nÂ° 4, septembre, p. 461–474. En ligne : <DOI: 10.1080/01425690500199834>.
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BibTeX citation key: Aurini2005
Keywords: Ã©conomie de l'Ã©ducation, enseignement privÃ©, soutien scolaire, tutorat
Creators: Aurini, Davies
Collection: British Journal of Sociology of Education
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|URLs DOI: 10.1080/01425690500199834|
"Homeschooling is enjoying new-found acceptance in North America. Drawing on a variety of secondary sources and our own data from Ontario, Canada, we find that homeschooling is growing steadily, and is becoming an increasingly legitimated form of education. To understand these changes, we review prevailing sociological explanations that focus on the rise of neo-liberal ideology, and pressures of class reproduction and human capital requirements. We document the contributions of these theories and note their limits for understanding the rising popularity of homeschooling. We then situate homeschooling within a broader context of private education, distinguishing segments that encourage market-consumer, class reproduction, human capital and â€˜expressiveâ€™ logics. The combination of large investments of time and effort with highly uncertain outcomes makes homeschooling the most expressive form of private education, which we trace to the burgeoning culture of â€˜intensive parenting.â€™"
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