QuestionsWhat are the scope and functions of educational sociology?
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The following are some of the most important scopes of educational sociology:
  • Relationships between professors and students.
  • A teacher's role in society.
  • issues, interests, and goals in society.
  • Small social units and their interrelationships
  • Relationships between the school and local societal structures.
  • Social life's impact on people and schools
  • The development of democratic attitudes in the classroom.
  • Educational changes are required for individual and societal development.
  • Incentives for critical thinking and research.
  • Assessment of broadcast, television, and the press as social advancement mediums.
  • Determination of children's growth teaching approaches.
  • Examination of all factors of social impediments and social progress.