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Title:Kognitivni in družbenoekonomski dejavniki šolskega uspeha v Sloveniji
Authors:Klanjšek, Rudi (Author)
Flere, Sergej (Author)
Lavrič, Miran (Author)
Slovensko sociološko društvo (Authorship owner)
Fakulteta za družbene vede Univerze v Ljubljani (Authorship owner)
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URL http://druzboslovne-razprave.org/clanek/2007/55/3/
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Scientific work (r2)
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Pogojenost šolske uspešnosti kot dejavnika družbenega položaja je bila že od nekdaj v središču sociološkega diskurza. Sociologija je nenehno poudarjala vlogo družbenih in kulturnih dejavnikov v kontekstu posameznikovih učnih, poklicnih in drugih dosežkov, čeprav so nekateri avtorji izven polja sociologije percepcijo družbenega determinizma vztrajno postavljali pod vprašaj. Pričujoči prispevek je na vzorcu slovenskih srednješolcev (n = 1.156) preučil vpliv različnih dejavnikov na šolski uspeh, med katerimi je bil tudi rezultat, ki so ga anketiranci dosegli na testu sposobnosti in ki naj bi odražal njihovo mentalno sposobnost. Rezultati so pokazali, da je šolski uspeh razmeroma šibko povezan z indikatorji družbenoekonomskega položaja; da igrajo socializacijski dejavniki pomembno, a dokaj omejeno vlogo; da prevladuje vpliv spola in mentalne sposobnosti posameznika, ki naj bi bila domnevno biološko pogojena.
Keywords:družbena neenakost, šolski uspeh, srednješolci, kulturni kapital, družbenoekonomski položaj, spol, mentalne sposobnosti
Year of publishing:2007
Number of pages:str. 49-69
Numbering:št. 55, Letn. 23
ISSN:0352-3608
UDC:316.74:37(497.4)
ISSN on article:0352-3608
COBISS_ID:26569053 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:X1AOEJ1F
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Title:Družboslovne razprave
Shortened title:Družbosl. razpr.
Publisher:Slovensko sociološko društvo
ISSN:0352-3608
COBISS.SI-ID:7530242 New window

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Language:English
Title:Cognitive and socio-economic factors of scholastic attainment in Slovenia
Abstract:The conditionality of academic performance, seen as one of the main pillars of the stratification structure of contemporary society, which includes the relationship between natural, descent-based and socio-cultural factors has been the subject of long debate. Sociological thought has consistently accentuated the role of social and cultural factors in one's educational, occupational and other attainments. A number of non-sociological authors have questioned the perception of such societal determinism. This paper tested the impact of various factors, including one used as an indicator of what is usually called 'mental ability' (or intelligence), on children's academic achievement on a sample of 1,156 Slovenian secondary school pupils. The results did not warrant a definite conclusion about the predominance of either cognitive or environmental influences, but indicated that the score one achieved in the mental ability test was a significant explanatory variable. Other significant factors included the education of one's mother (which was more influential than the father's) and gender.
Keywords:social inequality, academic performance, secondary school students, cultural capital, socioeconomic position, gender, mental abilities


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