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He advocates for greater civic participation from individuals and a more intensive focus on democracy at all levels in all endeavors because in his estimation the impetus for social change is situated in shared cultural, economic, and political experiences (Aronowitz, 1992). Changing the structure of schooling, for Aronowitz, is paramount to the success of any future social change. REFERENCES Aronowitz, S. (2004). Against schooling: Education and social class. Workplace, 6(1). Aronowitz, S. (2008).

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