BA, Social Science (Magna Cum
Laude), De la Salle University, Philippines (1966)
MA, Sociology, Stanford University, United States (1970)
PhD, Sociology, Stanford University, United States (1974) Thesis title:
Societal Corporateness and Status Conferral: A Cross-National Analysis of the
Incorporation and Expansion of Educational Systems.
Assistant Professor-Professor of
Sociology, San Francisco State University (1973-1987)
Association Professor of Education and (by courtesy) Sociology, Stanford
Professor of Education and (by courtesy) Sociology, Stanford University (1990
(associations, organizations, institutions)
American Sociological Association
(including Section Memberships in Sociology of Education, Political Sociology,
Comparative/Historical Sociology, and Culture)
American Education Research Association (including Division Memberships in
Social Context of Education, History and Historiography, and Special Interest
Group Membership in International Studies and Sociology of Education)
Pacific Sociological Association
International Sociological Association
European Sociological Association
Comparative and International Education Society
Social Science and History Association
Sociologists for Women in Society
S., Meyer, J. W., Ramirez, F. O & Schofer, E. (2003). Science in the modern
world polity : Institutionalization and globalization. Stanford, Calif.:
Stanford University Press.
F. O., & Meyer, J. W. (1980). Comparative education : The social
construction of the modern world system. [Stanford, Calif.]: Institute for
Research and Educational Finance and Governance, Stanford University.
G. M., Meyer, J. W., Ramirez, F. O & Boli, J. (1987). Institutional
structure : Constituting state, society, and the individual. Newbury Park,
[Calif.]: Sage Publications.
Ramirez, F. O., & Meyer, J. W. (1985). Explaining the origins and expansion
of mass education. Comparative Education Review, 29(2), 145-170.
P., Meyer, J. W., & Ramirez, F. O. (2011). Student-centeredness in social
science textbooks, 1970-2008: A cross-national study. Social Forces, 90(2),
547-570. doi: 10.1093/sf/sor004
& Ramirez, F. O. (2009). National incorporation of global human rights:
Worldwide expansion of national human rights institutions, 1966-2004. Social
Forces, 87(3), 1321-1353.
W., Boli, J., Thomas, G. M & Ramirez, F. O. (1997). World society and the
nation state, American Journal of Sociology, 103(1), 144-81.
W., Ramirez, F. O., & Soysal, Y. N. (1992). World expansion of mass
education, 1870-1980. Sociology of Education, 65(2), 128-149.
F. O. (2006). Beyond achievement and attainment studies--revitalizing a
comparative sociology of education. Comparative Education, 42(3), 431-449.
F. O., Luo, X., Schofer, E., & Meyer, J. W. (2006). Student achievement and
national economic growth. American Journal of Education, 113(1), 1-29.
F. O., & McEneaney, E. H. (1997). From women's suffrage to reproduction
rights? cross-national considerations'. International Journal of Comparative
Sociology, 38(1/2), 6-24.
F. O., & Boli, J. (1987). The political construction of mass schooling:
European origins and worldwide institutionalization. Sociology of Education,
E., Ramirez, F. O., & Meyer, J. W. (2000). The effects of science on
national economic development, 1970-1990. American Sociological Review, 65:
D.F., Ramirez F.O., & Koo J.-W. (2009). UNESCO and the associated schools
project: Symbolic affirmation of world community, international understanding,
and human rights. Sociol.Educ.Sociology of Education, 82(3), 197-216.
A., Ramirez, F. O., & Tracy, T. (1976). Female participation in the
occupational system: A comparative institutional analysis. Social Problems,
Contributed By: Cristina Lara Villanueva