In conclusion, he can understand for cultural reproduction the ways as the school, along with other institutions, contributes to keep the social and cultural inaqualities, transmitting the values, the attitudes and the dominant habits of culture. Pitney Bowes has compatible beliefs. SOCIAL REPRODUCTION Social Reproduction and Social Change: SOCIAL REPRODUCTION Process of constant renewal of the material and cultural production of the human beings, process this determined for the necessities of econmicas production and reproduction for the interest of the ruling class in keeping the social order. Jorge Pit, Dictionary of Sociology, Editorial Presence, 2 edition, 2004, Lisbon CULTURAL REPRODUCTION AND SOCIAL REPRODUCTION In accordance with French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, cultural reproduction is the social process by which the cultures are reproduced through generations, over all for the socializante influence of great institutions. Bourdieu applied the concept, in special, the way as social institutions, as schools, are used to transmit ideas cultural that serve of base and support to the privileged position of the ruling classes or governing. The cultural reproduction is part of ampler process of social reproduction through which entire societies and its cultural, structural and ecological characteristics are reproduced by a process that invariably involves certain volume of change. Of the marxist perspective, the social reproduction is over all of target economic, including the productive relations of production, forces and the FORCE of the WORK of the laboring classroom. In felt vaster, however, it includes much more of what this, the form of the religious institutions and cultural languages to the varieties of music and other products. The Social Institutions and the Social Reproduction Notion of Social Reproduction Social Reproduction? share of the society in the direction of the maintenance of the social order and the perpetuation of the conditions where the social life if uncurls (Gallo). Set of shares and social mechanisms guided in the direction to assure the established social order (status quo or establishment).