By C. Skelton
This publication presents a helpful course map to the advance of pondering in gender and schooling during the last fifteen years. It contains over thirty-five seminal articles from the magazine Gender and schooling, written via the various top authors within the box from the united kingdom, the united states, Australia and Europe. Compiled by means of the present editors of the magazine to teach the advance of the sphere, the ebook is split into six sections: * Gender Identities * thought and process * coverage and administration * Sexuality * Ethnicity * Social classification. The particularly written advent by means of the editors contextualises the choice and introduces scholars to the most concerns and present considering within the box. on hand in a single easy-to-access position, this authoritative reference booklet offers a suite of articles that experience lead the sector. it's going to discover a position in each library and on each departmental bookshelf.
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Extra info for A Feminist Critique of Education (Education Heritage Series)
1987) ‘Breakthrough to political literacy: political education, antiracist teaching and the primary school’, Journal of Education Policy, 3: 1–13. J. (1990) ‘Addressing gender in initial teacher education’, Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Bristol. Cogger, D. (1985) ‘Women teachers on low scales’, Unpublished MEd thesis, University College, Cardiff. Cunnison, S. (1985) ‘Making it in a man’s world: women teachers in a senior high school’, Occasional Paper No. 1 (Hull, University of Hull, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology).
But the lessons are quite good fun because we really wind him up. He really lost his temper with me once and hit me. He looked ever so funny. Far from gaining status in the girls’ eyes, this teacher lost credibility even further by resorting to physical violence, a sanction which they knew transgressed the accepted code of femininity. The teacher himself felt confused about the way in which the behaviour of these girls deviated from his idea of appropriate feminine behaviour. He expressed this by referring to them as ‘that posse of girls’ and calling them by their surnames like the boys.
Other work included role-play exercises to explore gender relations, examining educational histories of staff and students, and producing statistical material to show how gender pervades school life. Responses Most of those interviewed revealed their frustration and anger at being constantly referred to as a ‘lefty, feminist’ or a ‘women’s libber’. It was not necessarily the stereotyping to which they objected, but the result that their initiatives and arguments were often not taken seriously. One tutor described a conversation overheard between a male colleague and a group of male students.
A Feminist Critique of Education (Education Heritage Series) by C. Skelton