A Feminist Critique of Education (Education Heritage Series) by C. Skelton

By C. Skelton

This e-book presents a helpful path map to the improvement 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 by way of a few of the prime authors within the box from the united kingdom, the us, Australia and Europe. Compiled by means of the present editors of the magazine to teach the improvement of the sphere, the e-book is split into six sections: * Gender Identities * concept and strategy * coverage and administration * Sexuality * Ethnicity * Social classification. The in particular written creation by way of the editors contextualises the choice and introduces scholars to the most concerns and present considering within the box. to be had in a single easy-to-access position, this authoritative reference e-book offers a set of articles that experience lead the sphere. it may discover a position in each library and on each departmental bookshelf.

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1985) ‘Women teachers on low scales’, Unpublished MEd thesis, University College, Cardiff.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). Delyon, H. and Migniulo, F. (eds) (1989) Women Teachers: Issues and Experiences (Milton Keynes, Open University Press). Densmore, K. (1987) ‘Professionalism, proletarianization and teachers’ work’, in T. ), Critical Studies in Teacher Education (Lewes, Falmer Press).

Milton Keynes, Open University Press). Skelton, C. and Hanson, J. (1989) ‘Schooling the teachers: gender and initial teacher education’, in S. ), Teachers, Gender and Careers (Lewes, Falmer Press). Snitow, A. (1990) ‘A gender diary’, in M. Hirsch and E. Fox Keller (eds), Conflict in Feminism (London, Routledge). Thompson, B. (1986) ‘Gender issues in a primary BEd teacher training programme’, Unpublished MA thesis, University of York. Thompson, B. (1989) ‘Teacher attitudes: complacency and conflict’, in C.

Hanson, J. (1987) ‘Equality issues, permeation and a PGCE programme’, Unpublished MEd dissertation, University of Sheffield. Hillgate Group (1989) Learning to Teach (London, Claridge Press). Hoyle, E. (1980) ‘Professionalization and deprofessionalization in education’, in E. Hoyle and J. Megarry (eds), World Yearbook of Education 1980: Professional Development of Teachers (London, Kegan Paul). Joyce, M. (1987) ‘Being a feminist teacher’, in M. Lawn and G. Grace (eds), Teachers: the Culture and Politics of Work (Lewes, Falmer Press).

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