The Politics of Gender and Education by Suki Ali, Shereen Benjamin, Melanie L. Mauthner
By Suki Ali, Shereen Benjamin, Melanie L. Mauthner
What are the politics of gender inside schooling? How are the problems of gender being explored in varied academic settings? Does gender nonetheless subject in schooling? This publication attracts jointly the paintings from a global array of authors operating on the innovative of gender learn in schooling. From coverage concerns affecting unmarried moms to the co-optation of 'Southern studying' into Northern contexts, this assortment presents a compelling argument for renewed engagement with gender concerns at either macro and micro political degrees in the complete variety of academic contexts--from basic to better schooling.
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Not just get a job, but be able to afford to have a job, because by the time . . you’ve paid your child care, travel costs . . it’s just not worth it, you’re better off with benefit. (interview, Erika Watson, FCF) The benefits system, then, exacerbates the already tenuous position of women and their dependency on men or the state. The state, then, is gender-blind, if not discriminatory. In contrast, ODEC texts reveal an understanding of the state that is oppressive. For example, black children in Oxford are systematically discriminated against in the education system (interview, Alison Norris, ODEC).
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