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This book aims to show how and why girls' education remains subordinated to that . Paechter is of School of Education, The Open University.

This book aims to show how and why girls' education remains subordinated to that of the boys', and to demonstrate how this analysis can be used as a basis for investigating the position of other subordinated groups - such as children from lower socio-economic groups, ethnic minorities, or those with special educational needs. By focusing on what distinguishes the 'normal' from the 'other' says the author, we can begin to call the normal into question and challenge the ideas and assumptions of our educational system. Библиографические данные.

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Dr Carrie Paechter Carrie Paechter1. This book aims to show how and why girls' education remains subordinated to that of the boys', and to demonstrate how this analysis can be used as a basis for investigating the position of other subordinated groups - such as children from lower socio-economic groups, ethnic minorities, or those with special educational needs.

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1998) ‘Zero tolerance’: gender performance and school failure, in: D. E PSTEIN,J. 1997) Black Masculinities and Schooling: how black boys survive modern schooling (Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham Books). ELWOOD, V. H EY&J. M AW (Eds) Failing Boys? Issues in Gender and Achievement (Buckingham, Open University Press). R EYNOLDS,T. (1997) Class matters, ‘race’ matters, gender matters, in: P. M AHONY&C. ZMROCZEK (Eds) Class Matters: ‘working class’ women’s perspectives on social class (London, Taylor & Francis). 1976) Women’s studies-renaissance or revolution?, Women’s Studies,3. S EGAL (1997) Black Masculinities and Schooling: how black boys survive modern schooling (Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham Books).

Despite improvements in girls' relative academic success at the school leaving level, and despite suggestions in the press that boys are now the underachievers, girls remain second-class citizens in education and beyond. This book aims to show how and why girls' education remains subordinated to that of the boys', and to demonstrate how this analysis can be used as a basis for investigating the position of other subordinated groups - such as children from lower socio-economic groups, ethnic minorities, or those with special educational needs. By focusing on what distinguishes the 'normal' from the 'other' says the author, we can begin to call the normal into question and challenge the ideas and assumptions of our educational system.

Educating the Other: Gender, Power and Schooling (Master Classes in Education Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0750707732

ISBN: 0750707739

Author: Carrie Paechter

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Falmer Press (February 3, 1998)

Pages: 152 pages

ePUB size: 1938 kb

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