e) Gender and education

Note: Also see references on Women’s Studies above, especially on higher education. For material on schooling and sexuality, see “Sexuality”. For material on gender-related programs, see “Other Relevant Programs” Under “Working With Boys”.

 

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Browne, Naima. (2004). Gender Equity in the Early Years. McGraw Hill.
Introduction
1. Where are we now ?
2. Seductive science
3. The appeal of new pedagogies
4. Girls and boys understanding, playing and talking about gender
5. Mummies and superheroes
6. Reflections on what we do
7. `Recuperative masculinity? Strategies and superhero play
8. Are more men needed?
Afterword.

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Davies, Bronwyn. (1988). Gender, Equity and Early Childhood. Australian Capital Territory: Curriculum Development Centre.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1989). Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales: Preschool Children and Gender. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Davies, Bronwyn. (1989). The Discursive Production of the Male/Female Dualism in School Settings. Oxford Review of Education, 15, pp. 229-241.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1990). Agency as a Form of Discursive Practice: A Classroom Scene Observed. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 11(3), pp. 341-361

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Epstein, Debbie, Sarah O’Flynn, and David Telford. (2003). Silenced Sexualities in Schools and Universities. Trentham Books.
The Primary phase: the informal curriculum of classroom and playground.
Sex education and compulsory hetrosexuality in primary schools.
Emergent sexualities in secondary schools.
Disability, achievement, market and sexuality.
Post-compulsory education; post-compulsory heterosexuality - transitions to university.

Eschbach, Elizabeth Seymour. (1993). The Higher Education Of Women In England And America, 1865-1920. New York: Garland.

Farish, Maureen et. al. (1995). Equal Opportunities in Colleges and Universities: Towards Better Practices. Open University Press.

Farnham, Christie Anne. (1995). The Education Of The Southern Belle: Higher Education And Student Socialization In The Antebellum South. New York: New York University Press.

Ferfolja, Tania. (2007). Teacher negotiations of sexual subjectivities. Gender and Education, Volume 19 Issue 5.

Figueroa, Peter. (1991). Education and the Social Construction of ‘Race’. London & New York: Routledge.

Fitzclarence, Lindsay. (1995). Education’s Shadow? Towards an Understanding of Violence in Schools. Australian Journal of Education, 39(1), April, pp. 22-40 .

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Gilbert, Pam, and Sandra Taylor. (1991). Fashioning the Feminine: Girls, Popular Culture and Schooling. Sydney: Allen and Unwin

Gilbert, Pam, with K. Rowe. (1989). Gender, Literacy, and the Classroom. Carlton South: Australian Reading Association.

Gilbert, Pam. (1989). Personally (and Passively) Yours: Girls, Literacy and Education. Oxford Review of Education, 15(3), pp. 257-65.

Gilbert, Pam. (1992). The Story So Far: Gender, Literacy and Social Regulation. Gender and Education, 4(3), pp. 185-199.

Gilbert, Pam. (1993). (Sub)Versions: Using Sexist Language Practices to Explore Critical Literacy. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 16(4), 323-332.

Gilbert, Pam. (1993). Gender Stories and the Language Classroom. Geelong: Deakin University Press.

Gilbert, Pam. (1994). ‘And They Lived Happily Ever After’: Cultural Storylines and the Construction of Gender. In Dyson, A. and Genishi, C. (eds). The Need for Story: Cultural Diversity in the Classroom and Community, Illinois: National Council for the Teaching of English.

Gilbert, Pam. (1994). Divided by a Common Language? Gender and the English Curriculum. Carlton, VIC: Curriculum Corporation.

Gilbert, Pam. (1995). Attending to Detail: Gender, English and Schooling. English in Australia, 112, pp. 3-9.

Gilbert, Pam. (1995). Gender, Talk and Silence: Speaking and Listening as Social Practice. In Bull, G. and Anstey, M. (eds). The Literacy lexicon. Melbourne: Prentice Hall.

Gilbert, Pam. (1995). The Girls at the Back: Critical Literacy, Gender and Educational Disadvantage. Interpretations, 28(2), pp. 74-89.

Gilbert, Pam. (1996). Talking About Gender: Terminology used in the Education of Girls Policy Area and Implications for Policy Priorities and Programs. (Women’s Employment, Education and Training Advisory Group) Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service.

Gilbert, Rob, and Pam Gilbert. (1994). Discourse and Disadvantage: Studying the Gender Dimensions of Educational Disadvantage. Paper to Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Newcastle

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Introduction / Harilyn Rousso; Michael L. Wehmeyer.
1. Beyond Pedestals: The Lives of Girls and Women with Disabilities / Adrienne Asch; Harilyn Rousso; Taran Jefferies.
2. Won’t You Know All of Me? Recognizing the Confluence of Disability, Gender and Ethnicity / Eric Jolly.
3. Gender Equity in Education: Change and Challenge / Katherine Hanson; Susan J. Smith.
4. Title IX: What Does It Mean for Teachers? / Melissa Keyes.
5. She Bakes and He Builds: Gender Bias in the Curriculum / Susan Shaffer; Linda Shevitz.
6. Can She Really Do Science? Gender Disparities in Math and Science Education / Ellen Wahl.
7. Squeaky Wheels versus Invisibility: Gender Bias in Teacher-Student Interactions / Dolores A. Grayson.
8. Stopping Sexual Harassment in Schools / Eleanor Linn; Harilyn Rousso.
9. Schools Fail Boys Too: Exposing the Con of Traditional Masculinity / Craig Flood.
10. Teaching as though Both Genders Count: Guidelines for Designing Nonsexist Inclusive Curricula / Theresa Mickey McCormick.
11. Uncovering Bias in the Classroom: A Personal Journey / Maryann Wickett.
12. Research on Gender Bias in Special Education Services / Michael L. Wehmeyer; Michelle Schwartz.
13. Gender Equity Issues in the Vocational and Transition Services and Employment Outcomes Experienced by Young Women with Disabilities / Bonnie Doren; Michael Benz.
14. Nothing to Do after School: More of an Issue for Girls / Merle Froschl; Harilyn Rousso; Ellen Rubin.
15. What Do Frida Kahlo, Wilma Mankiller, and Harriet Tubman Have in Common? Providing Role Models for Girls with (and without) Disabilities / Harilyn Rousso.
16. The Living Out Loud Program: Building Resiliency in Adolescent Girls with Disabilities / Nancy Ferreyra; Estelle Eskenazi.
17. Addressing Gender Equity in Special Education Services: An Agenda for the Twenty-first Century / Michael L. Wehmeyer; Harilyn Rousso.

Royster, Jacqueline Jones. (2000). Traces Of A Stream: Literacy And Social Change Among African American Women. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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VII. EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS.
41. Ann Arnett Ferguson / Naughty by Nature.
42. Julie Bettie / How Working-Class Chicas Get Working-Class Lives.
43. Nancy Lopez / Homegrown: How the Family Does Gender.
44. Yoshiko Nozaki / Feminism, Nationalism, and the Japanese Textbook Controversy Over “Comfort Women”.

Journals 

(a) Specifically Gender-Related

Gender and Education (UK)

Sex Education

 

(b) General

British Journal of Sociology of Education

Children and Schools

Education Links

English in Australia

Interpretations