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Primus, Franziska; Lundahl, Christian – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2021
Building on the approach that knowledge is socially constructed, this study aims to deepen the understanding of knowledge production processes by adapting the concept of a laboratory on an historical example of editorial collaboration. We use the editorial process of "The International Encyclopedia of Education" (IEE) (1985) as an…
Descriptors: Encyclopedias, Editing, Females, Gender Bias
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Henderson, Emily F. – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2021
While there is increasing awareness of the contributing effect of the academic mobility imperative on gendered inequalities in the academic profession at large, there is a missing link in current research on this topic. Namely, while 'care' is often named as the explanatory factor for why women, and to an extent professionals of any gender at peak…
Descriptors: Caring, Gender Issues, Faculty Mobility, Gender Bias
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Cunningham, Christine; Hill, Susan; Zhang, Wei – Power and Education, 2022
In this article, we explore more than 100 Chinese school leaders' views about gender, equality and the historical and social contexts of Chinese education that they have experienced. China's success in international student assessment programmes is rising, and Chinese females are continuing a steady trend of outdoing their male counterparts at all…
Descriptors: Sex Fairness, Leadership, Foreign Countries, Women Administrators
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Nicolazzo, Z. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
Here, authors provide a snapshot of their manuscript, and which readers often overlook, causing some authors to repeat the abstract in the main body of their texts. Like foot- and endnotes, abstracts are shadow texts. In these shadows, we as trans feminine people keep some of the more painful moments of our existence, not wanting to feed nontrans…
Descriptors: Sexual Identity, Femininity, Gender Bias, Ethnography
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Lievore, Maria Eduarda; Lievore, Caroline – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2022
Analyzing the context that involves historical and current reasons of gender inequality in Brazil, this study aims to analyze the positive Brazilian legislation regarding women's performance in scientific research and its effectiveness. The subject is extremely relevant for two main reasons: first, due to the absence of current research that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Researchers, Gender Issues
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Koopal, Wiebe – Ethics and Education, 2022
In this article I venture the hypothesis that music confronts education with the possibility to think violence in ways that are both inherently educational and radically "affirmative." Beginning with a reflection on a poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which emphatically evokes the violence within the genesis of music, I then move in a…
Descriptors: Music, Violence, Poetry, Correlation
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Leshin, Rachel A.; Lei, Ryan F.; Byrne, Magnolia; Rhodes, Marjorie – Developmental Science, 2022
From early in development, race biases how children think about gender--often in a manner that treats Black women as less typical and representative of "women in general" than White or Asian women. The present study (N = 89, ages 7-11; predominately Hispanic, White, and multi-racial children) examined the generalizability of this…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Gender Bias, Children, Childrens Attitudes
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Valencia, Edgar – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2022
How do we know if a faculty teaching evaluation is biased? "Biasing factors" studies are an influential source of evidence for arguing about biased teaching evaluations. These studies examine existing evaluation data and compare the results by gender, race, or ethnicity, interpreting a significant difference between subgroups as evidence…
Descriptors: Gender Bias, Justice, College Faculty, Teacher Evaluation
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Niessen, A. Susan M.; Neumann, Marvin – International Journal of Testing, 2022
Personal statements are among the most commonly used instruments in college admissions procedures. Yet, little research on their reliability, validity, and fairness exists. The first aim of this paper was to investigate hypotheses about adverse impact and underprediction for female applicants, which could result from lower tendencies to use…
Descriptors: College Admission, Gender Bias, College Applicants, Language Usage
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Knight Abowitz, Kathleen; Bennett-Kinne, Andrea – Philosophical Inquiry in Education, 2022
The pandemic resurrected gender as a central categorization of citizenship. COVID-19 reminds us that gender oppression continues in its traditional, materialist formulations to structure our economic, civic, and political lives. Postfeminism has diversified feminist discourses, and at times been used as a temporal claim -- the "post"…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Citizenship, Gender Issues
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Sundén, Jenny; Paasonen, Susanna – Qualitative Research Journal, 2021
Purpose: According to thesaurus definitions, the absurd translates as "ridiculously unreasonable, unsound, or incongruous"; "extremely silly; not logical and sensible". As further indicated in the Latin root absurdus, "out of tune, uncouth, inappropriate, ridiculous," humor in absurd registers plays with that which is…
Descriptors: Feminism, Teaching Methods, Intervention, Social Media
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Kennedy, Jay; Russell, Constance – Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2021
Increasing attention is being paid to gender in outdoor education, with scholars and practitioners sharing experiences of sexism and heterosexism and explicitly calling for an examination of hegemonic masculinity in the field. The purpose of this paper is to respond to that call by: summarizing scholarship on hegemonic and alternative…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Gender Bias, Masculinity, Cultural Influences
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Gee, Harold W., III; Gorton, Elizabeth S.; Cho, Sua; Fynewever, Herb – Journal of Chemical Education, 2022
We have developed and implemented a change to our General Chemistry curriculum that makes the point that "not all chemists are white men." This builds on recent textbook analyses, which showed that General Chemistry textbooks overwhelmingly and unnecessarily focus on the biographies of scientists that are white men. We demonstrate a way…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Science Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Diversity
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Yang, Xin; Naas, Ragnhild; Dunham, Yarrow – Developmental Science, 2022
When seeking to explain social regularities (such as gender differences in the labor market) people often rely on internal features of the targets, frequently neglecting structural and systemic factors external to the targets. For example, people might think women leave the job market after childbirth because they are less competent or are better…
Descriptors: Children, Childrens Attitudes, Abstract Reasoning, Sex
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Qualls, Lydia R.; Hartmann, Kathrin; Paulson, James F.; Wells, Nicole Kreiser – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2022
Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the Broad Autism Phenotype (BAP) are more likely than individuals with typical development (TD) to report a sexual minority orientation (e.g., Bejerot and Eriksson, PLoS ONE 9:1-9, 2014; DeWinter et al., Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47:2927-2934, 2017; Qualls et al., Journal of…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Genetics, Sexual Orientation
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