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Manathunga, Catherine – International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 2015
This article is based upon my keynote presentation to the 42nd ANZCIES Conference held at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane from November 26-28, 2014. It explores the ways in which an assemblage of transcultural and postcolonial theories allow us to productively unsettle Education at a time when dominant neoliberal discourses risk…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Neoliberalism, Educational Policy, Social Theories
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Beddoes, Kacey – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2013
This paper introduces feminist methodologies in the context of engineering education research. It builds upon other recent methodology articles in engineering education journals and presents feminist research methodologies as a concrete engineering education setting in which to explore the connections between epistemology, methodology and theory.…
Descriptors: Feminism, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Engineering Education
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McLeod, Julie – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2017
Late modern social theories and critiques of neoliberalism have emphasised the regulatory and negative aspects of responsibility, readily associating it with self-responsibility or analytically converting it to the notion of responsibilisation. This article argues for stepping back from these critiques in order to reframe responsibility as a…
Descriptors: Feminism, Foreign Countries, Ethics, Neoliberalism
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Amsler, Sarah; Motta, Sara C. – Gender and Education, 2019
In this paper, we offer a critique of neoliberal power from the perspective of the gendered, sexualised, raced and classed politics of motherhood in English universities. By using dialogical auto-ethnographic methods to examine our own past experiences as full-time employed mother-academics, we demonstrate how feminist academic praxis can not only…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Commercialization, Politics of Education
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Mackinlay, Elizabeth – Feminist Teacher: A Journal of the Practices, Theories, and Scholarship of Feminist Teaching, 2013
In this paper, the author is going to turn around and around ideas about feminist pedagogy and feminist politics in the academy in a similar way to take us to the kind of "social somewhere" of which Barone and Eisner write, to look at the same material in familiar and unusual ways--here a fiction, there a fanciful retelling of facts,…
Descriptors: Feminism, Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Social Influences
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Olive, Rebecca – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
Today, cultural studies theories, methods, and approaches are no longer solely the preserve of departments of arts, humanities, or social sciences. This article offers one example of learning how to teach cultural studies content to human movement studies (HMS) students. The author explores how she drew on various feminist and cultural studies…
Descriptors: Movement Education, Cultural Awareness, Feminism, Recreational Activities
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Somerville, Margaret – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2016
In this article the author used an auto-ethnographic philosophical approach to construct a fragile history of the present. Margaret Somerville reports doing this through tracing key moments and movements of queering feminist poststructural theory and evolving a queering method of body/place writing through her embeddedness in Aboriginal stories.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Feminism
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Mooney, Amanda; Hickey, Chris – Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 2017
Reflexive accounts of physical education (PE) pedagogy and practice offer potential to reveal much about the intended and unintended learning, for both students and teachers, that can result from certain pedagogic encounters. Despite the promotion of reflective practice/s as a possible "panacea" for improved teaching and learning, there…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Reflection, Physical Education Teachers, Social Influences
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Luke, Allan – Theory Into Practice, 2012
The term "critical literacy" refers to use of the technologies of print and other media of communication to analyze, critique, and transform the norms, rule systems, and practices governing the social fields of everyday life (A. Luke, 2004). Since Freire's (1970) educational projects in Brazil, approaches to critical literacy have been…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Critical Literacy, Critical Theory, Critical Reading
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Keddie, Amanda – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2013
This paper presents data from a study of secondary school for girls, the majority of whom identify as Indigenous Australian. "Gamarada" High School is located in a suburban area of Queensland (Australia) and was established to provide quality education for disadvantaged girls. The paper draws on student and teacher interview data from a…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Females, Educational Quality, Foreign Countries
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Cahill, Helen; Coffey, Julia; Smith, Kylie – Journal of Pedagogy, 2016
The development of gendered identities during early childhood and youth occurs in a context of "body culture" and the hyper-visibility of "perfect" bodies, which align with traditional gender ideals. Embodied methods can assist to make complexity more visible, and to allow participants to see fluidity, shifts, and becoming.…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Youth, Sexual Identity, Social Change
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Gray, Emily M.; Nicholas, Lucy – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2019
In 2016 the world witnessed a consolidation of a western brand of political 'populist authoritarianism' that is anti-globalisationalist and creates 'shared objects of loathing' in the popular imagination. This article engages with the implications of this affective and masculinist 'post-truth' era for higher education and analyses the narratives…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Masculinity, Social Theories, Gender Issues
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Blackmore, Jill – Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2009
This article is framed in two ways. First, by an editorial concern regarding the Americentricity of a special issue for the "Journal of Research on Educational Leadership" on leadership preparation. And second, Jean-Marie, Normore, and Brooks' (2009) desire for a "new social order" for a "multinational dialogue" as…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Feminism, Educational Administration, Leadership Training
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Michell, Dee; Szorenyi, Anna; Falkner, Katrina; Szabo, Claudia – Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 2017
Computer science, like technology in general, is seen as a masculine field and the under-representation of women an intransigent problem. In this paper, we argue that the cultural belief in Australia that computer science is a domain for men results in many girls and women being chased away from that field as part of a border protection campaign…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Gender Differences, Females, Foreign Countries
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Fraser, Heather; Michell, Dee; Beddoe, Liz; Jarldorn, Michele – Higher Education Research and Development, 2016
In this article, we report on a feminist memory work project conducted with 11 working-class women in Australia. Participants responded to the question: "what helps and hinders working-class women study social science degrees?" The women confirmed that to succeed at university, they needed opportunities, resources, support and…
Descriptors: Working Class, Females, Higher Education, Social Sciences
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