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Edwards, Graeme – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2018
Playing host to many leaders of South Africa's transition to democracy, the historic schools continue to contribute to the education of learners in disadvantaged rural communities. Within the leadership narratives of these schools are the lived daily experiences of female educational leaders whose voice has been largely absent from main stream…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Feminism, Rural Areas, Instructional Leadership
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Klenk, Hazel – European Education, 2017
This article draws on research with a group of refugee women who attend English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes at a community center in London. It considers the role education can play in their social integration processes, employing an approach that has been developed from feminist notions of empowerment and social practice…
Descriptors: Refugees, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Females
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Cairns, Kate – Harvard Educational Review, 2018
In this essay, Kate Cairns considers the implications of assessing garden pedagogies, arguing that a rhetoric of effects assumes an essentialist conception of the child-as-educational-output and bolsters a neoliberal vision of social change rooted in personal transformation. Drawing from ethnographic research with youth gardens in Toronto,…
Descriptors: Gardening, Teaching Methods, Social Change, Youth Programs
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Rizvi, Sana – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2019
This paper explores the contradictions of 'doing' feminist research, and how the materiality of engaging in fieldwork magnifies the gap between 'ideal' versus 'actual' feminist ways of conducting research. Drawing on my Doctoral research with British-Pakistani mothers of children with SEND, I explore the ethical and methodological challenges of…
Descriptors: Feminism, Educational Research, Theory Practice Relationship, Research Methodology
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Nyaruwata, Leonorah Tendayi – Distance Education, 2018
This paper presents the successes and challenges faced in implementing the dual-mode strategy in higher education in the context of feminist theory. Worldwide, women's universities have been established by governments and private organisations to involve women more fully in the country's economic, political and social activities. The establishment…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Success, Barriers, Mixed Methods Research
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Guillard, Julianne – Gender and Education, 2016
As they say in social media, feminism is "trending"; feminist conversations, grassroots movements, and activism mark a fourth wave of feminist practice and theory defined by digital spaces. This article considers the effectiveness of using social media as both a course assignment and as a conduit for civic engagement. I analyse survey…
Descriptors: Feminism, Activism, Social Media, Mass Media Use
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Blaikie, Fiona – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2018
Visual and cultural identities are situated in habitus, social theory on the body and clothing. Framed by narrative inquiry, girl method, and feminist research, I investigated the mean girl experiences of Grace and Hayley, who witnessed hostility alongside an exaggerated policed feminine sartorial aesthetic. White, middle and upper class, managers…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Cultural Influences, Social Influences, Human Body
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Yoshihara, Reiko – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2018
This study explores the processual identity formation of six Japanese women who gave up a job, turned to higher education, and became university EFL teachers in Japan. My research questions include: (1) How did they change their careers and become university EFL teachers? (2) Since they entered the university EFL teaching profession, how have they…
Descriptors: Females, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Cruger, Katherine M. – Communication Teacher, 2018
This article explores the potential of challenge-based learning (CBL) for feminist pedagogy. In a qualitative case study of an introductory mass communication and social theory course, students were more likely to indicate sophisticated, intersectional understandings of course concepts following the CBL project. Before the CBL project, students…
Descriptors: Change Agents, Qualitative Research, Case Studies, Introductory Courses
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Moradi, Bonnie; Martin, Annelise; Brewster, Melanie E. – Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2012
Many individuals endorse feminist values but do not identify as feminist. The present set of studies tests the concept of threat, grounded in G. A. Kelly's personal construct theory of personality, as a potential factor in feminist nonidentification. Study 1 introduces the theoretically grounded "Feminist Threat Index" and evaluates its…
Descriptors: Identification, Intervention, Feminism, Undergraduate Students
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Maina-Okori, Naomi Mumbi; Koushik, Jada Renee; Wilson, Alexandria – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
We seek to understand how issues of intersectionality are addressed in environmental and sustainability education (ESE) literature, focusing on how gender is discussed in relation to other social identities such as class, race, sexuality, and ability. Our analysis draws from feminist and decolonizing frameworks, and uses intersectionality to…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Social Theories, Feminism
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Kark, Ronit; Preser, Ruth; Zion-Waldoks, Tanya – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Transformational learning is a process resulting in deep and significant change in habitual patterns of identity, thought, emotion, and action, enabling new approaches to role enactment. This article explores how moving from a framework of dilemmas, which require solutions and one-sided choices, to a framework of paradoxes that embraces tensions…
Descriptors: Politics of Education, Feminism, Educational Practices, Females
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Menchaca, Velma D.; Mills, Shirley J.; Leo, Filomena – Administrative Issues Journal: Connecting Education, Practice, and Research, 2016
This qualitative research examined the journey of renowned female leadership in higher education. Two top level Latina administrators of universities were interviewed extensively to discover their journey to leadership. The theoretical framework used was Latina critical race theory, feminist theory, and counter-storytelling. Themes that surfaced…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Women Administrators, Higher Education, Critical Theory
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Mendoza Aviña, Sylvia – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2016
In line with this special issue's examination of theories of teaching and learning that are neither determined by nor isolated from restrictive spaces of learning, this essay introduces a Chicana feminist "rasquache" pedagogy. A Chicana feminist "rasquache" pedagogy is rooted in the everyday experiences and material realities…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Student Experience, Social Experience, Hispanic American Students
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Dahya, Negin; Jenson, Jennifer; Fong, Katrina – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2017
Few studies compare educational programming designed on principles of inclusive pedagogy and feminist practice for both girls and boys. Broadly defined, inclusive pedagogy refers to theory and practice in education that is adaptable and responsive to the intersections of difference (class, race, culture, gender, sexuality, ability) and aims to…
Descriptors: Video Games, Gender Differences, Feminism, Teaching Methods
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