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Janna McClain; Katie Schrodt – Gender and Education, 2024
The authors utilize a duoethnographic approach to interrogate their positionality within a co-caring community of elementary school educators who participated in a week-long writers' workshop as part of their professional development. The teachers worked in a rural elementary school in the American South that served students who represent…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Authors, Workshops, Gender Issues
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Yeji Kim – Gender and Education, 2024
Anchored in transnational feminist citizenship theories, this narrative inquiry study delves into the lived experiences and citizenship education pedagogies of a female migrant social studies teacher named Ms. Bailey who works in a school in New York City. The findings of the study demonstrate the ways Ms. Bailey incorporates multiple borders and…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Migrants, Secondary School Teachers, Citizenship Education
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Sarah McDonald – Gender and Education, 2024
University spaces can be experienced as unfamiliar and anxiety-inducing by working-class students. Early difficulties adjusting to university can lead to attrition. This article draws from a larger study examining the experiences of first-in-family (FIF) girls in one Australian city as they transition from secondary school into their first year of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Freshmen, Females, First Generation College Students
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Anna Palmer; Teresa Elkin Postila – Gender and Education, 2024
This article investigates alternative ways doing of mathematics in an Early Childhood Education Teacher Programme using aesthetic forms of expression, the body and reflections on ethics, gender and responsibilities in the transition from student teacher at university to a qualified preschool teacher of children aged 4-5 years. The purpose of the…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Clothing, Mathematics Activities, Preschool Education
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Virve Keränen; Outi Ylitapio-Mäntylä – Gender and Education, 2024
In this study, we argue that touch is a way of producing gender in preschool and our aim is to explore different kinds of matters that intersect with gendered touch practices in this context. Our theoretical starting points draw on the performativity of gender and the discursively constructed touch practices of early childhood educators. We…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Teachers, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers
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Stephanie Wescott; Steven Roberts; Xuenan Zhao – Gender and Education, 2024
There is growing visibility of online 'manfluencers' who espouse extreme masculine ideals and share them with their audiences of boys and young men. Taking this phenomenon as a launch-pad, we join the tradition of research that exposes sexism in schools and theorizes girls and women's experiences of working within and against masculine hegemony.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Debbie Ging; Jessica Ringrose; Betsy Milne; Tanya Horeck; Kaitlynn Mendes; Ricardo Castellini da Silva – Gender and Education, 2024
Increasing rates of gender-based and sexual abuse, coupled with a rise in misogynistic influencers online, have become a growing issue in UK and Irish schools. This paper reports on the findings of a post lockdown study in England and Ireland that piloted workshops on gender-based and sexual violence. While most student responses were positive, we…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sexual Abuse, Gender Bias, Workshops
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Karen Hands; Sarah Casey; Peter Innes; Theresa Ashford; Jacqueline Blake – Gender and Education, 2024
This article examines how women academics at an Australian regional university perceived caring responsibilities as an extension of their paid employment during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. It explores how women academics negotiated boundaries around paid work, caring as a component of paid work, and their private caring…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Women Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Lauren DeCrosta; Anne M. Spear – Gender and Education, 2024
This article draws from a qualitative study that examines teachers' responses to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in two secondary schools in Burkina Faso. To analyse educators' responses, we apply the lens of hegemonic masculinity and the concept of institutional betrayal to argue that schools justify the subordination of women and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Gender Bias, Secondary School Teachers
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Carla Ramirez – Gender and Education, 2024
This article explores entanglements of matter, space, and temporalities in shaping academic subjectivities in Norwegian higher education. Drawing on conversations with foreign women working at a major university, I explore the forces (re)producing what matters in academia, creating assumptions of who can be a real academic. Leaning on Karen…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, College Faculty, Doctoral Students
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Roy Kabesa; Izhak Berkovich – Gender and Education, 2024
This qualitative study investigated the perceptions of masculinity and fatherhood of male school leaders and their perceptions associated with leadership practice. We used purposive sampling to recruit male Israeli school leaders for participation in the study. We collected the data by semi-structured interviews, which we then subjected to…
Descriptors: Masculinity, Males, Gender Differences, Caring
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Sundari Anitha; Ana Jordan; Nicola Chanamuto – Gender and Education, 2024
The problematisation of a social phenomenon is a political process that both constructs the problem and, in doing so, suggests possible remedies and occludes others. Based on the first-ever comprehensive analysis of 129 UK university policies to address Gender-based violence (GBV), we examine how the 'problem' of GBV is conceptualised in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, School Policy, Gender Issues
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Viola Nilah Nyakato; Elizabeth Kemigisha; Faith Mugabi; Shakillah Namatovu; Kristien Michielsen; Susan Kools – Gender and Education, 2024
Early marriage and pregnancy hinder global commitment to attain gender parity in education. This article discusses educational challenges experienced by parenting college students during the COVID-19 pandemic in Uganda. The study qualitatively assessed the effects of COVID-19 on the National Teacher Colleges' learning environment. On the reopening…
Descriptors: Pregnant Students, COVID-19, Pandemics, Barriers
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Yang Zhao – Gender and Education, 2024
Since Uzbekistan gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, nationalist discourses have been overtly masculinized, continuing to inform Uzbek males' daily lives. Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork in Uzbekistan, this article illustrates how Uzbek boys' domestic relations contribute to the way they learn to (re)produce masculinities,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Masculinity, Sex Role, Cultural Influences
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Kelsey Benson; Ajay Sharma – Gender and Education, 2024
This study investigates the material-discursive contexts available for lactation amongst U.S. teachers who wish to continue nursing [a] child(ren) upon returning full-time to the classroom. Using critical feminist methodologies, we interviewed teacher-parents who chose to lactate or nurse their infants while at school. The study suggests that…
Descriptors: Teachers, Parents, Mothers, Employed Parents
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