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Gender Identities and Education : The Impact of Starting School. by Barbara B. Lloyd and Gerard Duveen.

Making schools and education systems more gender sensitive and girl friendly does not render them any less attractive or comfortable for boys. Quite the reverse is true.

January 1995 · Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Making schools and education systems more gender sensitive and girl friendly does not render them any less attractive or comfortable for boys. In practice, almost all of the reforms undertaken to make the educational experience safer, more relevant and more empowering for girls also help boys. Indeed, promoting girls’ education holds strategic advantages for meeting the. goals of Education For All, and achieving the Millennium Development Goals.

Barbara B. Lloyd is a Senior . The Impact of Starting School (1992) with Gerard Duveen.

The Impact of Starting School (1992) with Gerard Duveen.

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THE MICROGENESIS OF REPRESENTATIONS IN SOCIAL EXCHANGE Barbara Lloyd and Gerard Duveen (1992) start their book on Gender Identities and Education: The Impact of Starting School with this extract.

THE MICROGENESIS OF REPRESENTATIONS IN SOCIAL EXCHANGE Barbara Lloyd and Gerard Duveen (1992) start their book on Gender Identities and Education: The Impact of Starting School with this extract from their field-notes: . 9 am Seth selects the orange/pink nightie from the dressing up rack, though he has a lot of trouble getting it on before he finally succeeds. Hence while his actions (struggling into the tutu) communicate certain meanings which are interpreted and communicated back to him by Charity and his teacher, he is yet to internalise their social representation of gender.

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Find nearly any book by Gerard Duveen. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780312091200 (978-0-312-09120-0) Hardcover, St Martins Pr, 1993. Gender Identities and Education: The Impact of Schooling: ISBN 9780745007816 (978-0-7450-0781-6) Hardcover, Prentice Hall, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992.

Starting school is seen as a significant event in childhood not only by parents and teachers, but by children themselves. Although it seems clear that gender identities have been firmly developed in domestic settings, we also know that school has a major influence on further development as evidenced by achievements and choices of subjects in later educational careers.How do children come to negotiate such a social gender identity? Barbara Lloyd and Gerard Duveen, two distinguished developmental and social psychologists, examine the beginnings of this process through an investigation of four- and five-year-old children's reconstruction of gender during their first year at school. Their research is informed by the theory of social representations; and their novel and ambitious approach combines the psychology of development with that of social gender identities.The authors' conclusions challenge conventional wisdom, yet provide guidance to both educators and parents in considering the effects of schooling. Gender Identities and Education will also become required reading for all students and teachers of psychology interested in the development of children's gender.
Gender Identities and Education: The Impact of Starting School download epub
Education
Author: Gerard Duveen,Barbara B. Lloyd
ISBN: 0312091206
Category: Other
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: St Martins Pr (March 1, 1993)
Pages: 197 pages