Educating Feminists: Life Histories and Pedagogy

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780807732342
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press
  • Publication date: 2/28/1993
  • Series: Athene Series
  • Pages: 224

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 A Life-History Approach to Feminist Pedagogy 11
Feminism and Educational Restructuring
Sociology of Education, Critical Pedagogy, and the Teacher's Voice
A Teacher's Voice
Feminist Educational Theorizing in the 1990s: A New Zealand View
Ch. 2 The Sociology of Women's Education as Discourse 37
Mapping the Field
A Voice from the Margins
Sociological Theories in the Education of the Post-World War II Woman
Ch. 3 The Politics of Life-History Research 61
Asking the Questions
Power and Knowledge in Life-History Analysis
Doing the Research
A Case Study
Some Implications
Ch. 4 Becoming a Feminist Teacher 81
Contradictions in the Education of Postwar Women
Becoming Feminist: A Collective Life History
Feminists Teaching: Four Case Studies
Ch. 5 Academic Feminism: Living the Contradictions 102
An Encounter
The Politics of Academic Women's Studies
Feminists in a Classroom
Feminism and Pedagogy
Two Lectures
The Rational Individual: Living the Contradictions
Ch. 6 Equity Issues in the 1990s: School Administrators Speak 124
Feminist Sociological Theories in Educational Restructuring
Board Members Speak: Background to the Research
Equal Opportunities for Women and Girls: A Discourse Analysis
Experiences of Schooling: Intergenerational Comparisons
Ch. 7 Students' Voices: Intergenerational Conversations 147
Generative Themes
Doing Life-History Research
Relating Theory to Everyday Life
Power Relations in a Feminist Classroom
Epilogue 171
References 181
Index 199
About the Author 209
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