An Introductory Text Which Aims To Demonstrate The Advantage Of Applying Feminist Perspectives To The Gender Blind Fields Of Educational Administration And Policy Chapters Deal A Diverse But Inter Related Set Of Issues Spanning The Area From Organization Theory To State Theories, Curriculum Policy And Administration, Women And Leadership, Science And Evaluation And Assessment Together The Collection Sets Out To Represent The Wide Scope And Potential Of Feminist Scholarship In And For The Field The Authors Highlight Gender Significances And Reasons For Gender Inequalities And Show Possibilities For Effecting Gender Justice Throughout The Educational System The Women Academic Activists Brought Together As Contributors To This Volume Are From Various Disciplines And Theoretical Positions Who Have Chosen To Write On An Issue Of Specific Interest And Concern To Them This Text Should Be Of Interest To Students And Researchers In The Field Of Gender Women S Course Studies
Professor Jillian Black is the Director of the Centre for Research in Educational Futures and Innovation at Deakin University.
- 205 pages
- Gender Matters in Educational Administration and Policy: A Feminist Policy (Deakin Studies in Education, No 11)
- Jill Blackmore
- 06 April 2018 Jill Blackmore