Troubling boys and disturbing discourses on masculinity and schooling: A feminist exploration of current debates and interventions concerning boys in school

Raphael Reed, L. (2006) Troubling boys and disturbing discourses on masculinity and schooling: A feminist exploration of current debates and interventions concerning boys in school. In: Arnot, M. and Mac an Ghaill, M., eds. (2006) The Routledge Falmer Reader in Gender and Education. London: Routledge, pp. 33-48. ISBN 9780415345767

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Additional Information:Originally published in Gender and Education, the selection of this article for a prestigious Reader represents acknowledgement of the author's significant contribution to the field of gender and education. The innovative but praxis-orientated approach to engaging with the debates around boys' underachievement has been disseminated through international, national and regional conferences and has informed a considerable number of professional development activities with Local Authorities and schools. A further publication related to this work has been reprinted in Education, Globalisation and New Times (edited by Ball, Goodson and Maguire, 2007) that comprises a selection of the most influential papers published over the twenty-one years of the Journal of Education Policy. Raphael Reed's conceptual framework has also been enhanced and developed further in two recent practice-orientated publications for Paul Chapman on Creating Gender Fair Schools and Classrooms: Engendering Social Justice (Raphael Reed and Rae, 2007).
Uncontrolled Keywords:masculinity, schooling, feminist exploration, current debates, interventions, boys in school
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education > Department of Education
ID Code:6602
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Deposited On:22 Jan 2010 15:12
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