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Martin, Jane – Gender and Education, 2011
A central principle of 1970s feminism was a concern with making women visible and the historical creation of women's public voices is an important methodological premise of feminist research. When written, biographies of female actors "recovered" from the condescension of posterity, can illuminate the telling of individual and collective…
Descriptors: Females, Biographies, Intellectual History, Change Agents
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Cuban, Sondra – Gender and Education, 2010
The feminisation of migration is absent in policy and programmatic discourses on adult education in the USA and England. This paper uses an intersectional framework and feminist transnational methodology to probe this concept and its implications for women migrants and their education and advancement. (Contains 6 notes.)
Descriptors: Females, Adult Education, Foreign Countries, Migration
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Greany, Kate – Gender and Education, 2008
Participatory literacy programmes in developing countries are often seen as an important tool for women's empowerment and equality. This article problematises the way in which evaluation of progress towards these goals is couched in a linear trajectory, and often fails to uncover the messy reality of women's negotiations to achieve their own aims.…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Sex Stereotypes, Females, Foreign Countries