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Lund, Anna – Gender and Education, 2013
This article engages with gender, performance and embodiment in drama classes in a Swedish context. It presents a case study of how instructors at an academy of dramatic arts integrate theoretical knowledge on gender into their students' creative and pedagogical practice, as well as an analysis of why this approach works. Visualisation of how the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Drama, Case Studies
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Rojas, Yerko – Gender and Education, 2013
Astonishingly little is known about the relationship between high educational achievements and suicidal behaviour among women. This is remarkable given that a woman breaking into traditionally male-dominant spheres is a well established example of social-role marginality. The current study combines fatal and non-fatal suicidal behaviour and…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Suicide, Females, Correlation
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Lenz Taguchi, Hillevi; Palmer, Anna – Gender and Education, 2013
School girls in Sweden are reported to develop psychological (ill)health in relation to their school behaviour and over-achievements. The methods offered as prevention and treatments are aimed at the individual girl's self-management of stress, health and psychological state, putting the responsibility on the girls themselves. This feminist…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Educational Environment, Gender Differences
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Fagrell, Birgitta; Larsson, Hakan; Redelius, Karin – Gender and Education, 2012
Since 1980 the Swedish compulsory school curriculum has stipulated that Physical Education (PE) should be taught co-ed and schools are legally required to promote gender equality. The latest evaluation of PE in Sweden shows that more boys than girls ranked the subject highly and that they had a higher level of activity during the PE lessons.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Physical Education, Females, Sex Fairness
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Danielsson, Anna T. – Gender and Education, 2012
This article explores what it can mean to be a woman physics student. A case study approach is used to explore how five women who are studying physics at a Swedish university simultaneously negotiate their doing of physics and their doing of gender. By conceptualising both gender and learning as aspects of identity formation, the analysis of the…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Females, Physics, Case Studies
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Fahlgren, Siv; Sawyer, Lena – Gender and Education, 2011
This article presents a feminist reading of a Swedish social work academic textbook as a case study. We use a discourse analytic approach and positioning theory, focusing on author positions through different story lines. The aim is to make visible how differences are created and positions of the author/reader normalised in terms of gender,…
Descriptors: Authors, Feminism, Textbooks, Social Work
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Forbes, Joan; Ohrn, Elisabet; Weiner, Gaby – Gender and Education, 2011
This article provides an overview and analysis of the relationship between gender, educational policy, and governance in Scotland and Sweden and the two countries' response to European Union and global legislative and policy change. In Scotland, gender is mainly invisible in recent policies on inclusion, achievement beyond academic attainment, and…
Descriptors: Governance, Foreign Countries, Social Capital, Educational Policy
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Hedlin, Maria – Gender and Education, 2011
The purpose of this article is to elucidate how the girl who chooses technology came to be the symbol of the non-traditional pupil's choice in Sweden. In the early 1960s it was hoped that girls would enter workshop training and then commit themselves to engineering mechanics jobs at a time when Sweden was characterised by economic growth which was…
Descriptors: Females, Career Choice, Foreign Countries, Nontraditional Students
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Holfve-Sabel, Mary-Anne – Gender and Education, 2011
The aim of the study is to compare gender patterns of student attitudes toward school, teachers and peers in grade 6 over time. In 1967-68 and in 2003, 1500 pupils responded to the same 40-item questionnaire. A confirmatory factor analysis was applied. In the gender comparison the within-class level was used. The more traditional school factors,…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Females, Factor Analysis, Grade 6
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Elg, Ulf; Jonnergard, Karin – Gender and Education, 2010
A number of measures have been taken by the society to ensure gender equality in higher education. Nevertheless, women still face great difficulties when pursuing an academic career. Our aim is to increase the understanding of how the society, conceptualised as the organisational field, interacts with organisational factors and personal actions as…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Females, Graduate Students, Disproportionate Representation
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Nystrom, Eva – Gender and Education, 2009
The aim of the project which forms the basis of this article was to make the science classroom more inclusive by challenging discriminatory practices. Science teachers from two secondary schools in Sweden agreed to be involved in an action research project over one year. Each teacher was to carry out a study concerning their own teaching and…
Descriptors: Action Research, Foreign Countries, Science Teachers, Gender Discrimination
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Brandell, Gerd; Staberg, Else-Marie – Gender and Education, 2008
The aim of the current study is to investigate whether Swedish secondary school students perceive mathematics as a female, male or gender-neutral domain. A sample of 1300 students in two age groups, 15- and 17- years, answered a questionnaire and about 50 students participated in interviews. The main part of the inquiry form consists of "Who…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, Mathematics, Gender Issues
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Arreman, Inger Erixon; Weiner, Gaby – Gender and Education, 2007
This paper explores the factors that are at present reconstructing teacher education in Sweden and in other European countries, including professionalization, inherited traditions, feminization and globalization. The authors use as a basis for the paper: documentary analysis and nearly 60 qualitative semi-structured interviews with management and…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Females, Women Faculty
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Hallden, G. – Gender and Education, 1997
Studied narratives written by 141 13- and 14-year-old boys in Sweden on the theme "My Future Family." Narratives were analyzed in relation to how the boys characterized relationships and used "I" and "we." It is argued that the narratives reflect the boys' way of exploring a male identity. (SLD)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Competence, Family (Sociological Unit), Foreign Countries
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Hallden, Gunilla – Gender and Education, 1999
Examines stories written by adolescent boys on the theme, "My Future Family." Stories reflected how boys explored male identity through the main character. Boys completed the assignment differently, connecting to various styles and genres (not found in girls' stories) and portraying widely varying main characters. Stories combined…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Family Life, Foreign Countries, Males
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