Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy

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Carmen Luke, Jennifer Gore
Psychology Press, 1992 - Education - 220 pages
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'Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy' centres around the theoretical effort to construct a feminist pedagogy which will democratize gender relations in the classroom, and practical ways to implement a truly feminist pedagogy.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Progressive Pedagogy and Political Struggle
15
Feminist Politics in Radical Pedagogy
25
What We Can Do For You What Can We Do For You?
54
Why Doesnt this Feel Empowering? Working Through
90
A Feminist Reading
120
Feminist Pedagogy and Emancipatory Possibilities
138
Politics Resistance and Transformation
167
Strategy Struggle and Survival
192
Index
211
Notes on Contributors
219
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About the author (1992)

CARMEN LUKE is a teacher at James Cook University, Queensland, Australia where she lectures on educational sociology and mass communications. She co-edited, with Mike Manley-Casimir, "Children and Television: A Challenge to Education" (Praeger, 1987) and is the author of "Pedagogy, Printing and Protestantism: The Discourse on Childhood" (1989).

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