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Gender Issues in Language Learning

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Abstract

Gender and education is a broad category where several thematic strands of inquiry emerge: socialization in schools, the social experience of schooling, textbooks, books, curriculum, educational attainment, educators/education workers, higher education, and cross-cultural educational practices. Many of the articles in each of these sub-categories may also be cross-referenced across these thematic areas as well. An interesting trend in the scholarship is the movement from primarily gender studies in the early days of Gender-Society, to a greater intersectional contemporary focus as well as increased scholarship contexts.

Keywords

Gender
Gender bias
pedagogical level
gender issues

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The author (s) declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

References

1. Fox, Mary Frank, Gerhard Sonnert, and Irina Nikiforova. 2011. Programs for Undergraduate Women in Science and Engineering: Issues, Problems, and Solutions. Gender & Society 25(5): pp. 589-615.
2. Adam and Kimberly Kelly. 2011. Equity or Essentialism?: U.S. Courts and the Legitimation of Girls’ Teams in High School Sport. Gender & Society 25(2): pp.227-249.
3. Kane, Emily W. and Else K. Kyyrö. 2001. For Whom Does Education Enlighten?: Race, Gender, Education, and Beliefs about Social Inequality. Gender & Society (15)5:710-733.

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  • Submitted
    9 May 2022
  • Revised
    9 May 2022
  • Published
    9 May 2022