Subject: teachers; school discipline; 1960s; masculinities; femininities; compulsory school
A historical perspective may provide important insights for understanding contemporary discussions and the expectations attached to women and men in today’s teaching. The role of gendered meanings in relation to teachers’ work is explored in this article by focusing on ... View more
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