Men learning to be primary school teachers

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Smedley, Susan May;
(2005)
  • Publisher: Institute of Education, University of London
  • Subject: Men,Self concept,Sex role,Masculinity,Men's education,Teacher education,Primary education

Abstract: Few men choose to become primary school teachers. Those who do move into a world often thought of as feminised and contend with a publiclyvoiced rhetoric which simultaneously idealises and demonises them. It has not been the norm for women to research men. I a... View more
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