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eBook Organising Feminisms: The Micropolitics of the Academy (Women's Studies at York Series) ePub

by L. Morley

  • ISBN: 0312216769
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: L. Morley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1999 edition (June 25, 1999)
  • Pages: 215
  • ePub book: 1658 kb
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Women's Studies at York Series LOUISE MORLEY is Lecturer and Director of Graduate Studies in the Institute of Education at the University of Sussex, UK. Her previous posts were at th. .

Women's Studies at York Series. This study of feminism, equity and change in the academy is based on interviews with 40 feminist academics and students in Britain, Sweden and Greece. It consists of feminist readings of the micro-processes of everyday practices. LOUISE MORLEY is Lecturer and Director of Graduate Studies in the Institute of Education at the University of Sussex, UK. Her previous posts were at the University of Reading and in equal opportunities work for the Inner London Education Authority.

This interdisciplinary study of feminism, equity and change in the academy attempts to decode and disentangle gendered message systems and the matrix of power relations in the academy. Based on interviews with forty feminist academics and students in Britain, Sweden and Greece, the book consists of feminist readings of the micro-processes of everyday practices. Change is interrogated in relation to feminist pedagogy, equity, organizational culture, policies and discourses of new right reform, mass expansion and new managerialism. Pages: 225. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan.

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This study of feminism, equity and change in the academy is based on interviews with 40 feminist academics and students in Britain, Sweden and Greece.

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This study of feminism, equity and change in the academy is based on interviews with 40 feminist academics and students in Britain, Sweden and Greece. The research attempts to decode and disentangle gendered message systems and the matrix of power relations in the academy. It consists of feminist readings of the micro-processes of everyday practices. Change is interrogated in relation to feminist pedagogy, equity, organizational culture, policies and discourses of New Right reform, mass expansion and new managerialism.