A woman's place in education : historical and sociological perspectives on gender and education
- Sara Delamont.
- Aldershot ; Brookfield USA : Avebury, c1996.
- Physical description
- ix, 202 p. ; 23 cm.
- Cardiff papers in qualitative research
- Delamont, Sara, 1947-
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-202).
- Part 1: everday life in today's schools - the female pupil's experiencs-- adolescent resistance to sex equality messages-- the "hit list" and other horrow stories - sex roles and school transfer-- lessons from St Luke's - reflections on a study of Scottish classroom life-- the old girl network - recollections of the field work at St Luke's-- the lost enchantment? refocusing the history of science education for girls.
- Part 2: universities are for women - but you'd never notice it from the Winfield report!-- the great Bangor scandal of 1892-- ghettos and celibacy or, the lion, the witch and the wardrobe-- old fogies and intellectual women - an episode in academic history-- measuring up to the scientific elite Rosalind Franklin and the laureate profile-- murder after suffrage and other stories - feminism and the golden age of the detective story.
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Sara Delamont was the first woman President of Bera in 1984. This volume includes her Presidential address, and a selection of her other papers on gender and education written over the past 25 years.
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