Inequalities in the Teaching Profession

A Global Perspective
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(232 Seiten)
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ISBN-13:
9781137328601
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
232
Autor:
M. Moreau
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Countering the commonplace view of teaching as inclusive, this collection highlights the persistence of inequalities in the teaching profession. It explores the ways in which gender, ethnicity, social class and other identity markers shape teachers' experiences in a range of institutional and national contexts.
1. Introduction: Theorising and Mapping Inequalities in the Teaching Profession; Marie-Pierre Moreau 2. A Global Concern: Creating a Diverse Teaching Force for Marginalised Communities in Japan, the UK, the USA, China and Bhutan; June A. Gordon 3. A Question of Role and Respect: The Status of Female Teachers in Societies in Change; Jill Sperandio 4. Who Counts as a 'Real' Teacher? Australian Teachers as Respectable, Conservative - and White; Ninetta Santoro 5. Grumpy Old Teachers? An Insight into the Life Experiences of Veteran Teachers; Nicky Watts 6. Bodies and Binaries: An Examination of Women Teachers in the USA; Christine Mallozzi 7. Negotiating Sexualities, Constructing Possibilities: Teachers and Diversity; Jukka Lehtonen, Tarja Palmu and Elina Lahelma 8. Lesbian and Gay Teachers: Negotiating Subjectivities in Sydney Schools; Tania Ferfolja 9. Making Sense of their Career Pathways: The Work Narratives of Women Primary School Principals in Hong Kong; Anita K. W. Chan 10. Examining the Racial Politics and Public Discourse of the African American Teacher in the USA; Antony L. Brown and Keffrelyn Brown 11. The Limits of Role Modelling as a Policy Frame for Addressing Equity Issues in the Teaching Profession; Wayne J. Martino 12. Conclusion; Marie-Pierre Moreau
Countering the commonplace view of teaching as inclusive, this collection highlights the persistence of inequalities in the teaching profession. It explores the ways in which gender, ethnicity, social class and other identity markers shape teachers' experiences in a range of institutional and national contexts.

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