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Schooling, Diaspora, and Gender: Being Feminist and Being Different

Georgina Tsolidis
Format
Book
Published
Buckingham ; Phildelphia : Open University, 2001.
Language
English
Series
Feminist Educational Thinking
ISBN
0335196314, 0335196306 (pbk.)
Contents
  • 1 Voicing difference 1
  • 2 Ethnicity as constructed difference: being an 'ethnic woman' in Australia 12
  • Ethnicity and racialization 15
  • Gender and ethnic boundary making and breaking 21
  • Ethnic minority women: their status in Australia 24
  • Southern European women: representations 28
  • 3 Equality OR difference: representations of ethnic minority girls in education policy 34
  • Difference pronounced deficit 36
  • Invisibility of difference 41
  • Difference and the politics of consultation 42
  • Ethnicity and education: equity or pluralism? 44
  • Defining multicultural education 46
  • Challenging the home versus school binary 48
  • 4 Goint out or staying in: sexuality, schooling and assimilation 54
  • Educating Voula 57
  • Gender relations 60
  • A girl's reputation 63
  • Aspirations, migration and class 71
  • Sameness, difference and racism 74
  • 5 'Good' students and 'good' schooling 78
  • Immigration and education 79
  • Categories and common sense 80
  • 'Good' students 82
  • 'Good' but not 'cool' 85
  • On being 'Asian' 86
  • Good schooling 87
  • Racism 90
  • Educating for the 'new times' 95
  • Educating the 'new ethnicities' 97
  • Combining the fashionable and the academic 99
  • 6 A feminist praxis of difference 102
  • Dismantling the difference in the name of post-structuralism 104
  • Collective experience 106
  • Working with students and the politics of truth 109
  • Naming and thus creating 111
  • 7 Equality AND difference 113
  • Culture and schooling 114
  • Diasporizatio 114
  • Diasporic solutions 115
  • Gendering third spaces 118
  • Women's work in cultural re/production 121.
Description
xii, 145 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [134]-143) and index.
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