In the revised edition of this popular volume the author looks at processes through which gender is constituted from a poststructuralist perspective: at the usual ways knowledge is constructed in classrooms, the nature of femininities and masculinities and the children's experience of sexuality. It challenges the reader to work with children to allow them to invent, invert and break old structures and speak/write into existence other ways of being.
Publisher: Hampton Press
Number of pages: 248
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