School policies, gender-sex-sexuality and ethno-cultural re-production in Sweden, Canada and Germany
- Zvi Bekerman
- Thomas Geisen
Summary, in English
policies in Sweden; Canada; and Germany. Policies concerning young people’s negotiations of gender-sex-sexuality in schools draw on specific understandings of societal belonging and cohesion.
Invariably such policies are part of national discourses regarding
values and norms of gender and relationships; informed by concepts
of ethnicized belonging. Furthermore; the analysis of school policy
texts allows insights into conceptualizations of young people
and their societal role in the context of ongoing neo-liberal reconfigurations of schools and societies.
- Department of Gender Studies
International Handbook of Migration, Minorities and Education. Understanding Cultural and Social Differences in Processes of Learning
- Gender Studies
- Schooling Gender-Sex-Sexuality. Politics and policy approaches