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Title Feminisms and pedagogies of everyday life / edited by Carmen Luke.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 1996.

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Subject Feminism and education.
Critical pedagogy.
Social learning.
Women -- Socialization.
Sex role.
Alt Name Luke, Carmen.
Description 1 online resource (vii, 327 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Learning identities and differences / Patricia Dudgeon, Darlene Oxenham, and Glenis Grogan -- Women and friendships : pedagogies of care and relationality / Elisabeth Porter -- Motherhood as pedagogy : developmental psychology and the accounts of mothers of young children / Anne Woollett and Ann Phoenix -- Learning to be a man : dilemmas and contradictions of masculine experience / David Morgan -- Hunger as ideology / Susan Bardo -- "Girls' Mags" and the pedagogical formation of the girl / Kerry Carrington and Anna Bennett -- Childhood and parenting in children's popular culture and childcare magazines / Carmen Luke -- Play for profit / Susan Willis -- Women in the Holocene : ethnicity, fantasy, and the film The joy luck club / Rey Chow -- The pedagogy of shame / Sandra Lee Bartky -- Reconsidering the notions of voice and experience in critical pedagogy / Anneliese Kramer-Dahl -- Legal pedagogy as authorized silence(s) / Zillah Eisenstein -- Everyday life in the academy : postmodernist feminisms, generic seductions, rewriting and being heard / Terry Threadgold.
Note Print version record.
Summary Annotation Despite the intimidating reference to pedagogy in the title, the anthology is true to the encompassing notion of feminism as a foundation from which theories and disciplines can emanate in order to voice a variety of experience. The American, British, and Australian scholars provide compelling essays on identity, friendship, motherhood, hunger, the media, parenting, childcare, shame, and the silencing influences of legal systems and the academy. Unusual for this type of collection is a lone wolf contribution about learning to be a man--the "other half" viewpoint by which feminism marks its progress. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Note English.
ISBN 0585043213 (electronic bk.)
9780585043210 (electronic bk.)
9780791429655 (alk. paper)
0791429652 (alk. paper)
9780791429662 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
0791429660 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 42330785
Additional Format Print version: Feminisms and pedagogies of everyday life. Albany : State University of New York Press, 1996 0791429652 (DLC) 96001356 (OCoLC)34116577
Table of Contents
 Introduction / Carmen Luke1
1Learning Identities and Differences / Patricia Dudgeon, Darlene Oxenham, Glenis Grogan31
2Women and Friendships: Pedagogies of Care and Relationality / Elisabeth Porter56
3Motherhood as Pedagogy: Developmental Psychology and the Accounts of Mothers of Young Children / Anne Woollett, Ann Phoenix80
4Learning to Be a Man: Dilemmas and Contradictions of Masculine Experience / David Morgan103
5Hunger as Ideology / Susan Bordo119
6"Girls' Mags" and the Pedagogical Formation of the Girl / Kerry Carrington, Anna Bennett147
7Childhood and Parenting in Children's Popular Culture and Childcare Magazines / Carmen Luke167
8Play for Profit / Susan Willis188
9Women in the Holocene: Ethnicity, Fantasy, and the Film The Joy Luck Club / Rey Chow204
10The Pedagogy of Shame / Sandra Lee Bartky225
11Reconsidering the Notions of Voice and Experience in Critical Pedagogy / Anneliese Kramer-Dahl242
12Legal Pedagogy as Authorized Silence(s) / Zillah Eisenstein263
13Everyday Life in the Academy: Postmodernist Feminisms, Generic Seductions, Rewriting and Being Heard / Terry Threadgold280

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