6. Growing up male

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: For material on schooling and education in particular, see "Boys and schooling" below. For material on raising sons, see "Fatherhood and Families" below. For material on working with boys, see the section "Working With Boys" below. For material on men in childcare, see the section below.

a) Boys and masculinities

(i) The best reading

Barker, Gary. (2005), Dying to be Men: Youth, Masculinities and Social Exclusion. Routledge, London.

Barker, Gary, and C. Ricardo. (2005), Young Men and the Construction of Manhood in sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for HIV/AIDS, Conflict and Violence. Background document prepared for the World Bank.

Canada, Geoffrey. (1998). Reaching Up for Manhood: Transforming the Lives of Boys in America. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Chu, Judy Y., and Niobe Way. (2004). Adolescent Boys: Exploring diverse cultures of boyhood. New York University Press.

Davison, K., and B. Frank. (eds). (2001). Masculinities, Sexualities and Schooling. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood.

Epstein, Debbie. (ed.). (2001). Men and Masculinities. Special Issue: Disciplining and Punishing Masculinities. 4(2), October.
Includes;
Epstein, Debbie. Disciplining and Punishing Masculinities: An Introduction.
Fitzclarence, Lindsay and Christopher Hickey. Real Footballers Don’t Eat Quiche: Old Narratives in New Times.
Morrell, Robert. Corporal Punishment and Masculinity in South African Schools. pp. 140-157.
Epstein, Debbie, Mary Kehily, Mairtin Mac an Ghaill and Peter Redman. Boys and Girls Come Out to Play: Making Masculinities and Femininities in School Playgrounds. pp. 158-172 .
Kehily, Mary. Bodies in School: Young Men, Embodiment, and Heterosexual Masculinities .
Redman, Peter. The Discipline of Love: Negotiation and Regulation in Boys’ Performance of a Romance-Based Heterosexual Masculinity.

Frosh, Stephen, Ann Phoenix, and Rob Pattman. (2002). Young Masculinities: Understanding Boys in Contemporary Society. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave.
Introduction.
Boys Talk.
Lads, Machos and Others: Developing ‘Boy-Centred’ Research.
‘Hegemonic’ Masculinities.
Boys Talking About Girls.
Girls About Boys.
Ethnic Identity, ‘Race’ and Young Masculinities.
Policing Young Masculinities.
Boys and Schooling.
On the Way to Adulthood: Relationships with Parents.

Garbarino, James. (1999). Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them. New York: Free Press.

Gurian, Michael. (1996). The Wonder of Boys: What Parents, Mentors and Educators Can Do to Shape Boys Into Exceptional Men. New York: Tarcher/Putnam.

Gurian, Michael. (1999). The Good Son: Shaping the Moral Development of Our Boys and Young Men. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.

Hartley-Brewer, Elizabeth. (2001). Raising Confident Boys: 100 tips for parents and teachers. Cambridge, MA: Fisher Books.

Harrison, Lyn, and Deana Leahy. (eds.). (2002). Health Education Australia, Special issue: Young Males, their Health and Responsive Health Education. 2(2).
Includes;
Boys’ health, boys’ education and health education for boys / Lori Beckett.
Counting the cost of alienation and abuse in schools / Christopher Hickey.
Bacteria, bottles and buddies: Some issues for health educators working with young males / Lindsay Fitzclarence.
Working with same-sex attracted young peopole in schools in order to minimise harassment and to support sexual diversity / Michael Crowhurst.
Pathways to Manhood: The social and sexual ordering of young men’s lives / Michael Flood.
Young men, masculinity and health / Richard de Visser.
Sex Happens: An education program for senior AFL players / Lea Trafford and Kathy McNamee.
Boys’ health program / Kaye Mills.
Eating disorders in males? / Reinhild Robertson and John Doherty.

Hawkes, Tim. (2001). Boy Oh Boy: How to Raise and Educate Boys. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

Horne, Arthur M., and Mark S. Kiselica. (eds). (1999). Handbook of Counseling Boys and Adolescent Males: A Practitioner’s Guide. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Contents.
Preface: For the Sake of Our Nation’s Sons / Kiselica, Mark S; Horne, Arthur M.
Pt. I. Developmental Considerations
Pt. II. Cultural Considerations
Pt. III. Special Populations
1. Growing Up Male: The Development of Mature Masculinity / Jolliff, David; Horne, Arthur M.
2. A Cultural Critique of Current Practices of Male Adolescent Identity Formation / Spielberg, Warren
3. Male Career Development in the Formative Years / Brown, Steve D.
4. Promoting Life Skills for Adolescent Males Through Sport / Hodge, Ken; Danish, Steven J.
5. Counseling African American Male Youth / Leonard, Shawn; Lee, Courtland C; Kiselica, Mark S.
6. Counseling Asian American Boys and Adolescent Males / Sue, David
7. Hispanic American Boys and Adolescent Males / Arcaya, Jose
8. Helping Native American Indian and Alaska Native Male Youth / Herring, Roger D
9. Counseling Non-Hispanic White Boys / Powell, K. Lynn; Kiselica, Mark S; Cunningham, Allison
10. Counseling Gay Adolescents / Barber, Jill; Mobley, Michael
11. Counseling Teen Fathers / Kiselica, Mark S.
12. Abused Boys and Adolescents: Out of the Shadows / Cabe, Neil
13. Treating Adolescent Sex Offenders / Jolliff, David; Newbauer, John Blanks, Bill
14. Helping Mentally Retarded Boys and Their Families / Dean, James; Kiselica, Mark S.
15. Counseling Anxious Male Youth / Keat, Donald B.
16. Counseling Depressed Boys / Caldwell, Chris
17. Counseling Boys With Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder / Tripp, Gail; Sutherland, Dougald M.
18. Bullies and Victims: A Theme of Boys and Adolescent Males / Newman, Dawn A; Horne, Arthur M.; Webster, Cynthia B.
19. Counseling the Juvenile Offender / Calhoun, Georgia B; Glaser, Brian A; Bartolomucci, Christi L.
20. Counseling Substance-Abusing Young Males / Page, Richard C.

Kenway, Jane, and Sue Willis, with J. Blackmore and L. Rennie. (1997). Answering Back: Girls, Boys and Feminism in Schools. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Kindlon, Dan, and Michael Thompson. (1999). Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys. New York: Ballantine.

Kipnis, Aaron. (1999). Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help ‘Bad Boys’ Become Good Men. San Francisco: Jossey Bass Publishers.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2000). What About the Boys?. WEEA Digest. November. Newton, MA: Women’s Educational Equity Act Resource Centre.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2000). A War Against Boys? Tikkun v 15 no 6, Nov/Dec., pp. 57-60.

Kivel, Paul. (1999). Boys Will be Men: Raising Our Sons for Courage, Caring and Community. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.

Lloyd, Trefor. (1997). ‘Let’s Get Changed Lads’: Developing Work With Boys and Young Men. London: Working With Men.

Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (1994). The Making of Men: Masculinities, Sexualities and Schooling. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Martino, Wayne, and Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli. (eds). (2001). Boys’ Stuff: Boys Talking About What Matters. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

O’Donnell, Mike, and Sue Sharpe. (2000). Uncertain Masculinities: Youth, Ethnicity and Class in Contemporary Britain. London & New York: Routledge

Pease, Bob. (2002). Growing Up Male: Masculinities and boyhood. Chapter 4 in Men and Gender Relations. Melbourne: Tertiary Press.

Phillips, Angela. (1993). The Trouble With Boys: Parenting the Men of the Future. London: Pandora.

Plummer, David. (1999). One of the Boys: Masculinity, Homophobia, and Modern Manhood. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Pollack, William. (1998). Real Boys: Rescuing our Sons From the Myths of Boyhood. New York: Random House.

Pollack, William, and T. Shuster. (2000). Real Boys’ Voices. New York: Random House.

Salisbury, Jonathon, and David Jackson. (1996). Challenging Macho Values: Practical Ways of Working With Adolescent Boys. London: Falmer Press.

Silverstein, Olga, and Beth Rashbaum. (1994). The Courage to Raise Good Men. New York: Viking.

Swain, Jon. (2005). Masculinities in Education. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Thompson, Michael. (2000). Speaking of Boys: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Raising Sons. Sydney: Simon & Schuster.

 

(ii) Further works

Abbott, Franklin. (ed.). (1993). Boyhood, Growing Up Male: A Multicultural Anthology. Freedom, California: The Crossing Press.

Alan-Williams, Greg. (1997). Boys to Men: Maps for the Journey. Doubleday.

Alloway, N., and P. Gilbert. (1997). Video Game Culture: Playing With Masculinity, Violence and Pleasure. In Howard, S. (ed.). Wired-Up: Young People and the electronic Media. London: Taylor & Francis.

Anderson, Kristin J., and Christina Accomando. (2002). ‘Real’ Boys? Manufacturing masculinity and erasing privilege in popular books on raising boys. Feminism & Psychology, 12(4), pp. 491-516.

Arcana, Judith. (1983). Every Mother’s Son: The Role of Mothers in the Making of Men. London: Women’s Press.

Archer, Louise, and Hiromi Yamashita. (2003). Theorising Inner-city Masculinities: ‘Race’, class, gender and education. Gender & Education, 15(2), pp. 115-132.

Archer, Louise. (2001). ‘Muslim Brothers, Black Lads, Traditional Asians’: British Muslim Young Men’s Constructions of Race, Religion and Masculinity. Feminism & Psychology. 11(1 Special Issue SI):79-105, Feb.

Ashley, M. (2006). You sing like a girl? An exploration of ‘boyness’ through the treble voice. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(2): 193-205.

Ashley, Martin. (2003). Primary School Boys’ Identity Formation and the Male Role Model: an exploration of sexual identity and gender identity in the UK through attachment theory. Sex Education, 3(3), November, pp. 257-270.

Askew, Sue. Aggressive Behaviour in Boys: To What Extent is it Institutionalised?. In Tattum and Lane Bullying in Schools.

Bamberg, M. (2004). Form and functions of ‘slut bashing’ in male identity constructions in 15-year-olds. Human Development, 47(6): 331-353.

Barker, Gary. (1998). Non-violent males in violent settings: An exploratory, qualitative study of pro-social low income adolescent males in two Chicago (USA) neighborhoods. Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 5, pp. 437-461.

Barker, Gary. (1998). WHO Survey on Programs Working With Adolescent Boys and Young Men, Summary Report Latin American, Caribbean, US. WHO.

Barker, Gary. (2000). Gender equitable boys in a gender inequitable world: Reflections from qualitative research and programme development in Rio de Janeiro. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Volume 15, Number 3, August, pp. 263-282.

Beausay, William. (2001). Teenage Boys!: Shaping the Man Inside: Surviving & Enjoying These Extraordinary Years. [Expanded ed.]; Colorado Springs, Colo.: WaterBrook Press.

Benyon, J. (1989). A School for Men: An Ethnographic Case Study of Routine Violence in Schools. In Walker, S. and Burton, L. (eds). Politics and the Process of Schooling, Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Biddulph, Steve. (1997). Raising Boys. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Black, Donald W., and C. Lindon Larson. (2000). Bad Boys, Bad Men: Confronting Antisocial Personality Disorder. Oxford University Press.

Bowser, Benjamin P. (ed.). (1991). Black Male Adolescents: Parenting and Education in Community Context. Lanham: University Press of America.

Boyd-Franklin, Nancy. (2001). Boys Into Men: Raising Our African American Teenage Sons. Plume.

Brake, Mike. (1980). The Invisible Girl: The Culture of Femininity Versus Masculinism. Chapter 5 in The Sociology of Youth Cultures and Sub-Cultures. Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Branche, C. (1998). Boys in Conflict: Community, gender, identity and sex. Paper presented at workshop on Family and the Quality of Gender Relations, UWI, March 1997, Mona, Jamaica.

Branche, C. (2002). Ambivalence, sexuality and violence in the construction of Caribbean masculinity: Dangers for boys in Jamaica. In C.Barrow (ed.) Children’s Rights: Caribbean Realities; Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, Jamaica.

Buckingham, Jennifer. (2000). Boy Troubles: Understanding Rising Suicide, Rising Crime and Educational Failure. Sydney: Centre for Independent Studies

Campbell, Bea. (1993). Goliath. London: Methuen.

Carlson, Dale Bick, and Carol Nicklaus. (1980). Boys Have Feelings Too: Growing up Male for Boys. Scribner.

Caron, Ann F. (1994). Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Raising Boys in the ‘90s. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Carter, S. (1981). Male Chauvinism: A Developmental Process. In Lewis, Robert A. (ed.). Men in Difficult Times. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Children Now. (1999). Boys to Men: Media Messages About Masculinity. Oakland, CA: Children Now.

Chodorow, Nancy. (1978). The Reproduction of Mothering. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Chu, Judy. (2005). Adolescent Boys’ Friendships and Peer Group Culture. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, no. 107.

Clement, Priscilla Ferguson, and Jacqueline S. Reinier. (eds). (2001). Boyhood in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.

Connell, R.W. (1993). Disruptions: Improper Masculinities and Schooling. In Weis, Lois and Fine, Michelle. (eds). Beyond Silenced voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools. New York: State University of New York Press.

Consalvo, Mia. (2003). The Monsters Next Door: Media Constructions of Boys and Masculinity. Feminist Media Studies, March, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 27-45.

Corrigan, Philip. (1988). The Making of the Boy: Meditations on What Grammar School Did With, To, and For My Body. Journal of Education, 170(3), Fall, pp. 142-161.

Coulter, Rebecca P. (2003). Boys Doing Good: Young men and gender equity. Educational Review, 55(2).

Curtin, Aoife, and Denis Linehan. (2002). Where the boys are: Teenagers, masculinity and a sense of place. Irish Geography 35(1), pp. 63-74.

Dalley-Trim, Leanne. (2006). Just boys being boys? Youth Studies Australia, v.25, n.3, September, pp.26-33.

Danby, Susan, and Carolyn Baker. (1998). How To Be Masculine in the Block Area. Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, v5 n2 May, pp. 151-75

Davis, James Earl. (2001). Black boys at school: Negotiating masculinities and race. pp. 169-182; IN: Majors, Richard. (ed.). Educating our Black children: New directions and radical approaches; London & New York: Routledge/Falmer.

Dobson, James C. (2001). Bringing Up Boys. Wheaton, Ill.: Tyndale House Publishers.

Donald, Nancy. (2001). The Graffiti Subculture: Youth, masculinity, and identity in London and New York. New York: Palgrave.
Shout Outs (As They Say).
1. Introduction.
2. Climbing Down Off the Fence: Locating Our Standpoint and Values.
3. Are Theories of Subculture Too Class Oriented?.
4. I Woz ‘Ere: Tales from the Field.
5. Going Underground: A Journey into the Graffiti Subculture.
6. Constructive Destruction: Graffiti as a Tool for Making Masculinity.
7. Keeping Its Distance: The Subculture’s Separation from the ‘Outside World’.
8. Making a World of Difference: The Personal Benefits of Subcultural Membership.

Drummond, Murray. (2003). The Meaning of Boys’ Bodies in Physical Education. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(2), Winter.

Edley, Nigel. (2001). Analysing Masculinity: Interpretative Repertoires, Ideological Dilemmas and Subject Positions. pp. 189-228; IN: Simeon Yates, Stephanie Taylor and Margaret Wetherell. (eds) Discourse as data: A guide for analysis; London & Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Eggerton, Peter et. al. (1995). Young Men Speaking Out. London: Health Education Authority (160 Interviews).

Engebretson, Kathleen. (2006). Identity, Masculinity and Spirituality: A Study of Australian Teenage Boys. Journal of Youth Studies, Volume 9, Number 1, February 2006, pp. 91-110.

Epstein, Debbie et. al. (eds). (1999). Failing Boys. Open University Press.

Eveslage, Scott T., and Kevin J. Delaney. (1996). Trash Talking: Discourse and Masculinity on a Boy’s High School Basketball Team. Association Paper, American Sociological Association (ASA) .

Faludi, Susan. (1999). Girls Have All The Power. Chapter Three in Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man. William Morrow & Company.

Ferguson, Ann. (1994). Boys Will Be Boys: Defiant Acts and the Social Construction of Black Masculinity. Doctoral Dissertation. Berkeley: University of California.

Ferrere, Debbie. (1989). A Quiet Revolution (feminists with sons). Broadsheet, June.

Fine, Gary Alan. (1987). With the Boys: Little League Baseball and Preadolescent Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Fine, Gary Alan. (1992). The Dirty Play of Little Boys. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition).

Flood, M. (2005). Boys, Young Men and Gender Equality. Presentation, United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, Panel: Future perspectives on the promotion of gender equality: Through the eyes of young women and men, New York, 9 March. [Copy available free from author upon request.]

Frank, Blye, and Kevin G. Davison. (eds). (2000). Journal of Men’s Studies, Special Issue: Boys, Men, Masculinity, and Education, 8(2), Winter.
Includes;
Guest Editorial / Blye Frank and Kevin G. Davison.
Toxic shock: Understanding Violence Against Young Males in the Workplace / Jane Kenway, Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Lindsay Hasluck.
Boys on the Road: Masculinities, Car Culture, and Road Safety / Linley Walker, Dianne Butland, and Robert Connell.
Where’s the Identity in Identification? Masculinity, School, and Self in Sweden and the Netherlands / Alan Segal.
Rethinking (Male) Gendered Sexualities in Education: What About the British Heteros? / Mairtin Mac an Ghaill.
Policing Masculinities: Investigating the Role of Homophobia and Heteronormativity in the Lives of Adolescent School Boys / Wayne Martino (pp. 213-236).
Habitus Issues: Teachers’ Understandings of Homosexuality and Body Image / Carmel DesMarchelier.
Boys’ Bodies in School: Physical Education / Kevin G. Davison.

Friedman, Brook. (1986). Redefining Masculinity for Young Men and Boys. In Linking Men’s Services, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre, Adelaide.

Galilee, John. (2002). Class Consumption: Understanding Middle-Class Young Men and their Fashion Choices. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.

Gender and Education. (1999). Special Issue. 11(4), December. Includes;
Francis, Becky. Modernist Reductionism or Post-structuralist Relativism: can we Move on? An Evaluation of the arguments in Relation to Feminist Educational Research.
James, Pauline. Masculinities Under Reconstruction: Classroom Pedagogy and Cultural Change..
Burton, Leone. Fables: The tortoise? The Hare? The Mathematically Underachieving Male?.
Yeoman, Elizabeth. How does it get Into my Imagination?: Elementary School Children’s Intertextual Knowledge and Gendered Storylines.
Gorard, Stephen, Rees, Gareth & Salisbury, Jane. Reappraising the apParent Underachievement of Boys at School.
Sumsion, Jennifer. Critical Reflections on the Experiences of a Male Early Childhood Worker.
Halldén, Gunilla. ‘To be, or not to be’: Absurd and humoristic Descriptions as a Strategy to avoid idyllic Life Stories - Boys write About Family Life.

Glennon, Will, Jeanne Elium, and Don Elium. (2000). 200 Ways to Raise a Boy’s Emotional Intelligence: An Indispensible Guide for Parents, Teachers & Other Concerned Caregivers. Conari Press.

Goodey, Jo. (1998). Understanding racism and masculinity: Drawing on research with boys aged eight to sixteen. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 26, pp. 393-418.

Grant, Julia. (2004). A “Real Boy” and Not a Sissy: Gender, childhood, and masculinity, 1890-1940. Journal of Social History, Summer, 37(4).

Grasmuck, S., and J. Goldwater. (2005). Protecting Home: Class, Race and Masculinity in Boys’ Baseball. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Grimsley, Alan. (1983). Sexuality and Masculinity: Sex Education for the Teenage Boy. Healthright, 3(1), November.

Haavind, Hanne. (2003). Masculinity by rule-breaking: Cultural contestations in the transitional move from being a child to being a young male. Nora: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 11 Number 2, August.

Hall, Clare. (2005). Gender and boys’ singing in early childhood. British Journal of Music Education, 22, no. 1: 5-20.

Hantover, Jeffrey P. (1992). The Boy Scouts and the Validation of Masculinity. In Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition) (First Published in 1978 in Journal of Social Issues, 34(1)).

Harland, Ken. (1997). Young Men Talking: Voices From Belfast. London: Working With Men.

Hartig, Kate. (2000). Claiming the Freeway: Young male drivers in pursuit of independence, space and masculinity. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. 5(1), June.

Hartley, R. (1974). Sex Role Pressures and the Socialisation of the Male Child. In Pleck, Joseph H. and Sawyer, Jack. (eds). Men and Masculinity, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Hasbrook, C. A., and O. Harris. (1999). Wrestling with Gender: Physicality and Masculinities among Inner-City First and Second Graders. Men and Masculinities, 1(3): 302-318.

Haywood, Chris, and Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (1996). ‘What About the Boys?’: Regendered Local Labour Markets and the Recomposition of Working-Class Masculinities. British Journal of Education and Work, 9(1).

Hearn, Jeff. (1998). Troubled Masculinities in Social Policy Discourses: Young Men. Chapter 2 in Hearn, Jeff, Oakley, Ann, Edwards, Jeanette and Popay, Jennie. (eds). Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare. London: Routledge.

Hickey, Christopher, Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Russell Matthews. (eds). (2000). Where The Boys Are: Masculinity, Sport and Education. Melbourne: Deakin University Press.

Hite, Shere. (1981). Being Male. Chapter 1 in The Hite Report on Male Sexuality. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Hoff Sommers, Christina. (2000). The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men. Simon & Schusters.

Hopkins, Jeff. (2000). Signs of Masculinism in an ‘Uneasy’ Place: Advertising for ‘Big Brothers’, Gender, Place and Culture - A Journal of Feminist Geography, 7(1), March.

Hughson, John. (1999). The Boys in Blue and the Bad Blue Boys: A Case Study of Interactive Relations Between the Police and Ethnic Youth in Western Sydney. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34(2), May.

Imms, Wesley. (2003). Boys talk about ‘doing art’: Some implications for masculinity discussion. Australian Art Education, v.26, no.1: 29-37.

Inner City Education Centre. (1985). Boys Own: Boys, Sexism and Change. Stanmore, NSW: Inner City Education Centre.

Jackson, David. (1990). ‘One of the Boys’: Male Bonding and Masculinities. Chapter 8 in Unmasking Masculinity: A Critical Autobiography. London: Unwin Hyman.

Jóhannesson, Ingólfur Ásgeir. (2004). To teach boys and girls: a pro-feminist perspective on the boys’ debate in Iceland. Educational Review, 56(1): 33-42.

Keddie, Amanda. (2003). On Leadership and Fitting In: Dominant Understandings of Masculinities within an Early Primary Peer Group. The Australian Educational Researcher, Volume 30, Number 1, April, pp. 83-100.

Kehily, M. (2001). Bodies in School: Young Men, Embodiment, and Heterosexual Masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 4(2): 173-185.

Kehily, M. J. (1997). ‘Lads and Laughter’: humour and the production of heterosexual hierarchies. Gender and Education, 9(1): 69-88.

Kerr, Barbara A., and Sanford J. Cohn. (2001). Smart Boys: Talent, manhood, and the search for meaning. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Gifted Psychology Press.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2000). The Gendered Society. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press
Includes;
2. Ordained by Nature: Biology Constructs the Sexes.
3. Spanning the World: Cross-cultural Constructions of Gender.
4. ‘So, That Explains It’: Psychological Perspectives on Gender Development.
5. Inequality and Difference: The Social Construction of Gender Relations.
6. The Gendered Family.
7. The Gendered Classroom.
8. The Gendered Workplace.
9. Gendered Intimacies: Friendship and Love.
10. Gendered Sexualities.
11. The Gender of Violence.
Epilogue: A Degendered Society?.

Korobov, N. (2004). Inoculating Against Prejudice: A Discursive Approach to Homophobia and Sexism in Adolescent Male Talk. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, Volume 5, Issue 2, July, pp. 178-189.

Korobov, N. (2005). Ironizing Masculinity: How Adolescent Boys Negotiate Hetero-Normative Dilemmas in Conversational Interaction. Journal of Men’s Studies, Winter, Vol. 13, Iss. 2.

Korobov, N., and M. Bamberg. (2004). Positioning a ‘mature’ self in interactive practices: How adolescent males negotiate ‘physical attraction’ in group talk. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22: 471-492.

Korobov, N., and M. Bamberg. (2004). Positioning a ‘mature’ self in interactive practices: How adolescent males negotiate ‘physical attraction’ in group talk. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22: 471-492.

Kusz, K. W. (2001). “I Want to be the Minority”: The Politics of Youthful White Masculinities in Sport and Popular Culture in 1990s America. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(4): 390-416.

Kwon, Soo Ah. (2004). Autoexoticizing: Asian American Youth and the Import Car Scene. Journal of Asian American Studies, 7(1): 1-26.

Laberge, S., and M. Albert. (1999). Conceptions of Masculinity and of Gender Transgressions in Sport among Adolescent Boys: Hegemony, Contestation, and Social Class Dynamic. Men and Masculinities, 1(3): 243-267.

Lahoucine, O., and R. Morrell. (eds). (2005). African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the Late Nineteenty Century to the Present. New York and South Africa: Palgrave Macmillan and KwaZulu-Natal Press.
Includes;
Violence and the Gendered Negotiation of Masculinity Among Young Black School Boys in South Africa; D.Bhana
‘Ugandans’, Cats and Others: Constructing Student Masculinities at the University of Botswana; R.Pattman.

Lees, Sue. (1999). Will Boys Be Left on the Shelf?. Chapter Three in Jagger, Gill and Wright, Caroline. (eds). Changing Family Values. London & New York: Routledge.

Lewis, Magda, and Barbara Karin. (1994). Queer Stories/Straight Talk: Tales From the School Playground. Theory Into Practice, 33(3), Summer, pp. 199-205 .

Lichtenberg, Greg. Playing Catch With My Mother.

Lloyd, Trefor. (1996). Young Men’s Health. Northern Ireland: Youth Action and Health Promotion Agency.

Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (1996). ‘What About the Boys?’ Schooling, Class and Crisis Masculinity. Sociological Review, 44(3), August, pp. 381-397.

Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (2001). Student Peer Groups and Masculinity. In: Abercrombie, Nicholas and Warde, Alan. (eds). The Contemporary British Society Reader. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

Macdonald, Ron, and Trudi Cooper. (1998). Young Gay Men and Suicide: A report of a study exploring the reasons which young men give for suicide ideation. Youth Studies Australia, v.17 n.4, pp.23-27.

Marcell, A. V., F. L. Sonenstein, and J. H. Pleck. (2006). Adolescent male’s masculinity ideology: Testing of a conceptual framework. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38(2): 105-106.

Marcell, Arik V., Freya L. Sonenstein, and Joseph H. Pleck (2006). Adolescent male’s masculinity ideology: Testing of a conceptual framework. Journal of Adolescent Health, Volume 38, Issue 2, February: 105-106.

Marchbank, Jen. (2002). The Lost Boys. (Review essay) Gender & Education, 14(2), pp. 199-202.

Marsden, John. (1998). Secret Men’s Business: Manhood: The Big Gig. Sydney: Pan Macmillan.

Martinez, Angel Luis. (1990). Caring About Boys. Passages. Summer; 10(2):1-3.

Martino, Wayne, and Bronwyn Mellor. (1994). Gendered Fictions. Cottesloe: Chalkface Press .

Martino, Wayne. (1999). ‘Cool Boys’, ‘Party Animals’, ‘Squids’ and ‘Poofters’: Interrogating the Dynamics and Politics of Adolescent Masculinities in School. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20(2), pp. 239-263.

Marusza, Julia. (1997). Skill School Boys: Masculine Identity Formation Among White Boys in an Urban High School Vocational Autoshop Program. Urban Review, v29 n3, September, pp. 175-87

McCann, Rex. (2000). On Their Own: Boys Growing Up Underfathered. Sydney: Finch.

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McDowell, Linda. (2001). “It’s That Linda, Again”: Ethical, practical and political issues involved in longitudinal research with young men. Ethics, Place and Environment, 4(2), pp. 87-100.

McDowell, Linda. (2001). Working With Young Men. Geographical Review. Vol. 91 No. 1/2, Jan-April.

McDowell, Linda. (2002). Transitions to Work: Masculine identities, youth inequality and labour market change. Gender, Place and Culture - A Journal of Feminist Geography, 1 March, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 39-59.

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Phoenix, A. (2004). Developing masculinities: Interrogating positioning in group talk. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22: 493.

Phoenix, A., and S. Frosh. (2001). Positioned by ‘Hegemonic’ Masculinities: A Study of London Boys’ Narratives of Identity. Australian Psychologist. 36(1):27-35, Feb.

Phoenix, Ann. (2004). Developing masculinities: Interrogating positioning in group talk. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22, November: 493-497.

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Prendergast, Shirley, and Simon Forrest. (1998). ‘Shorties, Low-Lifers, Hardnuts and Kings’: Boys, Emotions and Embodiment in School. In Bendelow, Gillian and Williams, Simon J. (eds). Emotions in Social Life: Critical Themes and Contemporary Issues. Routledge.

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Renold, Emma. (2004). Young Boys, Junior Sexualities: Understanding boys’ gender and sexual relations. London: RoutledgeFalmer.

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Sewell, Tony and Richard Majors. (2001). Black Boys and Schooling: An intervention framework for understanding the dilemmas of masculinity, identity and underachievement. pp. 183-202; IN: Majors, Richard. (ed.). Educating our Black Children: New directions and radical approaches; London & New York: Routledge/Falmer.

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Boys at Gender-Play Inside the Muscular Christian Ideal / Janet McDonald.
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Book Review: Naughty Boys: Anti-Social Behaviour, ADHD and the Role of Culture by Sami Timimi / Reviewed by Miles Groth.

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b) Boys and schooling in particular

Note: For material on working with boys in schools, also see "Working With Boys" below. For material on young gay men's and lesbian's experiences of schooling, and homophobia in schools, see the relevant sub-section under "Sexualities".

(i) The best reading

Note: The following works are some of the key texts on boys and schooling. However, many of the pieces under “Further reading” below also are important.

Boys in Schools Bulletin: Practical Initiatives Addressing Boys’ Needs, Men and Boys Project, Family Action Centre, University of Newcastle (first edition, November 1997).

Connell, R.W. (1994). Knowing About Masculinity, Teaching Boys and Men. In Lemaire, Joan. (ed.). (1994). Girls, Boys and Equity: A Practical Resource for Use in Schools. Sydney: NSW Teachers’ Federation Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Connell, R.W. (1996). Teaching the Boys: New Research on Masculinity, and Gender Strategies for Schools. Teachers College Record, 98(2) Winter.

Douglas, Peter, and Bob Lingard. (1999). Men Engaging Feminisms: Profeminism, Backlashes and Schooling. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press
Includes;
1. Men Engaging Feminisms in Education.
2. Contemporary Masculinity Politics.
3. The Structural Backlash and Emergent Emotional Economy in Education.
4. Deconstructing the ‘What About the Boys?’ Backlash.
5. Programmes for Boys in Schools.
6. Towards a Pro-Feminist Politics of Alliance.

Epstein, Debbie. (ed.). (2001). Men and Masculinities. Special Issue: Disciplining and Punishing Masculinities. 4(2), October. .
Includes;
Epstein, Debbie. Disciplining and Punishing Masculinities: An Introduction.
Fitzclarence, Lindsay and Christopher Hickey. Real Footballers Don’t Eat Quiche: Old Narratives in New Times.
Morrell, Robert. Corporal Punishment and Masculinity in South African Schools.
Epstein, Debbie, Mary Kehily, Maitin Mac an Ghaill and Peter Redman. Boys and Girls Come Out to Play: Making Masculinities and Femininities in School Playgrounds.
Kehily, Mary. Bodies in School: Young Men, Embodiment, and Heterosexual Masculinities.
Redman, Peter. The Discipline of Love: Negotiation and Regulation in Boys’ Performance of a Romance-Based Heterosexual Masculinity.

Epstein, Debbie et. al. (eds). (1999). Failing Boys. Open University Press.

Fletcher, Richard. (1997). Improving Boys’ Education: A Manual for Schools. Men and Boys Project and Men’s Health Program, Family Action Centre, Discipline of Paediatrics, University of Newcastle.

Frank, Blye, and Kevin G. Davison. (eds). (2000). Journal of Men’s Studies, Special Issue: Boys, Men, Masculinity, and Education, 8(2), Winter.
Includes;
Guest Editorial / Blye Frank and Kevin G. Davison.
Toxic shock: Understanding Violence Against Young Males in the Workplace / Jane Kenway, Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Lindsay Hasluck.
Boys on the road: Masculinities, Car Culture, and Road Safety / Linley Walker, Dianne Butland, and Robert Connell.
Where’s the Identity in Identification? Masculinity, School, and Self in Sweden and the Netherlands / Alan Segal.
Rethinking (Male) Gendered Sexualities in Education: What About the British Heteros? / Mairtin Mac an Ghaill.
Policing Masculinities: Investigating the Role of Homophobia and Heteronormativity in the Lives of Adolescent School Boys / Wayne Martino (pp. 213-236).
Habitus Issues: Teachers’ Understandings of Homosexuality and Body Image / Carmel DesMarchelier.
Boys’ Bodies in School: Physical Education / Kevin G. Davison.

Frosh, Stephen, Ann Phoenix, and Rob Pattman. (2002). Young Masculinities: Understanding Boys in Contemporary Society. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave.

Gilbert, Rod, and Pam Gilbert. (1998). Masculinity Goes to School. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Training. (2002). Boys: Getting It Right — Report on the inquiry into the education of boys. Canberra: Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Keddie, Amanda, and Martin Mills (2007) Teaching Boys: Developing classroom practices that work. Allen and Unwin.
1. Gender justice and teaching boys.
2. Boys and productive pedagogies.
3. Jennifer: A fresh look at taken-for-granted ways of being.
4. Ross: Afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted.
5. Rachel: Challenging power-driven’ notions of being male.
6. Monica: Schooling children for life beyond school.
7. Practices of persistence and hope.

Lesko, Nancy. (ed.). (2000). Masculinities at School. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Lingard, Bob, and Martin Mills. (eds.). (1998). Change: Transformations in Education, Special Issue: Boys’ Education, 1(2), November. Includes;
Introductory Essay: Issues in Boys’ Education / Bob Lingard and Martin Mills.
The Displacement of Girls as the ‘Educationally Disadvantaged’ Subject: A Genealogical tale / Debra Hayes.
Contextualising and Utilising the ‘What About the Boys?’ Discourse in Education / Bob Lingard.
Masculinity Crises and the Education of Boys / Rob Gilbert and Pam Gilbert.
New Times, Old Panics: The Underachievement of Boys / Pat Mahony and Sue Smedley.
Boys and ‘Second Chance’ Education: Same Jeans Different Consequences / Mark McFadden.
The Human Relationships Education Curriculum and Gender and Violence Programs / Martin Mills.

Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (1994). The Making of Men: Masculinities, Sexualities and Schooling. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Martino, Wayne, and Bob Meyenn. (eds). (2001). What About the Boys? Issues of Masculinity in Schools. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press
Includes;
‘What About the Boys?’ An Overview of the Debates / Victoria Foster, Michael Kimmel and Christine Skelton.
The Significance of Teaching English Boys: Exploring Social Change, Modern Schooling and the Making of Masculinities / Chris Haywood and Mairtain Mac an Ghaill.
Rethinking Masculinities: New Ideas for Schooling Boys / Michael C. Reichert.
Pushing It to the Max: Interrogating the Risky Business of Being a Boy / Martin Mills.
Challenging Boys: Addressing Issues of Masculinity Within a Gender Equity Framework / Lori Beckett.
‘Powerful People Aren’t Usually Real Kind, Friendly, Open People!’ Boys Interrogating Masculinities at School / Wayne Martino.
Boyz Own Stories: Masculinities and Sexualities at School / Debbie Epstein.
‘Learning to Laugh’: A Study of Schoolboy Humour in the English Secondary School / Anoop Nayak and Mary Jane Kehily.
‘Sad, Bad or Sexy Boys’: Girls’ Talk In and Out of the Classroom / Valerie Hey et. al.
Transgressing the Masculine: African American Boys and the Failure of Schools / James Earl Davis.
‘Someone Has To Go Through’: Indigenous Boys, Staying on at School and Negotiating Masculinities / Lee Simpson, Mark McFadden and Geoff Munns.
Naughty Boys at School: Perspectives on Boys and Discipline / Bob Meyenn and Judith Parker.
Boys Will Be Boys (If They Pay Attention in Science Class) / Will Letts.
Maths Talk is Boys’ Talk: Constructing Masculinity in School Mathematics / Anne Chapman.
Boys, Books and Breaking Boundaries: Developing Literacy In and Out of School / Christine Hall and Martin Coles.
‘I Like Smashing People, and I Like Getting Smashed Myself’: Addressing Issues of Masculinity in Physical Education and Sport / Michael Gard.

Martino, Wayne, and Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli. (2003). So What’s a Boy? Addressing Issues of Masculinity and Schooling. Open University Press.
Contents;
Part 1: Normalisation and schooling
1: ‘So what’s a boy?’ Normalising practices and borderland existences
2: ‘You have to be strong, big and muscular’: boys, bodies and masculinities
3: ‘That’s what normal boys do’: bullying and harassment in the lives of boys at school
4: ‘Getting into the cool group is like passing an exam’: boys talk about friendships at school
Part 2: Diverse masculinities
5: ‘It was never openly talked about’: the experiences of sexually diverse students at school
6: ‘If you’re a wog you’re cool, but if you’re Asian you get picked on’: multiple masculinities and cultural diversity
7: ‘One of the main problems at school would be racism’: Indigenous boys, masculinities and schooling
8: ‘You’re not a real boy if you’re disabled’: boys negotiating physical disability and masculinity in schools
Part 3: Sites of intervention
9: ‘There’s no opportunity for guys to get down and think about what they’re doing and why they are doing it’: boys interrogating ‘masculinity’ in schools
10: ‘It’s the politics of my school that upsets me’: the rhetoric and realities of school policies, structures and pedagogies
11: ‘It’s not the way guys think’: interrogating masculinities in English and Physical Education
12: ‘So what’s a healthy boy?’ Health education as a site of risk, conformity and resistance

Martin, Andrew J. (2002). Improving the Educational Outcomes of Boys: Interim Report, June 2002. Canberra: ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services.

Martin, Andrew J. (2002). Improving the Educational Outcomes of Boys. Canberra: ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services, December.

Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.
Contents;
Introduction: Challenging violence in schools as an issue of masculinity.
1. Violence and the signifiers of masculinity.
2. The violencing of masculinity and the masculinization of violence.
3. Boyswork programs and the curriculum.
4. Implementing change: A question of pedagogy?.
5. Conclusion: Principles for action.

Pearce, Sharyn, and Vivienne Muller. (2002). Manning the Next Millennium: Studies in Masculinities. Black Swan Press. Includes;
Natasha Cortis and Eileen Newmarch – Boys in Schools: What’s Happening?.
Martin Mills – Boys, Schooling and Backlash Politics.
Helen Hatchell – Masculinities And Adolescent Males At School: Disrupting Or Recreating Homophobic Discourses.

Plummer, David. (1999). One of the Boys: Masculinity, Homophobia, and Modern Manhood. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Skelton, Christine. (2001). Schooling the Boys: Masculinities and Primary Education. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press
Contents;
1. A History of Boys’ Schooling.
2. Theorizing Masculinities.
3. Boys and Primary Schooling: A Feminist Perspective.
4. Primary Schools and Local Communities.
5. Being a (School) Boy.
6. Male Teachers and Primary Schools.
7. Heterosexuality in the Primary Classroom.
8. Conclusion: Gender in the Primary Classroom.

Whitehead, Stephen (ed.). (2006). Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology. 5 Volumes.
Volume 2.
3. EDUCATION AND SCHOOLING.
27. M. Mac an Ghaill. (1994). ‘Local student cultures of masculinity and sexuality’, The Making of Men.
28. J. Kenway. (1995). ‘Masculinities in schools: under siege, on the defensive and under reconstruction?’ Discourse.
29. J. N. Price. (1999). ‘Schooling and Racialized Masculinities’, Youth and Society.
30. D. Epstein. (1998). ‘Real boys don’t work: ‘underachievement’, masculinity and the harassment of ‘sissies’, Failing Boys?

 

(ii) Further reading

 -. (1994). Interpretations: Journal of the English Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, Special edition: Boys in English. 27(2). Includes;
‘Poor Boys’, Power and Gender: The Masculinist Response to Femininity / Wearing, Betsy.
Masculinity and Learning: Exploring Boys’ Underachievement and Under-Representation in Subject English / Martino, Wayne.
Adolescent Boys’ Perceptions of Masculinity: A Study of Group Stories Constructed by Years 8, 9 and 10 Boys / Rhodes, Mary.
‘We Want to Resist Your Resistant Readings’: Masculinity and Discourse in the English Classroom / Kenworthy, Colin.
Butch Minds the Baby: Boys Minding Masculinity in the English Classroom / Pallotta-Chiarolli, Maria.

-. (1995). Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Special Issue: Schooling and Education, No’s 2 and 3.
Includes;
McLean, Christopher. Boys and Education in Australia.
Denborough, David. Step by Step: Developing Respectful and Appropriate Ways of Working With Young Men to Reduce Violence.

-. (1995). Interpretations: Journal of the English Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, Special edition. Gender and Literacy. 28(2). Includes;
What About the Boys? The Parable of the Bear and the Rabbit / Davies, Bronwyn.
Critical Literacy for Boys / Martino, Wayne.
Doing Masculinity / Buchbinder, David.

-. (1995). Promoting Gender Equity Conference Proceedings, Canberra: Department of Education, Employment and Training .
Includes;
Ludowyke, Jeremy. Designing and Evaluating Programs for Boys Within a Gender Equity Strategy (pp. 313-316).
McLean, Christopher. The Costs of Masculinity: Placing Men’s Pain in the Context of Male Power.
And much more….

Acker, Sandra. (1988). Teachers, Gender and Resistance. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 9(3), September.

Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam. (1997). Boys and Literacy: Lessons From Australia. Gender and Education, 9(1), pp. 49-59.

Alloway, Nola, Pam Gilbert, Rob Gilbert, and Robyn Henderson. (2003). Boys Performing English. Gender and Education, 15(4), December, pp. 351-364.

Alloway, Nola. (1995). Foundation Stones: The Construction of Gender in Early Childhood. Melbourne: Curriculum Corporation.

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Ruhlman, Michael. (1996). Boys Themselves: A Return to Single-Sex Education. New York: H. Holt and Co.

Sargent, Paul. (2000). Real men or real teachers? Contradictions in the lives of men elementary teachers. Men and Masculinities, 2(4), April.

Sewell, Tony. (1997). Black Masculinities and Schooling: How Black Boys Survive Modern Schooling. London: Trentham Books.

Skeggs, Beverley. (1991). Challenging masculinity and using sexuality. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 12(2), pp. 127-137.

Skelton, A. (1993). On Becoming a Male Physical Education Teacher: The Informal Culture of Students and the Construction of Hegemonic Masculinity. Gender and Education, 5(3), October, pp. 289-303.

Skelton, Christine. (1994). Sex, Male Teachers and Young Children. Gender and Education, 6(1), March, pp. 87-93 .

Skelton, Christine. (1998). Feminism and Research Into Masculinities and Schooling. Gender and Education, 10(4), December.

Slade, Malcolm, and Faith Trent. (2000). What the boys are saying: An examination of the views of boys about declining rates of achievement and retention. International Education Journal, 1(3).

Smith, Susannah. (2004). The non-fiction reading habits of young successful boy readers: Forming connections between masculinity and reading. Reading, April, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 10-16.

Stoudt, Brett G. (2006). “You’re Either In or You’re Out”: School Violence, Peer Discipline, and the (Re)Production of Hegemonic Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 273-287.

Swain, J. (2004). The resources and strategies that 10-11-year-old boys use to construct masculinities in the school setting. British Educational Research Journal, 30(1): 167.

Swain, J. (2006). Reflections on Patterns of Masculinity in School Settings. Men and Masculinities, 8(3): 331-349.

Swain, Jon. (2003). How Young Schoolboys Become Somebody: The role of the body in the construction of masculinity. British Journal of Sociology of Education, July, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 299-314.

Swain, Jon. (2003). Needing to be ‘in the know’: Strategies of subordination used by 10-11-year-old schoolboys. International Journal of Inclusive Education, October-December, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 305-324.

Swain, Jon. (2004). The resources and strategies that 10-11-year-old boys use to construct masculinities in the school setting. British Educational Research Journal, February, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 167-185.

Swain, Jon. (2005). Sharing the Same World: Boys’ relations with girls during their last year of primary school. Gender and Education, 17(1), March, pp. 75-91.

Swain, Jon. (2006). Reflections on Patterns of Masculinity in School Settings. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 331-349.

Thistleton-Martin, Judy. (1997). Boys and reading. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

Titus, Jordan. (2004). Boy trouble: Rhetorical framing of boys’ underachievement. Discourse, Volume 25, Number 2, June, pp. 145-169.

Town, Shane (1999) Queer(y)ing Masculinities in Schools: Faggots, Fairies and the First XV. In Masculinities in Aotearoa/New Zealand, (eds.). R. Law, H. Campbell, and J. Dolan. Dunmore Press: Palmerston North.

Trent, Faith. (2001). Declining Rates of Achievement and Retention: The perceptions of adolescent males. Adelaide: Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, June.

Wang, A. (2000). Asian and white boys’ competing discourses about masculinity: implications for secondary education. Canadian Journal of Education, 25(2): 113.

Wang, Athena. (2000). Asian and white boys’ competing discourses about masculinity: Implications for secondary education. Canadian Journal of Education, 25(2), pp. 113-25.

Warren, Simon. (2003). Good boys are problems too!. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 11(2).

Warrington, M., M. Younger, and R. McLellan. (2003). ‘Under-achieving boys’ in English primary schools?. The Curriculum Journal, July, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 139-156.

Weaver-Hightower, Marcus B. (2003). Crossing the Divide: Bridging the disjunctures between theoretically oriented and practice-oriented literature about masculinity and boys at school. Gender and Education, 15(4), December, pp. 407-423.

Willis, P. (1977). Learning to Labour: How Working Class Kids Get Working Class Jobs. Farnborough: Saxon House.

Wyss, Shannon E. (2004). ‘This was my hell’: The violence experienced by gender non-conforming youth in US high schools. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17(5), September-October: 709-730.

Yates, Lyn. (1997). Gender equity and the boys debate: What sort of challenge is it?. British Journal of Sociology of Education, v18 n3, September, pp. 337-347.

Young Josephine Peyton. (2001). Displaying practices of masculinity: Critical literacy and social contexts. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 45(1):4-14, Sep.

Young, Josephine Peyton, and William G. Brozo. (2001). Boys will be boys, or will they? Literacy and masculinities. Reading Research Quarterly. 36(3), July – September, pp. 316-25.

 


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(iii) Male teachers and male childcare workers

Note: Also see "Work and class" for references on men in feminised occupations and on domestic work and child-rearing. Some of the works above are likely to discuss male teachers.

-. (1992). What’s He Doing at the Family Centre? The Dilemmas of Men Who Care for Children. London: National Children’s Home.

Ahmed, S. M. F. (2006). Making Beautiful: Male Workers in Beauty Parlors. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 168-185.

Anderson, Eric (2005). Orthodox and Inclusive Masculinity: Competing Masculinities among Heterosexual Men in a Feminized Terrain. Sociological Perspectives, Fall, Vol. 48, Iss. 3.

Bailey, Lucy. (1996). The feminisation of a school? Women teachers in a boys’ school. Gender and Education, 8(2), pp. 171-184.

Brandth, Berit, and Elin Kvande. (1998). Masculinity and Child Care: The Reconstruction of Fathering. Sociological Review, 46(2), May, pp. 293-313.

Cameron, Claire. (2001). Promise or problem? A review of the literature on men working in early childhood services. Gender, Work and Organisation, 8(4): pp. 430-453.

Carrington B., P. Tymms, and C. Merrell (2005). Forget gender: whether a teacher is male or female doesn’t matter. Teacher, 165, pp. 32-34; December.

Cross, S., and B. Bagilhole. (2002). Girls’ Jobs for the Boys? Men, Masculinity and Non-Traditional Occupations. Gender, Work and Organization, April, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 204-226.

Cunningham, Bruce. (1998-1999) Men in Child Care. Child Care Information Exchange, Part 1 & 2. Sept/Oct - January/February.

Drudy, Sheelagh, Maeve Martin, John O’Flynn, and Mairide Woods (2005). Men and the Classroom: Gender Imbalances in Teaching. Routledge.

Evans, Joan, and Blye Frank. (2003). Contradictions and Tensions: Exploring Relations of Masculinities in the Numerically Female-Dominated Nursing Profession. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Fagan, J. (1996). Principles for developing male involvement in early childhood settings: A personal experience. Young Children, 51, pp. 64-71.

Farquhar, Sarah. (1997). Are Male Teachers Really Necessary?. Paper to the New Zealand Association of Research in Education Conference, December, Auckland N.Z.

Francis, Becky, and Christine Skelton. (2001). Men teachers and the construction of heterosexual masculinity in the classroom. Sex Education, 1(1).

Ghate, D., C. Shaw and N. Haxel. (2000). Fathers and Family Centres. York, UK: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Ghedini, P.O., T. Chandler, M. Whalley and P. Moss. (1995). Fathers, Nurseries and Childcare. European Commission Network on Childcare.

Goodman, J., and T. Kelly. (1988). Out of the mainstream: Issues confronting the male profeminist elementary school teacher. Interchange, 19(2): 1-14.

Hansen P., and J.A. Mulholland. (2005). Caring and elementary teaching - The concerns of male beginning teachers. Journal Of Teacher Education, 56(2): 119-131, March-April.

Head, John. (2000). Feminism and male teachers (Review of Men Engaging Feminisms). Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 8(2).

Holmes, Ron. (1998). Breaking the Mould: Men in Early Childhood Services. Community Quarterly, No. 46, June.

Huber, L., I. Vollum, and J. Stroud. (2000). Encouraging Men to Enter the Field of Child Care: What Can Be Done? Early Child Development and Care, Volume 165.

James, Abigail Norfleet. (2007). Teaching the Male Brain: How Boys Think, Feel, and Learn in School. Corwin.

Jones, Alison. (2003). Touching Children: Policy, social anxiety and the ‘safe’ teacher. Journal of Curriculum Theorising, 19(2), Summer.

King, James R. (1998). Uncommon Caring: Learning from men who teach young children. New York: Teachers College Press.

Knights, Ben (2007) Masculinities in Text and Teaching. Blackwell.
Preface - Masculinities in Text and Teaching; B. Knights - Training to be an English Teacher: Negotiating Gendered Subjectivities and the Gendered Curriculum as Inter-Linked Cultural Processes; W. Martin- Queer Teaching/Teaching Queer: Renaissance Masculinities and the Seminar; M. Dooley - Charlotte Dacre’s Nymphomaniacs and Demon Lovers: Teaching Female Masculinities; R. Chatterjee - Masculinity and Modernism: Teaching D. H. Lawrence; R. Burden - Gender and Narrative Form; R. Page - Bois will be Bois: Masculinity and Pedagogy in the Gay and Lesbian Studies Classroom; D. Allen - Curricula Constructions of Race and Gender: Reading African-American Masculinity; R. Carroll - Lifelong Learning in the Lifelong Poem; C. Thurgar-Dawson - Autobiographical Narratives in the Teaching of Masculinities; J. Beynon - Atrocity and Transitivity; C. Yelland - Taking Possession of Knowledge: The Masculine Academic in Don De Lillo’s White Noise; R. Helyer - High Visibility: Teaching Ladlit; A. Ferrebe.

Lahelma, Elina. (2000). Lack of male teachers: A problem for students or teachers? Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 8(2).

Levine, James A. et. al. (1993). Getting Men Involved: Strategies for Early Childhood Programs. New York: Scholastic Press.

Lewis, Ed et. al. (1999). Men in Primary Teaching: An Endangered Species?. Paper to Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. Melbourne, 1 December.

Martin, Andrew, and Herb Marsh (2005). Motivating boys and motivating girls: Does teacher gender really make a difference? Australian Journal of Education, v. 49, no. 3, Nov.: 320-334.

Martino Wayne, and Blye Frank. (2006). The tyranny of surveillance: male teachers and the policing of masculinities in a single sex school. Gender and Education, 18(1): 17-33.

Mills, Martin, Wayne Martino, and Bob Lingard. (2004). Attracting, recruiting and retaining male teachers: Policy issues in the male teacher debate. British Journal of Sociology of Education, Volume 25, Number 3, pp. 355-369.Mills, Martin. (2000). Issues in Implementing Boys’ Programme in Schools: Male Teachers and Empowerment. Gender and Education, Volume 12, Number 2, June.

Nelson, Bryan G. and Sheppard, Bruce, editors. Men in Child Care and Education: A Handbook for Administrators and Educators. Men in Child Care Project, 2420 31st Avenue S., Minneapolis, MN 55406-1470, 1992.

Nordberg, M. (2002). Constructing Masculinity in Women’s Worlds: Men working as pre-school teachers and hairdressers. NORA: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, 1 March, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 26-37.

Owen, Charlie et. al. (eds). (1998). Men as Workers in Services for Young Children: Issues of a Mixed Gender Workforce. Institute of Education. University of London: Bedford Way Papers.

Oyler, Celia, Gregory T. Jennings, and Philip Lozada. (2001). Silenced Gender: The Construction of a Male Primary Educator. Teaching and Teacher Education, 17(3): 367-79; April.

Rice, Craig J., and Deborah Peters Goessling. (2005). Recruiting and Retaining Male Special Education Teachers. Remedial and Special Education, Nov/Dec., Vol. 26 Iss. 6.

Rofes, Eric. (2000). Bound and Gagged: Sexual Silences, Gender Conformity and the Gay Male Teacher. Sexualities, Volume 3 Issue 4, November.

Rolfe, Heather. (2006). Where are the Men? Gender Segregation in the Childcare and Early Years Sector. National Institute Economic Review, Vol. 195, No. 1, January: 103-117.

Roulston, Kathy, and Martin Mills. (2000). Male Teachers in Feminised Areas: Marching to the Beat of the Men’s Movement drums?. Oxford Review of Education. 26(2): 221-237, June.

Sargent, Paul. (2000). Real Men or Real Teachers? Contradictions in the Lives of Men Elementary Teachers. Men and Masculinities, 2(4), April.

Sargent, Paul. (2002). Under the Glass: Conversations with Men in Early Childhood Education. Young Children. November (National Association for the Education of Young Children).

Sargent, Paul. (2004). Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Men Caught in the Gender Bind of Early Childhood Education. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, 12(3).

Sargent, Paul. (2005). The gendering of men in early childhood education. Sex Roles, 52 (3-4): pp. 251-259, February.

Scourfield, Jonathan B. (2001). Constructing Men in Child Protection Work. Men and Masculinities, 4(1), July.

Simpson, R. (2004). Masculinity at work: the experiences of men in female dominated occupations. Work, Employment & Society 18(2): 349.

Skelton, A. (2000). ‘Camping it Up to make Them Laugh?’ Gay Men Teaching in Higher Education. Teaching in Higher Education, 5(2): 181-193.

Skelton, Christine. (1994). Sex, male teachers and young children. Gender and Education, 6(1), March, pp. 87–93.

Skelton, Christine. (2001). Male Teachers and Primary Schools. Chapter 6 in Schooling the Boys: Masculinities and Primary Education. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Smedley, Sue. (1997). Men on the Margins: Male Student Primary Teachers. Changing English, v4 n2, October, pp. 217-27.

Sumsion, Jennifer. (1999). ‘A feeling of not being welcome’: Subtle discrimination in early childhood education. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 24(3), pp. 42-46.

Sumsion, Jennifer. (1999). Critical Reflections on the Experiences of a Male Early Childhood Worker. Gender and Education, v11 n4, December, pp. 455-68.

Sumsion, Jennifer. (2000). Oppositional Discourses: Deconstructing responses to investigations of male early childhood educators. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Volume 1 Number 2, pp. 259-275.

Young, J. L., and E. H. James. (2001). Token majority: The work attitudes of male flight attendants. Sex Roles, 45(5/6): 299.

 

c) Growing up female, gender and childhood/youth

Note: Also see "Women and Sexuality" and "Young People, Adolescence and Sexuality" under "Sexualities".

Aapola, Sinikka, Marnina Gonick, and Anita Harris. (2005). Young Femininity: Girlhood, Power and Social Change. Palgrave Macmillan.
Introduction.
Girl Power: Representations of the “New Girl”.
Reviving Ophelia: Girlhood as Crisis Education, Work and Self-Making.
Girls and the Changing Family.
Re/sisters: Girls’ Cultures and Friendships.
Sexuality and the Body: Old Binaries and New Possibilities.
Politics, Citizenship and Young Women.
Feminism, Power and Social Change.
Conclusion.

Abrahams, George, and Sheila Ahlbrand. (2002). Boy v. Girl?: How Gender Shapes Who We Are, What We Want, And How We Get Along. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation. (1999). Voices of a Generation: Teenage Girls on Sex, School and Self. New York: AAUW Educational Foundation.

Antill, John K., John D. Cunningham, and Sandra Cotton (2003). Gender-role attitudes in middle childhood: In what ways do parents influence their children? Australian Journal of Psychology, Volume 55 Number 3, December, pp. 148-153.

Archer, Louise, Anna Halsall, and Sumi Hollingworth. (2007). Inner-city femininities and education: ‘race’, class, gender and schooling in young women’s lives. Gender and Education, Volume 19 Issue 5.

Atwood, J. (2006). Mommy’s Little Angel, Daddy’s Little Girl: Do You Know What Your Pre-Teens Are Doing? American Journal of Family Therapy, 34(5): 447-467.

Best, Amy. (2000). Prom Night: Youth, Schools and Popular Culture. New York: Routledge.

Bettis, Pamela J., and Natalie G. Adams. (eds.). (2005). Geographies of Girlhood: Identities In-Between.
1. Preface: Landscapes of Girlhood / Pamela J. Bettis and Natalie G. Adams.
PART I BEFORE SCHOOL.
2 Barbies, Bases, and Beer: The Role of the Home in Junior High School Girls’ Identity Work / Don E. Merten.
3 Power Beads, Body Glitter, and Backseat Bad-Asses: Girls, Power, and Position on the School Bus / Laura Jewett.
PART II AT SCHOOL.
4 Girl Talk: Adolescent Girls’ Perceptions of Leadership / Dawn M. Shinew and Deborah Thomas Jones.
5 Girls in Groups: The Preps and the Sex Mob Try Out for Womanhood / Pamela J. Bettis, Debra Jordan, and Diane Montgomery.
6 “The Beauty Walk” as a Social Space for Messages About the Female Body: Toward Transformative Collaboration / Rosary Lalik and Kimberly L. Oliver.
7 Fighters and Cheerleaders: Disrupting the Discourse of “Girl Power” in the New Millennium / Natalie G. Adams.
8 “Only 4-Minute Passing Periods!” Private and Public Menstrual Identities in School / Laura Fingerson.
9 In the World But Not of It: Gendered Religious Socialization at a Christian School / Stacey Elsasser.
10 “We Ain’t No Dogs”: Teenage Mothers (Re)Define Themselves / Sandra Spickard Prettyman.
PART III AFTER SCHOOL.
11 Black Girls/White Spaces: Managing Identity Through Memories of Schooling / Gerri. A. Banks.
12 Unstraightening the Ideal Girl: Lesbians, High School, and Spaces to Be / John E. Petrovic and Rebecca M. Ballard.
13 Disputation of a Bad Reputation: Adverse Sexual Labels and the Lives of 12 Southern Women / Delores D. Liston and Regina E. Moore-Rahimi.
14 Border Crossing-Border Patrolling: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Sisterhood / Lyn Mikel Brown and Sandy Marie Grande.
15 “I Am a Woman Now!”: Rewriting Cartographies of Girlhood From the Critical Standpoint of Disability / Nirmala Erevelles and Kagendo Mutua.
Afterword: Girlhood, Place, and Pedagogy / Pamela J. Bettis and Natalie G. Adams.

Blaise, M. (2005). A feminist poststructuralist study of children “doing” gender in an urban kindergarten classroom. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 20(1): 85-108.

Blake, Brett E. (1997). She Say, He Say: Urban Girls Write Their Lives. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Boldt, Gail Masuchika. (1996). Sexist and Heterosexist Responses to Gender Bending in an Elementary Classroom, Curriculum Inquiry, Vol. 26, No. 2, Summer: 113-131.

Boocock, Sarane Spence, and Kimberley Ann Scott (2005). Kids in Context: The Sociological Study of Children and Childhoods. Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield.

Brown, Lyn. (1999). Raising Their Voices: The Politics of Girls’ Anger. Harvard University Press.

Brown, Lyn. (2003). Girlfighting: Betrayal and Rejection Among Girls. New York University Press.

Brumberg, Joan Jacobs. (1997). The Body Project: An Intimate History of American Girls. New York: Random House.

Davies, Julie, and Ivy Brember. (1999). Boys Outperforming Girls: An 8-Year Cross-Sectional Study of Attainment and Self-Esteem in Year 6. Educational Psychology, 19(1), pp. 5-16.

Delamont, Sara. (1999). Gender and the Discourse of Derision. Research Papers in Education: Policy and Practice, v14 n1, March, pp. 3-21.

Delk, John L., R. Burt Madden, Mary Livingston, and Timothy T. Ryan. (1986). Adult perceptions of the infant as a function of gender labeling and observer gender, Sex Roles, Volume 15, Issue 9 - 10, Nov.: 527-534.

Douglas, Susan J. (1995). Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female with the Mass Media. London: Penguin Books.

Eder, Donna, Catherine Evans, and Stephen Parker. (1995). School Talk: Gender and Adolescent Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Eliasson, Miriam A., Kerstin Isaksson, and Lucie Laflamme. (2007). Verbal abuse in school. Constructions of gender among 14-15-year-olds. Gender and Education, Volume 19 Issue 5.

Erika, S. -E. (2004). Little Girls in Women’s Bodies: Social Interaction and the Strategizing of Early Breast Development. Sex Roles, 51(1/2): 29.

Etaugh, Claire, and Marsha B. Liss (1992). Home, school, and playroom: Training grounds for adult gender roles, Sex Roles, Volume 26, Issue 3 – 4, Feb.: 129-147.

Evans, Lorraine, and Kimberly Davies (2000). No Sissy Boys Here: A Content Analysis of the Representation of Masculinity in Elementary School Reading Textbooks, Sex Roles, Volume 42, Issue 3 - 4, Feb.: 255-270.

Fine, Michelle, and Pat Macpherson. (1994). Over Dinner: Feminism and Adolescent Female Bodies. In Radtke, H. Lorraine and Stam, Henderikus J. (eds). Power/Gender: Social Relations in Theory and Practice. London: Sage Publications, pp. 194-209.

Fine, Michelle. (1993). Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females: The Missing Discourse of Desire. In Lois Weis and Michelle Fine. (eds) Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools. New York: State University of New York Press (Also in Harvard Educational Review, 1988, 58(1)).

Fingerson, Laura. (2006). Girls in Power: Gender, Body, and Menstruation in Adolescence. New York: State University of New York Press.

Furstenberg (sp?) et. al. (1981). Teenage Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbearing.

Gallivan, J., Crozier S. and V. Lalande. (eds). (1994). Women, Girls & Achievement. Toronto: Captus University Press.

Ganetz, Hillevi. (1995). The Shop, the Home, and Femininity as a Masquerade. In Youth Culture in Late Modernity. Johan Fornas and Goran Bolin, eds. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 72-99.

Gilligan, Carol, and N. Hanmer T. Lyons. (eds). (1984). Making Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard school. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Gilligan, Carol. (1982). In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Golombok, S., & Fivush, R. (1994). Gender development. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Grabrucker, Marianne. (1988) There’s a Good Girl: Gender stereotyping in the first three years - A diary. The Women’s Press.

Griffin, Christine. (1993). Representations of Youth: The Study of Youth and Adolescence in Britain and America. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

Hall, Julia. (2000). It Hurts to Be a Girl: Growing Up Poor, White, and Female. Gender & Society. 14(5), October.

Halstead, J. Mark, and Susan Waite. (2001). ‘Living in Different Worlds’: Gender Differences in the Developing Sexual Values and Attitudes of Primary School Children. Sex Education. 1(1).

Harris, Anita (ed.). (2004). All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity. New York & London: Routledge.
Notes on postfeminism and popular culture: Bridget Jones and the new gender regime.
Women, girls, and the unfinished work of connection: a critical review of American girls’ studies.
Good girls, bad girls: Anglocentrism and diversity in the constitution of contemporary girlhood.
From badness to meanness: popular constructions of contemporary girlhood.
Feminism and femininity: or how we learned to stop worrying and love the thong.
Girl power politics: pop-culture barriers and organizational resistance.
Mythic figures and lived identities: locating the “girl” in feminist discourse.
“I don’t see feminists as you see feminists”: young women negotiating feminism in contemporary Britain.
Pretty in pink: young women presenting mature sexual identities.
Talking sexuality through an insider’s lens: the Samoan experience.
Shifting desires: discourses of accountability in abstinence-only education in the United States.
Where my girls at?: black girls and the construction of the sexual.
Spicy strategies: pop feminist and other empowerments in girl culture.
Jamming girl culture: young women and consumer citizenship.
Girls’ Web sites: a virtual “room of one’s own”?
Pleasures within reason: teaching feminism and education.
Girls, schooling, and the discourse of self-change: negotiating meanings of the high school prom.
Gender and sexuality: continuities and change for girls in school.
Colluding in “compulsory heterosexuality”?: doing research with young women at school.
Speaking back: voices of young urban womyn of color using participatory action research to challenge and complicate representations of young women.
Beneath the surface of voice and silence: researching the home front.
Possible selves and pasteles: how a group of mothers and daughters took a London conference by storm.

Hey, Valerie. (1997). The Company She Keeps: An Ethnography of Girls’ Friendships. Open University Press.

Holland, Janet et. al. (1990). Sex, Gender and Power: Young Women’s Sexuality in the Shadow of AIDS. Sociology of Health & Illness, 12(3).

Holland, Janet, and Caroline Ramazanoglu. (1994). Coming to Conclusions: Power and Interpretation in Researching Young Women’s Sexuality. In Purvis, Jane and Maynard, Mary. (eds). Researching Women’s Lives From a Feminist Perspective. London: Falmer Press.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1991). Between Embarrassment and Trust: Young Women and the Diversity of Condom Use. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Responses, Interventions and Care. London: Falmer Press, pp. 127-148.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1991). Pressure, Resistance, Empowerment: Young Women and the Negotiation of Safer Sex. WRAP Paper 6. London: Tufnell Press.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1992). Pressure, Resistance, Empowerment: Young Women and the Negotiation of Safer Sex. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason. London & Bristol, PA: Falmer Press.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1992). Pleasure, Pressure and Power: Some Contradictions of Gendered Sexuality. The Sociological Review, 40(4).

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1994). Power and Desire: The Embodiment of Female Sexuality. Feminist Review, No. 46, Spring.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1996). Reputations: Journeying Into Gendered Power Relations. In Weeks, Jeffrey and Holland, Janet. (eds). Sexual Cultures: Communities, Values and Intimacy. Hampshire & London: Macmillan, pp. 239-260.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1996). Reputations: Journeying Into Gendered Power Relations. In Weeks, Jeffrey and Holland, Janet. (eds). Sexual Cultures: Communities, Values and Intimacy. Hampshire & London: Macmillan, pp. 239-260.

Holloway, Sarah, and Gill Valentine. (2001). Cyberkids: Youth Identities and Communities in an On-line World. Falmer.

Holly, Lesley. (ed.). (1989). Girls and Sexuality: Teaching and Learning. Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Holstein-Beck, Sabina. (1995). Consistency and Change in the Lifeworld of Young Women. In Youth Culture in Late Modernity. Johan Fornas and Goran Bolin, eds. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 100-119.

Hopkins, Susan. (2002). Girl Heroes: The New Force in Popular Culture. Pluto Press.

Hudson, Annie. (1998). ‘No Man is Safe’: Young Women and Sexuality. In Troublesome Girls, Macmillan.

Hudson, Frances. (1991). Taking It Lying Down: Sexuality and Teenage Motherhood. Palgrave Macmillan.

Innes, Sherrie A. (ed.). (1998). Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American Girl’s Cultures. New York University Press.

Inness, Sherrie A. (1999). Tough Girls: Women Warriors and Wonder Women in Popular Culture. Philadelphia: U Penn P.

Jacklin, Carol Nagy, Janet Ann DiPietro, and Eleanor E. Maccoby. (1984). Sex-typing behavior and sex-typing pressure in child/parent interaction, Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 13, Issue 5, Oct.: 413-425.

Jackson, S., and S. Gee. (2005). “Look Janet,” “No you look John.” Gender and Education, 17 (2): 115–28.

Karraker, Katherine Hildebrandt, Dena Ann Vogel, and Margaret Ann Lake. (1995). Parents’ gender-stereotyped perceptions of Newborns: The Eye of the Beholder revisited, Sex Roles, Volume 33, Issue 9 - 10, Nov.: 687-701.

Kearney, Mary Celeste. (2006). Girls Make Media. Routledge.

Kenway, Jane and Willis, Sue, With Blackmore, J. and Rennie, L. (1997). Answering Back: Girls, Boys and Feminism in Schools. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2000). The Gendered Society. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kitzinger, Jenny. (1995). ‘I’m Sexually Attractive But I’m Powerful’: Young Women Negotiating a Sexual Reputation. Women’s Studies International Forum, 18(2).

Lamb, Sharon, and Lyn Mikel Brown. (2006). Packaging Girlhood: Rescuing Our Daughters From Marketer’s Schemes. St. Martin’s Press.

Leblanc, Lauraine. (1999). Pretty In Punk: Girls’ Gender Resistance in a Boys’ Subculture, Rutgers University Press.

Lee, Janet. (1994). Menarche and the (Hetero)Sexualization of the Female Body. Gender & Society, 8(3), September.

Lees, Sue. (1986). Losing Out: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls. London: Hutchinson Education.

Lees, Sue. (1989). Learning to Love: Sexual Reputation, Morality and the Social Control of Girls. In Cain, M. (ed.). Growing up Good: Policing the Behaviour of Girls in Europe. London: Sage.

Lees, Sue. (1993). Sugar and Spice: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls. London: Penguin.

Lees, Sue. (1996). Ruling Passions: Sexual Violence, Reputation and the Law. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Includes Chapter 1, “The Policing of Girls in Everyday Life: Sexual Reputation, Morality and the Social Control of Girls”.

Livingstone, Sonia. (2002). Young People and New Media: Childhood and the Changing Media Environment. Sage.

Lundeberg, Mary Anna. (1997). You Guys Are Overreacting: Teaching Prospective Teachers about Subtle Gender Bias, Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 48.

Maccoby, Eleanor E. (1999). The Two Sexes: Growing Up Apart, Coming Together. Harvard University Press.

Mann, Judy. (1994). The Difference: Growing Up Female in America. New York, NY: Warner Books.

Martin, Karin A. (1997). Puberty, Sexuality and the Self: Girls and Boys at Adolescence. Routledge.

Mazzarella, Sharon R. (ed.). (2005). Girl Wide Web: Girls, the Internet, and the Negotiation of Identity. Peter Lang Publishing.

Mazzarella, Sharon R., and Norma Odom Pecora. (eds). (1999). Growing Up Girls: Popular Culture and the Construction of Identity. NY: Peter Lang.

McRobbie, Angela, and Nava, M. (1984). Gender and Generation. London: Macmillan.

McRobbie, Angela. (1990). Feminism and Youth Culture: From Jackie to Just Seventeen. Cambridge: Unwin Hyman.

McRobbie, Angela. (1994). Shut Up and Dance: Youth Culture and Changing Modes of Femininity. Postmodernism and Popular Culture. New York: Routledge.

Messner, M.A. (2000). Barbie Girls Versus Sea Monsters - Children Constructing Gender. Gender & Society. 14(6):765-784, Dec.Millard, Elaine. (year?). Differently Literate: Boys, Girls and the Schooling of Literacy.

Mitchell, Claudia, and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh. (eds.). (2005). Seven Going On Seventeen: Tween Studies In The Culture Of Girlhood. New York, N.Y.: Counterpoints, Peter Lang Publishing.
I. Theorizing Tween Culture Within Girlhood Studies.
1 Claudia Mitchell and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh.
II. Girl-method.
2. Tween Social and Biological Reproduction: Early Puberty in Girls / Elizabeth Seaton.
3. From Nerd to Popular? Re-figuring School Identities and Transformation Stories / Marnina Gonick.
4. Video Girls: Between Changing Exploratory Behavior and Self-authorization / Kristina Hackmann.
5. Memory-work as a (be)Tween Research Method: The Beauty, the Splendor, the Wonder of my Hair / Kathleen O’Reilly-Scanlon and Sonya Corbin Dwyer.
6. Reading Elizabeth’s Girlhood: History and Popular Culture at Work in the Subjectivity of a Tween / Meredith Cherland.
7. Mirrors and Windows: Re-reading South African Girlhoods as Strategies of Selfhood / Marika Flockemann.
II. Knowing Girls.
8. Reclaiming Girlhood: Understanding the Lives of Balkishori in Mumbai / Balkishori Team of VACHA Women’s Resource Center with Jackie Kirk.
9. “I do know who I am”: Writing, Consciousness, and Reflection / Relebohile Moletsane.
10. “Show me the Panties”: Girls Play Games in the School Ground / Deevia Bhana.
11. Tween Worlds: Race, Gender, Age, Identity, and Violence / Yasmin Jiwani.
12. “Losers, Lolitas, and Lesbos”: Visualizing Girlhood / Shannon Walsh.
III. Marketing Girlhood / Consuming Girlhood
13. In a Girlie World: Tweenies in Australia / Anita Harris.
14. Girl-Doll: Barbie as Puberty Manual / Catherine Driscoll.
15. Consuming Hello Kitty: Tween Icon, Sexy Cute, and the Changing Meaning of ‘Girlhood’ / 235 Amy Lai.
16. Mediated Consumption and Fashionable Selves: Tween Girls, Fashion Magazines, and Shopping / Farah Malik.
17. Constructing the Digital Tween: Market Discourse and Girls’ Interests / Rebekah Willett.
18. Imported Girl fighters: Ripeness and Leakage in Sailor Moon / Hoi F. Cheu.
19. Re-imagining Girlhood: Hollywood and the Tween Girl Film Market / Peggy Tally.
20. The Consumption Chronicles: Tales from Suburban Canadian Tweens in the 1980s / Natalie Coulter.

Morrongiello, B.A., and T. Dawber. (2000). Mothers’ Responses to Sons and Daughters Engaging in Injury-Risk Behaviors on a Playground, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Volume 76, Number 2, June: 89-103.

Nash, Ilana. (2005). American Sweethearts: Teenage Girls in Twentieth-Century Popular Culture. Indiana University Press.

Nathanson, Constance A. (1991). Dangerous Passage: The Social Control of Sexuality in Women’s Adolescence. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Pallotta-Chiarolli, Maria. (ed.). (1998). Girls’ Talk: Young Women Speak Their Hearts and Minds. Sydney: Finch Publishing.

Philips, Lynn M. (1999). Flirting With Danger: Young Women’s Reflections on Sexuality and Domination. NYU Press.

Pipher, Mary. (1995). Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls. Mooreband, NSW: Doubleday.

Polce-Lynch, Mary et. al. (1998). Gender and Age Patterns in Emotional Expression, Body Image and Self-Esteem: A Qualitative Analysis. Sex Roles, 38(11-12), pp. 1025-1048.

Pujolar, Joan. (2001). Gender, Heteroglossia, and Power: A sociolinguistic study of youth culture. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Pt. I. Masculinities and femininities in youth culture.
Ch. 1. The Rambleros.
Ch. 2. The Trepas.
Ch. 3. The polyvalence of talk.
Conclusions to part 1: Politicized identities: what difference do they.
make?.
Pt. 2. Languages and ideologies.
Ch. 4. Speech styles and orders of discourse.
Ch. 5. Catalan and Spanish voices.
Ch. 6. Language choices.
Conclusions to part 2: The ideological investment of speech varieties.
Pt. 3. Situated practices and social structures.
Ch. 7. Youth culture as a social field.
Conclusions to part 3: Theoretical implications of this approach

Raphael, Amy. (1994). Grrrls: Viva Rock Divas. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Reay, Diane. (2001). ‘Spice Girls’, ‘Nice Girls’, ‘Girlies’, and ‘Tomboys’: Gender Discourses, Girls’ Cultures and Femininities in the Primary Classroom. Gender and Education, Volume 13, Number 2, June, pp. 153-166.

Rhode, Deborah L. (1997). Speaking of Sex: The Denial of Sex Equality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Robinson, Kerry H. (2005). ‘Queerying’ gender: Heteronormativity in early childhood education. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, v.30 no.2 June: 19-28.

Rottnek, Matthew. (ed.). (1999). Sissies and Tomboys: Gender Nonconformity and Homosexual Childhood. NYU Press.

Rutter, Virginia. (1996). Celebrating Girls: Nurturing and Empowering Our Daughters. Sydney: Lansdowne.

Shandler, Sara. (2000). Ophelia Speaks: Adolescent Girls Write About Their Search for Self. Milson’s Point, NSW: Doubleday.

Shary, Timothy. (2000). Angry Young Women: The Emergence of the ‘Tough Girl’ Image in American Films. Post Script 19 (Winter-Spring): 49-61.

Stewart, Fiona. (1993). Young Women, Safe Sex and Health Promotion - Why It’s Not On to Tell Him. Masters thesis, Department of Legal Studies, School of Social Science, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

Stewart, Fiona. (1994). Young Women, Safe Sex and Health Promotion - Why It’s Not On to Tell Him. Australian Feminist Studies, 20.

Stewart, Fiona. (1996). Mounting a Challenge: Young Women, Heterosexuality and Safe Sex. (PhD thesis). Melbourne: Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissible Diseases, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia.

Stewart, Fiona. (1999a). ‘Once You Get a Reputation, Your Life’s Like… ‘Wrecked’: The Implications of Reputation for Young Women’s Sexual Health and Well-Being. Women’s Studies International Forum. 22(3), May–June, pp. 373-383.

Stewart, Fiona. (1999b). Femininities in Flux? Young Women, Heterosexuality and (Safe) Sex. Sexualities, 2(3), August.

Stombler, Mindy. (1994). ‘Buddies’ or ‘Slutties’: The Collective Sexual Reputation of Fraternity Little Sisters. Gender & Society, 8(3), September.

Taylor, Jill McLean, et. al. (1997). Between Voice and Silence: Women and Girls, Race and Relationship. Cambridge: Harvard UP.

Thompson, Sharon. (1984). Searching for Tomorrow: On Feminism and the Reconstruction of Teen Romance. In Vance, Carole S. (ed.). Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality. Boston. London, Melbourne & Henley: Routledge & Kegan Paul,

Thompson, Sharon. (1990). Putting a Big Thing Into a Little Hole: Teenage Girls’ Accounts of Sexual Initiation. Journal of Sex Research, 27(3).

Thompson, Sharon. (1995). Going All the Way: Teenage Girls’ Tales of Sex, Romance, and Pregnancy. New York: Hil and Wang Winter.

Thorne, Barrie. (1986). Girls and Boys Together But Mostly Apart: Gender Arrangements in Elementary Schools. In Hartup, W.W. and Rubin, Z. (eds). Relationships and Development, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates (Also in Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds). (1992). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition)).

Thorne, Barrie. (1993). Gender Play: Girls and Boys in School. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Thorne, Barry, and Z. Luria. (1986). Sexuality and Gender in Children’s Daily Worlds. Social Problems, 33, pp. 176-190.

Ticknell, Estella, Deborah Chambers, Joost Van Loon, et al. (2003). Begging for It: “New Femininities,” Social Agency, and Moral Discourse in Contemporary Teenage and Men’s Magazine. Feminist Media Studies, 3(1), March. Tolman, Deborah L. (1994). Doing Desire: Adolescent Girls’ Struggles For/With Sexuality. Gender & Society, 8(3), September.

Tsvi-Mayer, Shoshanna Ben, Rachel Hertz-Lazarowitz, and Marilyn P. Safir. (1989). Teachers’ selections of boys and girls as prominent pupils, Sex Roles, Volume 21, Issue 3 - 4, August: 231-246.Turner-Bowker, D.M. (1996). Gender stereotyped descriptors in children’s picture books. Sex Roles, 35: 461–88.

Vogel, Dena Ann, Margaret A. Lake, Suzanne Evans, and Katherine Hildebrandt Karraker. (1991). Children’s and adults’ sex-stereotyped perceptions of infants. Sex Roles, Volume 24, Issue 9-10, May: 605-616.

Volman, Monique, and Geert Ten Dam. (1998). Equal but Different: Contradictions in the Development of Gender Identity in the 1990s. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 19(4), pp. 529-545.

Walkerdine, Valerie, Helen Lucey, and June Melody. (2001). Growing Up Girl: Psychosocial explorations of gender and class. Washington Square, NY: New York University Press.

Walkerdine, Valerie. (1984). Some Day My Prince Will Come: Young Girls and the Preparation for Adolescent Sexuality. In McRobbie, Angela and Nava, Mica. (eds). Gender and Generation, Basingstoke Hants, UK: Macmillan Educational.

Walkerdine, Valerie. (1998). Daddy’s Girl: Young Girls and Popular Culture. Harvard University Press.

Walkerdine, Valerie. (1999). Violent Boys and Precocious Girls: Regulating childhood at the end of the millenium. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 1(1).

Weitzman, L.J., D. Eifer, E. Hokada, and C. Ross. (1972) Sex-role socialization in picture books for preschool children. American Journal of Sociology, 77 (6): 1125–50.

Wilkins, Amy C. (2008). Wannabes, Goths, and Christians: The Boundaries of Sex, Style, and Status. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Witt, Susan D. (1997). Parental influence on children’s socialization to gender roles. Adolescence, 32(126): 253-257.

Yelland, Nicola. (1998). Gender in Early Childhood. London & New York: Routledge.

Young, Iris Marion. (2005). On Female Body Experience: ‘Throwing like a Girl’ and Other Essays. New York: Oxford.

Zucker, K. J., Wilson-Smith, D. N., Kufita, J. A., & Stem, A. (1995). Children’s appraisals of sex-typed behavior in their peers. Sex Roles, 33, 703-725.

Zuckerman, D. M., Singer, D. G., & Singer, J. L. (1980). Children’s television viewing, racial and sex-role attitudes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 10, 281-294.

Journals

Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research

Journal of Adolescence

Journal of Adolescent Health

Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

Journal of Research on Adolescence

Journal of Youth and Adolescence

Journal of Youth Studies

Youth & Society

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d) Mothers and sons

Caron, Ann F. (1994). Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Raising Boys in the ‘90s. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Drexler, Peggy. (2005). Raising Boys Without Men: How Maverick Moms Are Creating the Next Generation of Exceptional Men.

Glendinning, Matthew, and Victoria Glendinning. (eds). (year?). Sons and Mothers. London: Virago.

Howard, Jo. (1998). Bringing up Boys: A Parenting Manual for Sole Mothers Raising Boys. Melbourne: ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research) Press.

Howard, Jo. (2001). Mothers & Sons: Bringing up boys as a sole parent. Port Melbourne, VIC: Lothian.

Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering. (2000). Special Issue: Mothers and Sons. 2(1). Includes;
Bringing Our Boyz to Men: Black Men’s Reflections on Their Mother’s Childrearing Influences / Wanda Thomas Bernard.
Restoring the Memories of Joining Between Mother and Son: A Reading of Lorna Goodison’s Maternal Poems / Dannabang Kuwabong.
A Meditation on Mothers and Sons by Nathan’s Mothers / Susan Koppelman.
Sons of Feminists: Learning From Their Talk / Joyce B. Castle.
Deconstructing Mother Guilt: Single Mothers Can Effectively Raise an Emotionally Healthy and Well-Developed Male Child / Robin Gearing and Sandra Campbell.
A Mom and Her Son: Thoughts on Feminist Mothering / Andrea O’Reilly.
The (Male) Advantage of a Feminist Mother / Juanita Ross Epp and Sharon Cook.
Feminist Mothers and Sons: More than Non-Sexist Parenting / Christine Peets.

Klein, Carole. (year?). Mothers and Sons.

O’Reilly, Andrea. (ed.). (2001). Mothers and Sons: Feminism, Masculinity, and the Struggle to Raise Our Sons. Routledge.
Contents;
Introduction / Andrea O’Reilly.
Section One: Mothering and Motherhood.
1. Who Are We This Time? An Excerpt From American Mom / Mary Kay Blakely.
2. Mothering Sons With Special Needs: One Peacemaker’s Challenge / Jacqueline Haessly.
3. Masculinity, Matriarchy, and Myth: A Black Feminist Perspective / Claudette Lee and Ethel Hill Williams.
4. Mothers of Sons and the Art of Peace Building / Linda Forcey.
5. In Black and White: African American and Anglo-American Feminist Theorizing on the Mother-Son Relationship / Andrea O’Reilly.
Section Two: Men and Masculinities.
6. Swimming Against the Tide: Feminists’ Accounts of Mothering Sons / Alison M. Thomas.
7. Feminist Academic Mothers’ Influences on Their Sons’ Masculinity / Sharon Abbey.
8. Lesbians Raising Sons: Bringing Up a New Breed of Men / Jess Wells.
9. Can Boys Grow Into Mothers? Maternal Thinking and Fathers’ Reflections / Andrea Doucet.
Section Three: Mothers and Sons: Connections and Disconnections.
10. Raisng Relational Boys / Cate Dooley and Nikki Fedele.
11. Attachment and Loss / Janet Sayers.
12. Mother-Son Relationships in the Shadow of War / Amia Leiblich.
13. This is Leave Taking: Mothers, Signatures, and Countermemory / Douglas Sadao Aoki.

Smith, Babette. (1995). Mothers and Sons: The Truth About Mother-Son Relationships. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Wells, Jess. (ed.). (1997). Lesbians Raising Sons. Los Angeles and New York: Alyson Books.

XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1997). Special Issue: Mothers and Sons, 7(1), Winter.



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e) Gender and education

Note: Also see references on Women's Studies above, especially on higher education. For material on schooling and sexuality, see "Sexuality". For material on gender-related programs, see "Other Relevant Programs" Under "Working With Boys".

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Acker, Sandra. (1988). Teachers, Gender and Resistance. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 9(3), September.

Acker, Sandra. (1994). Gendered Education: Sociological Reflections on Women, Teaching and Feminism. Open University Press.

Aisenberg, Nadya, and Mona Harrington. (1988). Women Of Academe: Outsiders In The Sacred Grove. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press

American Association of University Women, Educational Foundation; American Institutes for Research. (1999). Gender Gaps: Where Schools Still Fail Our Children. New York: Marlowe & Co.

Angus, Lawrence B. (1993). Masculinity and Women Teachers at Christian Brothers College. Organization Studies, 14(2), pp. 235-260.

Arnot, Madeleine, and Kathleen Weiler. (eds). (1993). Feminism and Social Justice in Education: International Perspectives. London/Bristol: Falmer Press (chapter on Overview of Australia).

Australian Council for Educational Research. (1997). Reading and Numeracy in Junior Secondary Schools: Trends, Patterns and Consequences. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Baker, C., and B. Davies. (1993). Literacy and Gender in Early Childhood. In Luke, A. and Gilbert, Pam. (eds). Literacy in Contexts: Australian Perspectives, (pp. 55-67) Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Bee, B. (1993). Critical Literacy and the Politics of Gender. In Lankshear, C. and McLaren, P. (eds). Critical Literacy: Politics, Praxis and the Postmodern, (pp. 105-131). New York: SUNY Press.

Benjamin, Lois, (ed.) (1997). Black Women In The Academy: Promises And Perils. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.

Berge, Britt-Marie, and Hildur Ve. (2000). Action Research For Gender Equity. Open University Press.

Bernstein, Sharon. (1995). Feminist Intentions: Race, Gender and Power in a High School Classroom. NWSA Journal, Vol. 7, Summer, pp. 18-34.

Best, Raphaela. (1983). We’ve All Got Scars: What Boys and Girls Learn in Elementary School. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Blackburn, Jean. (1984). Schooling and Injustice for Girls. In Broom, Dorothy. (ed.). Unfinished Business: Social Justice for Women in Australia. Sydney: George Allen & Unwin.

Blair, Maud and Holland, Janet, with Sheldon, Sue. (eds). (1995). Identity and Diversity: Gender and the Experience of Education. Adelaide: Multi-Lingual Matters.

Blaise, M. (2005). A feminist poststructuralist study of children “doing” gender in an urban kindergarten classroom. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 20(1): 85-108.

Bourne, Paula et. al. (year?). Girls and Schooling: Their Own Critique. Resources for Feminist Research (RFR), 26(1 & 2).

Bowker, Ardy. (1993). Sisters In The Blood: The Education Of Women In Native America. Bozeman, MT: Center for Bilingual/Multilingual Education, Montana State University0.

Brady, J. and Hernandez, A. (1993). Feminist Literacies: Towards Emancipatory Possibilities of Solidarity. In Lankshear, C. and McLaren, P. (eds). Critical Literacy: Politics, Praxis and the Postmodern, (pp. 323-334). New York: SUNY Press.

Brah, Avtari, and Rosemary Deem. (1986). Towards Anti-Sexist and Anti-Racist Schooling. Critical Social Policy, 6(1), Summer.

Brine, Jacky. (1999). Under Educating Women: Globalizing Inequality. Open University Press.

Brodel, John, and Liam Ryan. (1997). Equality of Opportunity in Education for Boys and Girls, Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University, Faculty of Business (24 p).

Brusselmans-Dehairs, Christiane. (1997). Gender Differences in Learning Achievement: Evidence From Cross-National Surveys. Lanham, MD: Bernan Associates.

Clark, Ann, and Elaine Millard. (eds). (1998). Gender in the Secondary Curriculum: Balancing the Books. Routledge.

Clarke, Margaret. (1989). The Great Divide: The Construction of Gender in the Primary School. Canberra: Curriculum Development Centre.

Clifford, Geraldine Joncich (1989) Lone Voyagers: Academic Women In Coeducational Universities, 1870-1937. New York: Feminist Press at the City University of New York.

Cohen, Jody. (1996). Girls in the Middle: Working to Succeed in School. Washington: American Association of University Women.

Cole, Mike. (ed.). (1989). Education for Equality: Some Guidelines for Good Practice. Routledge.

Collins, Cherry et. al. (1996). Gender and School Education. Canberra: Australian Council for Educational Research, June.

Commonwealth Schools Commission. (1986). A National Policy for the Education of Girls in Australian Schools: Interim Report of the Commonwealth Schools Commission. Canberra: Commonwealth Schools Commission.

Conable, Charlotte Williams. (1977) Women At Cornell: The Myth Of Equal Education. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Connell, R.W., D.J. Ashenden, S. Kessler, and G.W. Dowsett. (1982). Making the Difference: Schools, Families and Social Division. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Connolly, Paul. (1998). Racism, Gender Identities and Young Children. Routledge.

Conway, Jill K. (2002). A Woman’s Education. New York: Knopf.

Curriculum Corporation (Australia). (1993). National Action Plan for the Education of Girls 1993-97. Carlton, VIC: Curriculum Corporation for the Australian Education Council.

Datnow, A., and L. Hubbard. (eds.). (2002). Gender in Policy and Practice: Perspectives on Single Sex and Coeducational Schooling. Routledge Falmer Press.

Datnow, Amanda, and Lea Hubbard (eds.). (2002). Gender In Policy And Practice: Perspectives On Single Sex And Coeducational Schooling. New York: Routledge.

Davie, Sharon L. (ed.). (2002). University And College Women’s Centers: A Journey To Equity. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002.

Davies, Bronwyn, H. Whitehouse, and Pam Gilbert. (year?). Gender, Discourse and Education: A Bibliography. Townsville: James Cook University of North Queensland.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1988). Education for Sexism: A Theoretical Analysis of the Sex/Gender Bias in Education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 21(1), pp. 1-19.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1988). Gender, Equity and Early Childhood. Australian Capital Territory: Curriculum Development Centre.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1989). Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales: Preschool Children and Gender. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1989). The Discursive Production of the Male/Female Dualism in School Settings. Oxford Review of Education, 15, pp. 229-241.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1990). Agency as a Form of Discursive Practice: A Classroom Scene Observed. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 11(3), pp. 341-361.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1993). Beyond Dualism and Towards Multiple Subjectivities. In Christian-Smith, L.K. (ed.). Texts of Desire: Essays on Fiction, Femininity and Schooling, (pp. 145-173). London: The Falmer Press.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1993). Shards of Glass: Children Reading and Writing Beyond Gendered Identities. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1994). Gender, Policy and Teaching. In Understanding Teaching: Curriculum and the Social Context of Schooling. Sydney: Harcourt Brace.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1994). Poststructuralist Theory and Classroom Practice. Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University.

Davies, J., and I. Brember. (1993). Comics or Stories? Differences in the Reading Attitudes and Habits of Girls and Boys in Years 2, 4 and 6. Gender and Education, 5(3), pp. 305-320.

Delamont, Sara. (1990). Sex Roles and the School. London & New York: Routledge (2nd edition) .

Delamont, Sara. (1996). A Woman’s Place in Education: Historical and Sociological Perspectives on Gender and Education. Aldershot, Brookfield: Avebury.

Diller A, B.Houston, K. Morgan & M. Ayim. (1996). The Gender Question in Education. Theory, Pedagogy & Politics. Boulder: Westview Press.

Donald, James. (1985). Beacons of the Future: Schooling, Subjection and Subjectification. In Beechey, V. and Donald, James. (eds). Subjectivity and Social Relations. Open University Press.

Duffell, N. (2000). The Making of Them: The British Attitude to Children and the Boarding School System. London, U.K.: Lone Arrow Press.

Duncan, N. (1999). Gender Conflict and Pupil Culture in Secondary Schools. London. Routledge.

Dunlap, Diane M., and Patricia A. Schmuck (eds.) Women Leading In Education. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1994.

Edwards, June. (2001). Women In American Education, 1820-1955: The Female Force And Educational Reform. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Eisenmann, Linda (ed.) (1998). Historical Dictionary Of Women’s Education In The United States. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Eschbach, Elizabeth Seymour. (1993). The Higher Education Of Women In England And America, 1865-1920. New York: Garland.

Farish, Maureen et. al. (1995). Equal Opportunities in Colleges and Universities: Towards Better Practices. Open University Press.

Farnham, Christie Anne. (1995). The Education Of The Southern Belle: Higher Education And Student Socialization In The Antebellum South. New York: New York University Press.

Ferfolja, Tania. (2007). Teacher negotiations of sexual subjectivities. Gender and Education, Volume 19 Issue 5.

Figueroa, Peter. (1991). Education and the Social Construction of ‘Race’. London & New York: Routledge.

Fitzclarence, Lindsay. (1995). Education’s Shadow? Towards an Understanding of Violence in Schools. Australian Journal of Education, 39(1), April, pp. 22-40 .

Foster, J.R. (1995). Advocating a Gender Inclusive Curriculum in the Visual Arts: Politics, Pedagogy and Postmodernism. Education: Australian Art Education, 18(2), Autumn, 17-27.

Fox, M. (1993). Men Who Weep, Boys Who Dance: The Gender Agenda Between the Lines in Children’s Literature. Language Arts, 70(2), pp. 84-88.

Freeman, P. R., and J. Z Schmidt. (eds). (2000). Wise Women: Reflections of Teachers at Midlife. New York: Routledge.

Friere, Paulo, and Ira Shor. (1987). A Pedagogy for Liberation: Dialogues for Transforming Education. Macmillan.

Gabriel, S.L., and I. Smithson. (eds). (1990). Gender in the Classroom: Power and Pedagogy. Urbana: University of Illinois Press .

Gardiner, Mary E., Ernestine Enomoto, and Margaret Grogan. (2000). Coloring Outside The Lines: Mentoring Women Into School Leadership. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Gaskell, J., and J. Willinsky. (eds). (1995). Gender In/Forms Curriculum. From Enrichment to Transformation. Toronto: OISE and Teacher’s College Columbia University.

Gilbert, Pam, and Sandra Taylor. (1991). Fashioning the Feminine: Girls, Popular Culture and Schooling. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Gilbert, Pam, with K. Rowe. (1989). Gender, Literacy, and the Classroom. Carlton South: Australian Reading Association.

Gilbert, Pam. (1989). Personally (and Passively) Yours: Girls, Literacy and Education. Oxford Review of Education, 15(3), pp. 257-65.

Gilbert, Pam. (1992). The Story So Far: Gender, Literacy and Social Regulation. Gender and Education, 4(3), pp. 185-199.

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Gilbert, Pam. (1993). Gender Stories and the Language Classroom. Geelong: Deakin University Press.

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Introduction / Harilyn Rousso; Michael L. Wehmeyer.
1. Beyond Pedestals: The Lives of Girls and Women with Disabilities / Adrienne Asch; Harilyn Rousso; Taran Jefferies.
2. Won’t You Know All of Me? Recognizing the Confluence of Disability, Gender and Ethnicity / Eric Jolly.
3. Gender Equity in Education: Change and Challenge / Katherine Hanson; Susan J. Smith.
4. Title IX: What Does It Mean for Teachers? / Melissa Keyes.
5. She Bakes and He Builds: Gender Bias in the Curriculum / Susan Shaffer; Linda Shevitz.
6. Can She Really Do Science? Gender Disparities in Math and Science Education / Ellen Wahl.
7. Squeaky Wheels versus Invisibility: Gender Bias in Teacher-Student Interactions / Dolores A. Grayson.
8. Stopping Sexual Harassment in Schools / Eleanor Linn; Harilyn Rousso.
9. Schools Fail Boys Too: Exposing the Con of Traditional Masculinity / Craig Flood.
10. Teaching as though Both Genders Count: Guidelines for Designing Nonsexist Inclusive Curricula / Theresa Mickey McCormick.
11. Uncovering Bias in the Classroom: A Personal Journey / Maryann Wickett.
12. Research on Gender Bias in Special Education Services / Michael L. Wehmeyer; Michelle Schwartz.
13. Gender Equity Issues in the Vocational and Transition Services and Employment Outcomes Experienced by Young Women with Disabilities / Bonnie Doren; Michael Benz.
14. Nothing to Do after School: More of an Issue for Girls / Merle Froschl; Harilyn Rousso; Ellen Rubin.
15. What Do Frida Kahlo, Wilma Mankiller, and Harriet Tubman Have in Common? Providing Role Models for Girls with (and without) Disabilities / Harilyn Rousso.
16. The Living Out Loud Program: Building Resiliency in Adolescent Girls with Disabilities / Nancy Ferreyra; Estelle Eskenazi.
17. Addressing Gender Equity in Special Education Services: An Agenda for the Twenty-first Century / Michael L. Wehmeyer; Harilyn Rousso.

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Warrington, Molly, and Michael Younger. (2003). ‘We Decided to Give it a Twirl’: Single-sex teaching in English comprehensive schools. Gender and Education, 15(4), December, pp. 339-350.

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Weiner, Gaby. (1994). Feminisms in Education: An Introduction. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

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Welch, Lynne Brodie (ed.) (1992). Perspectives On Minority Women In Higher Education. New York: Praeger.

Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. (1995). How Schools Shortchange Girls: The AAUW Report: A Study of Major Findings on Girls and Education, Commissioned by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation. New York: Marlowe & Company.

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Willis, Sue. (1989). Real Girls Don’t Do Maths: Gender and the Construction of Privilege. Waurn Ponds, VIC: Deakin University Press.

Wills, R., S. Kilpatrick, and B. Hutton. (2006). Single-sex classes in co-educational schools. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(3): 277-291.

Wolpe, A. Within School Walls: The Role of Discipline, Sexuality and the Curriculum.

Woods, Peter, and Martyn Hammersley. (eds). (1993). Gender and Ethnicity in Schools: Ethnographic Accounts. London: Routledge/Open University.

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Wrigley, Julia. (ed.). (1992). Education and Gender Inequality. London: The Falmer Press.

Wyman, Andrea. (1996). Rural Women Teachers In The United States: A Sourcebook. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Yates, Lyn. (1993). The Education of Girls: Policy, Research and the Question of Gender, Hawthorn, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Yelland, Nicola. (ed.). (1998). Gender in Early Childhood. Routledge.

Zinn, Maxine Baca, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, and Michael A. Messner. (eds.). (2005). Through the Prism of Difference: Readings on Sex and Gender. 3rd edition. Oxford University Press.
VII. EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS.
41. Ann Arnett Ferguson / Naughty by Nature.
42. Julie Bettie / How Working-Class Chicas Get Working-Class Lives.
43. Nancy Lopez / Homegrown: How the Family Does Gender.
44. Yoshiko Nozaki / Feminism, Nationalism, and the Japanese Textbook Controversy Over “Comfort Women”.

Journals

(a) Specifically Gender-Related

Gender and Education (UK)
Sex Education

(b) General

British Journal of Sociology of Education
Children and Schools
Education Links
English in Australia
Interpretations

 


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