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Gender Bias

Gender Bias in Schooling: Textbook, Curriculum, Teachers’ Attitude etc.

Gender Inequalities in Schooling In this article we will learn about Gender Inequalities in Schooling: Organisation of Schooling, Gender bias in textbook, Curricular Choice, Teachers’ Attitude, Classroom Interaction, Peer Culture etc.  Gender bias in School  UNESCO’s gender equality framework defines gender inequality in education in terms of four dimensions, equality in access, equality in learning process, equality …

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Gender Socialisation

Socialization and Gender bias in the Family, School and Society

Socialization and Gender bias in the Family, School and Society Socialization and Gender bias in the family, school and society is an important topic for B.Ed students. Read the article for the full notes on this topic. Moreover, if you want to read more B.Ed notes, browse the site. Socialization and Gender bias in the …

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Gender Stereotypes | Difference between Sex and Gender

Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Linkedin Pinterest Difference between Sex and Gender The difference between sex and gender and gender stereotypes are two most important topics for B.Ed. Go through the article and you can find out both the topics in a very easy manner:  1. Gender refers to cultural and sociological differences between male and female. …

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Gender

Gender Issues and Concerns | B.Ed. Notes

Basic Concepts in Gender Studies Gender Issues and Concerns: Basic Concepts in Gender Studies- Gender, Sex, patriarchy, Feminism, Femininity and Masculinity, Difference between Sex and Gender, Gender Stereotype. 1. GENDER  The concept of ‘gender’ in feminist writings and other sociological discourses become popular in the early 1970. In simple terms, gender explains the difference between …

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