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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 16 No 2 1999: Feminist psychology - issues for practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 16 No 2 1999: Feminist psychology - issues for practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Feminist psychology - issues for practice.

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Editorial

Introduction - Feminist psychology: what's in it for educational psychologists
Celia Kitzinger

Connection 1
  - Feminist questions about children's competence
Lise Bird

And the response  - Feminist questions, educational psychology and discourses of difference
Tom Billington

Connection 2
  - Tensions and possibilities of feminist authority in post-compulsory education
Rebecca Lawthom & Erica Burman

And the response  - Tensions and possibilities of feminist authority in post-compulsory education - implications for practice
Ann Baumber

Connection 3  - Feminism in psychology and professional contexts: debates in theory and method
Bipasha Ahmed

And the response  - Feminism in psychology and professional contexts: professionalism and educational psychology
Joan Figg & Andrew Richards

Connection 4  - Researching girls: A post-structuralist approach
Melanie Mauthner & Valerie Hey

And the response  - Researching girls: the resonances and implications for how we see girls, their world and ourselves
Lesley Reader

 

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