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We've Come a Long Way--Maybe: New Challenges for Gender Equity in Education

by Renee Spencer, Michelle V. Porche & Deborah L. Tolman - 2003

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 105 Number 9, 2003, p. 1774-1807
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11564, Date Accessed: 9/18/2020 7:36:11 AM
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  • Renee Spencer
    Boston University School of Social Work
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    RENEE SPENCER is an assistant professor at the Boston University School of Social Work. Her research focuses on adolescent development; in particular, how strong relationships with adults foster positive youth development and how gender shapes adolescents’ experiences. Her publications include ‘‘On the Listening Guide: A Voice-Centered Relational Method’’ with C. Gilligan, M. K. Weinberg, and T. Bertsch, in P. M. Camic, J. E. Rhodes, & L. Yardley (Eds.), Qualitative Research in Psychology (2003), published by the American Psychological Association; and ‘‘Someone to Watch Over Me: Mentoring Programs in the After-School Lives of Children and Adolescents,’’ with J. E. Rhodes, in J. L. Mahoney, J. Eccles & R. Larson (Eds.), Organized Activities as Contexts of Development: Extracurricular Activities, After-School and Community Programs published by Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Michelle Porche
    Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College
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    MICHELLE V. PORCHE is a research scientist at the Center for Research on Women at Wellesley College. Her research interests include cognitive and socioemotional factors related to school achievement for children and adolescents. Her publications include ‘‘From Preschool to Middle School: The Role of Masculinity in Low-Income Urban Adolescent Boys’ Literacy Skills and Academic Achievement,’’ with S. Ross and C. Snow, in N. Way & J. Chu (Eds.), Adolescent Boys in Context, published by New York University Press, and ‘‘Project EASE: The Effect of a Family Literacy Project on Kindergarten Students’ Early Literacy Skills,’’ Reading Research Quarterly (2000), with G. Jordan and C. Snow.
  • Deborah Tolman
    Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College
    DEBORAH L. TOLMAN is a professor in the Human Sexuality Studies Program at San Francisco State University. Her current research program on adolescent sexuality includes developing positive and comprehensive models of male and female adolescent sexual health, the relationship between adolescents’ television viewing and their sexuality, including the role of gender ideology, and theorizing female sexuality development. Her publications include Dilemma of Desire: Teenage Girls and Sexuality, published by Harvard University Press; ‘‘Sowing the Seeds of Violence in Heterosexual Relationships: Early Adolescents Narrate Compulsory Heterosexuality,’’ Journal of Social Issues (2003), with R. Spencer, M. Porche, and M. Rosen-Reynoso; and From Subjects to Subjectivities: A Handbook of Interpretive and Participatory Action Research Methods (2001), with M. Brydor-Miller published by New York University Press.
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