Constructions of Curriculum and Gender
by Janet L. Miller - 1993
We need to investigate the power relationships embedded in the very ways that structures and contents of disciplines get constructed. And, further, we need to examine the situated nature of these relationships—the intersections of gender, race, age, sexual preference, class, and any of the other multiple social constructions and positionings that collide within various and shifting contexts and contents of schooling and thus become part of what we now call curriculum.
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