Implizite Logiken des pädagogischen Blickes: Eine by Friederike Schmidt

By Friederike Schmidt

​Was kennzeichnet den pädagogischen Blick? Welche Dimensionen umfasst er? Wodurch ist er bedingt und strukturiert? Obwohl der Blick von PädagogInnen ein konstitutives point pädagogischer Arbeit darstellt, liegen über dessen grundlegende Logiken bislang nur wenige Erkenntnisse vor. An dieser Stelle setzt die rekonstruktive Studie von Friederike Schmidt an, in der die Autorin die Erfahrungen von PädagogInnen untersucht und hierüber den komplexen Aufbau pädagogischer Wahrnehmung entziffert. Entlang des mehrperspektivischen grundlagentheoretischen Zuganges wird der pädagogische Blick als Komplex mimetischer, diskursiver und habitueller Praxis näher bestimmt.

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The Ashgate Research Companion to Feminist Legal Theory by Margaret Davies,Vanessa E. Munro

By Margaret Davies,Vanessa E. Munro

As a unique scholarly contribution to legislation, feminist criminal concept is now good over 3 many years previous. these 3 many years have obvious consolidation and renewal of its significant issues in addition to extraordinary progress, dynamism and alter. This better half celebrates the energy of feminist criminal idea, that's manifested during this dynamic mix of balance and alter, in addition to within the variety of views and methodologies, and the huge diversity of subject-matters, that are now integrated inside its ambit. Bringing jointly participants from throughout various jurisdictions and criminal traditions, the e-book offers a concise yet serious overview of present idea in terms of the center concerns or recommendations that experience lively, and proceed to animate, feminism. It offers an authoritative and scholarly evaluation of latest feminist criminal proposal, and seeks to give a contribution to the continued improvement of a few of its new ways, views, and subject-matters.

The spouse is split into 3 components, facing 'Theory', 'Concepts' and 'Issues'. the 1st half addresses theoretical questions that are of value to legislation, yet which additionally connect with feminist concept on the broadest and so much interdisciplinary point. the second one half additionally attracts on common feminist concept, yet with a extra particular concentrate on debates approximately equality and distinction, race, tradition, faith, and sexuality. The 'Issues' part considers intimately extra particular parts of sizeable felony controversy.

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Fragile Moralities and Dangerous Sexualities: Two Centuries by Alana Barton

By Alana Barton

during this e-book Alana Barton explores the social keep an eye on and disciplining of unruly and 'deviant' girls from the early 19th century to the current day. Her specific concentration is the 'semi penal' establishment, a class that comes with refuges, reformatories and houses. She means that those occupy a different place in the social keep an eye on 'continuum', someplace among the formal law of the criminal and the casual keep watch over of the 'community' or household sphere, yet even as incorporating tools of self-discipline from either arenas. The publication attracts on Dr Barton's wide fieldwork at one such establishment, at the moment a women's bail and probation hostel, which opened as a penal complex in 1823. Barton starts off by way of reading the ideological and social stipulations underpinning the construction of this establishment, deconstructing the dominant feminising discourses round domesticity, respectability, motherhood, sexuality and pathology that have been mobilised to classify and keep an eye on its nineteenth-century citizens. She is going directly to speak about the modern reviews of ladies in the hostel and their suggestions for dealing with or resisting the disciplinary regimes and discourses imposed upon them. Her research finds that a few of the discourses used to characterise and self-discipline ladies in reformatories throughout the 19th century stay utilised for a similar function in a probation hostel approximately 2 hundred years later. She additionally finds that the distribution of energy in associations isn't fastened, yet should be subtly negotiated and redistributed. Concluding with an exam of present advancements in neighborhood punishments for ladies, this ebook will make an important contribution to the literature round choices to custody for girl offenders via strongly tough modern debates liberal, severe and feminist round ’appropriate’ and appropriate penal coverage for women.

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Ordinary in Brighton?: LGBT, Activisms and the City by Kath Browne,Leela Bakshi

By Kath Browne,Leela Bakshi

traditional in Brighton? deals the 1st huge scale exam of the impression of the united kingdom equalities laws on lesbian, homosexual, bi- and trans (LGBT) lives, and the consequences of those alterations on LGBT political activism. utilizing the participatory study undertaking, count number Me In Too, this booklet investigates the cloth problems with social/spatial injustice that have been pertinent for a few - yet now not all- LGBT humans, and explores activisms operating in partnership that operated with/within the kingdom. traditional in Brighton? explores the erratically felt outcomes of assimilation and inclusion in a urban that used to be forced to supply a spot (literally and figuratively) for LGBT humans. Brighton itself is known to be unheard of, and exploring this particular situation presents insights into how position operates as constitutive of lives and activisms. regardless of its putting as ’the homosexual capital’ and its lengthy heritage as a favoured position of LGBT humans, there's little or no educational or well known literature released approximately this urban. This publication bargains insights into the 1st decade of the twenty first century while sexual and gender dissidents supposedly grew to become traditional right here, instead of remarkable and transgressive. It argues that geographical imaginings of this urban because the ’gay capital’ shaped activisms that sought confident social switch for LGBT humans. the probabilities of legislative switch and concrete inclusivities enabled a few LGBT humans to stay usual lives, yet this capability existed in rigidity with normalisations and exclusions. along the required opinions, usual in Brighton? asks for conceptualisations of the inventive and co-operative chances of ordinariness. The ebook concludes by way of differentiating the exclusionary beliefs of normalisation from the probabilities of ordinariness, which has the capability to render various humans not just in-place, yet general. All royalties from this ebook may be donated to Allsorts adolescence venture, Brighton & Hove LGBT Switchboa

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Making War, Not Love: Gender and Sexuality in Russian Humor by Emil Draitser

By Emil Draitser

One pithy shaggy dog story encapsulates an international of information a couple of tradition. simply because humor performs with the main deeply seated cultural assumptions, it makes obvious components of unacknowledged attitudes and behaviors in inner most nation-states. during this groundbreaking learn, in the course of the content material research of over six hundred jokes, proverbs, sayings, and renowned rhymes, Emil Draitser bargains an insider's view at the sociological and mental services of Russian sexual folklore and how it displays male/female relationships. Draitser leaves no soiled funny story untold as he examines such taboo topics as adultery, impotence, and gender and violence. This well timed examine sheds mild on Russian pop culture and the character of sexual humor everywhere.

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Gender and Criminality in Bangla Crime Narratives: Late by Shampa Roy

By Shampa Roy

This ebook examines different literary writings in Bangla on the topic of crime in overdue 19th and early 20th century colonial Bengal, with a well timed specialize in gender. It analyses crime-centred fiction and non-fiction within the zone to determine how genuine or imagined crimes with regards to ladies have been formed and shaped into photographs and narratives for modern genteel readers. The writings were tested inside a social-historical context the place gender used to be a fiercely contested terrain for publicly fought debates on legislation, sexual family members, reform, and id as moulded through tradition, category, and caste. either canonized literary writings (like these of Bankim Chatterji) in addition to non-canonical, renowned writings (of writers who've now not acquired enough severe cognizance) are scrutinised on the way to study how felony offences that includes ladies (as either sufferers and offenders) were narrated in early manifestations of the style of crime writing in Bangla. An empowered and thought-provoking learn, this publication can be of precise curiosity to students of criminology and social justice, literature, and gender.

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Women and Work: Vol 6: Exploring Race, Ethnicity and Class by Elizabeth Higginbotham,Mary A. Romero

By Elizabeth Higginbotham,Mary A. Romero

How race, ethnicity and social type form the operating lives, operating stipulations

and wages of ladies is explored during this selection of unique learn articles.

With the emphasis on girls from non-white or working-class backgrounds,

Women and Work assesses women's skills to manage their paintings environments, how they see themselves and their ideas within the paintings position. all through, the gathering addresses such issues because the integration of labor and family members, women's imaginative and prescient in their personal paintings and awareness as staff, and women's resistance to exploitative and restricting work.

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Women, Microenterprise, and the Politics of Self-Help: by Cheryl Rodriguez

By Cheryl Rodriguez

Theories at the eradication of poverty abound. Self-help, self-reliance and self-sufficiency are touted as ideas, and are certainly severe to an economically reliable existence. but, for economically deprived ladies (America’s poorest citizens), self-help isn't really so simple as grabbing reliable boot straps or mountain climbing elusive ladders. artistic rules for self-sufficiency don't flower and flourish in environments which are void of assets. This ebook, first released in 1995, examines the questions raised round the inspiration of self-help by means of introducing microenterprise and exploring its relevance to negative women.

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