Education + Training: Volume 58 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: Gendered spaces and subjectivities across education, training and employment

Guest Editors: Vicky Duckworth, Francis Farrell and Phil Rigby

Feminine men and masculine women: in/exclusion in the academy

Liz Atkins, Mark Vicars

The purpose of this paper is to draw on concepts of “female masculinity” to interrogate how hegemonic gendering discourses, forms and performances are inscribed in neoliberal…


Understanding gender, creativity, and entrepreneurial intentions

Ronda Marie Smith, Shruti R Sardeshmukh, Gwendolyn M Combs

– The purpose of this paper is to explore the complex relationships between gender and entrepreneurial intentions.


“Learning to listen”: boys’ gender narratives – implications for theory and practice

Francis Farrell

The purpose of this paper is to critically investigate year 6 and year 9 boys’ constructions of masculinity in the light of theories of inclusive masculinity and to consider the…


“If it is dreamable it is doable”: the role of desired job flexibility in imagining the future

Dina Guglielmi, Rita Chiesa, Greta Mazzetti

The purpose of this paper is to compare how the dimension of attitudes toward future that consists in perception of dynamic future may be affected by desirable goals (desired job…

How “space” and “place” contribute to occupational aspirations as a value-constituting practice for working-class males

Garth Stahl, Sam Baars

The purpose of this paper is to consider how working-class boys constitute themselves as subjects of “value” through a close examination of their occupational aspirations. The…

The gendered international school: barriers to women managers’ progression

Ruth Elizabeth Sanderson, Stephen Whitehead

– The purpose of this paper is to examine the barriers women identify to their promotion in international schools and also the ways in which women can overcome these barriers.

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