Comparative Perspectives on Gender & Sexuality in Education

Reducing SRGBV through Comprehensive Sexuality Education in the South Africa School-Based Sexuality and HIV Prevention Education Activity

South Africa continues to have one of the highest rates of HIV infection globally, with approximately 1,000 new infections per day; in some hyperendemic settings,...
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Deficit as a way of life?: Land, education and gender in a local village community in India

In this paper, I explore the implications of the international education and development discourse for a local village community living in contexts of precarity in...
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Students’ Perspectives on Broadening Participation of Female Students and Improving Gender-Equitable Education in an East African University Setting

Background Ethiopia is a patriarchal society with marked gender differences in many aspects of life, including education. Ethiopia ranks 173rd out of 189 countries on...
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Gender representation in Middle School Moral Education Textbooks in South Korea, 1973-2019

As the Dakar Framework for Action called for “eliminating gender disparities in primary and secondary education” in 2000, the publication of gender-equitable curricular and textbooks...
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“Mentions of Gender in Comparative Education Review, 1957-2016”

How has the Comparative Education Review (CER) — and the field of comparative education more broadly — changed over its first 50 or so years?...
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