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Gendered spaces and subjectivities across education, training and employment.

Gendered spaces and subjectivities across education, training and employment.

The past decade has witnessed rapid policy change and reformulation which has impacted upon learners’ and workers’ choice/s or lack of choice/s in the public and private domains of their lives which includes practices and trajectories within education, training and employment. As a truth regime these practices have the capacity to constitute and position, learners, educators, employees as the subjects of policy within this logic of competition. For some critical commentators 'values' have been replaced by an emphasis on productivity and 'value' in the economic sense. These changes have produced new scholarship and theory which this ‘special edition’ aims to provide a lens to probe and expose. In doing so it makes a timely contribution to the relationship between gendered identities, learner trajectory and new policy discourse both within the UK and more widely.


‘Learning to listen’: Boys’ gender narratives- implications for theory and practice.,“If it is dreamable it is doable”: the role of desired job flexibility in imagining the future,Feminine men and masculine women: in/exclusion in the academy,How ‘space’ and ‘place’ contribute to occupational aspirations as a value-constituting practice for working-class males,The gendered international school: barriers to women managers' progression,Understanding Gender, Creativity, and Entrepreneurial Intentions.,Ways of ‘being’: alternative critical dialogic perspectives on gendered identity in education, training and work

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