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社会学及统计学
Educational change and the women's movement: lessons from British Columbia schools in the 1970's
This paper uses Melucci's approach to social movements to explore how the women's movement changed education in British Columbia in the 1970's. The women's movement was a multifaceted social phenomenon with multiple agendas and actors. It developed a temporary sense of cohesion in the field of education in the early 1970s in the context of a Royal Commission on the Status of Women. The movement remained constantly in tension with formal educational institutions, but opened up new debates about education and new spaces in the provincial government and the teachers' federation. The debates were not resolved and the spaces were not stable, but the movement brought about significant change that enhanced the legitimacy of education. The paper concludes with a discussion of the place of social movements in a democratic politics of education.
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北京论坛(2004)文明的和谐与共同繁荣:“社会发展与文明对话”社会学分论坛论文或摘要集
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