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Sexism, sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools

Jones, K. (2020) Sexism, sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools. In: Jones, K. (ed.) Challenging Gender Stereotypes in Education. Learning Matters. Sage Publications, London.

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Abstract/Summary

This chapter: • Defines key terms, such as sexism, sexual harassment, sexual violence and terms related to these issues; • Explores evidence of sexism, sexist language and sexist bulling in schools and provides examples of how to deal with this; • Examines evidence of sexual harassment and sexual violence in research and government reports and looks at evidence of what should be done to tackle this.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:No
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > Institute of Education > Improving Equity and Inclusion through Education
ID Code:89009
Uncontrolled Keywords:misogyny, sexism, ambivalent sexism, benevolent sexism, blatant sex discrimination, covert sexism, subtle sexism, hostile sexism, sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexist language, rape, safeguarding.
Publisher:Sage Publications

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