Volume 1- Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks
Chapter 7. Gender Curriculum Concepts
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GENDER CURRICULUM CONCEPTS
When studying literature(s) on gender, there are three directions I would like to take. I would like to explore feminism, masculinity studies, and queer theory. Although I separate out feminism, masculinity studies, and queer theory for the sake of organization, these concepts—in their intersections with curriculum studies—are interrelated. Thinking feminism, masculinity studies, and queer theory together is the goal of this chapter. But before thinking these interrelated concepts together it makes sense to think about them one at a time.
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