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Title: How 5th and 6th grade school books perceived girls and boys?
Author: Queirós, Telma Maria Gonçalves
Botelho, Paula Gomes
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana
Citation: Queirós, Telma Maria Gonçalves; Gomes, Paula Botelho (2005) - How 5th and 6th grade school books perceived girls and boys? In AIESEP 2005 World congress: Active Lifestyles: The Impact of Education and Sport. Lisboa
Abstract: Currently, the necessity of inclusion of gender's equality dimension and the chances between men and women are considered as one of the quality criteria that must presided the elaboration of school manuais and other educative resources [1] [2]. The school manuais, as pedagogical instruments are very important in the teach-learning process. They have a determinam role in the promotion of a more inclusive and equality education [3]. However, some studies demonstrated that the sexists and stereotypes conceptions reproduced by the dominant culture in school manuais, when propagated through illustrations, increase the inequalities of chances between boys and girls. The purpose of this work was to evaluate if the illustrations of 5"1 and 6* grade school manuais of Physical Education reflect the equality of chances between boys and girls.
Peer review: yes
ISBN: 978-972-735-143-5
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