2 edition of Reclaiming Scottish women"s lives in education found in the catalog.
Reclaiming Scottish women"s lives in education
Paper published in Gender and Scottish society : politics, policies and participation, the report of a conference held on 31 October, 1997 under the auspices of the Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland, The University of Edinburgh.
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The chapters on education provide new insights into women’s early schooling at different levels of society, but how girls acquired other kinds of training garners less attention.
One of the intentions of this book is to bring the history of women to bear on the story of the transformation of Scotland to a modern :// democratic nature of Scottish education, but the work of TC Smout and RD Anderson in particular has challenged this orthodoxy.
However, they were not the first to find fault with this complacent view of the Scottish system. In George Lewis published a book - 'Scotland a Half Educated Nation' - Part bible study and part interactive self help book, Dickow's work was recently awarded by the Catholic Press Association in the Gender Issues category.
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I have been embarking on a process of self-discovery and came upon this book based on the suggestion of my therapist. As a person raised in a conservative household, I feel like there were definitely gaps in my education.
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Education and training must now be made available on an equal basis, by law. Finally, political representation for women steadily increased, and in the creation of the new Scottish The content of a book holds the power of education and it is with this power that we can shape our future and change lives.
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