Men, feminism and education: personal reflections

Mills, Martin (2013). Men, feminism and education: personal reflections. In Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower and Christine Skelton (Ed.), Leaders in Gender and Education (pp. 193-204) Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. doi:10.1007/978-94-6209-305-8

Author Mills, Martin
Title of chapter Men, feminism and education: personal reflections
Title of book Leaders in Gender and Education
Place of Publication Rotterdam, Netherlands
Publisher Sense Publishers
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1007/978-94-6209-305-8
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Series Leaders in Educational Studies
ISBN 9789462093034
Editor Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower
Christine Skelton
Volume number 4
Chapter number 14
Start page 193
End page 204
Total pages 12
Total chapters 17
Language eng
Subjects 3300 Social Sciences
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This has been extremely difficult chapter to write, more difficult than I had imagined when asked to make a contribution. I have written and rewritten it many times. I have wondered what could be of interest to readers I do not know. Autoethnography has never been a research methodology that appealed. What I have sought to do in this chapter is to provide a personal account of my background; it takes up much more space than does the account of my contributions to the education literature; it is my own experiences of schooling, my political past in civil liberties and anti-war movements, and various personal histories that have shaped my academic output. This is especially the case in relation to my use of feminist theory in my work. I hope that some of it is of interest...
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Institutional Status UQ

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