Gender Roles in Coeducation

By Maria Aurelia Ramírez Castillo and Raúl Ruiz Cecilia.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Differences between men and women have apparently faded away. Nevertheless, there are some gender stereotypes and gender roles which keep on being perpetuated and which hinder a whole person development.

Keywords: Gender roles, Stereotypes, Whole Person Development, Learner Diversity, Social Justice, Social Change, Gender Stereotype, Gender Role, Gender Identity

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.239-244. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 818.729KB).

Dra Maria Aurelia Ramírez Castillo

She holds two master degrees (one in Psychology and one in Pedagogy). She has a Phd in Psychology at the University of Granada (Spain). His main research areas are: special education, guidance, evaluation, family, development, and inclusive education.

Dr. Raúl Ruiz Cecilia

Raúl Ruiz Cecilia hold a Master's degree in English Philology from the University of Granada (Spain). He has participated in several projects aiming the teaching of English as a Second Language and he is currently researching on the applications of the reception theory within EFL settings and the transmission of values through literature. His PhD dissertation deals with the topic of reading in a foreign language both from a cognitive and linguistic point of view.

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