Feminine subjectivities and aspirational learner identities

In educational research, girls are frequently depicted as success stories, able to effortlessly navigate academic excellence as empowered females. However, these depictions lack nuance and often fail to capture the complexity of young women’s experiences as they shift from compulsory schooling into higher education.

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