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Gender and power

Carrie Paechter, Goldsmiths, University of London, academic work focuses around ideas of identity and childhood. She is particularly interested in what it means to be a gendered, embodied child and how that is understood by children themselves. Other research foci include: LGBTQI-parented families and schools; spatiality and schooling; power/knowledge, gender and curriculum; ideas about legitimacy, especially within communities of practice; online learning in divorce and similar situations.

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