How has the impact of feminism helped improved the gender differences in education?
What did McRobbie find about the change in attitudes through magazines from the 70's and 90s?
What changes in the family have occurred since the 70s?
What changes have their been to women's employment?
Has the Equal Pay Act effected the pay gap between men and women?
How has these changes enouraged girls to do well at school?
What did Sharpe find in the change of ambitions for girls in the 70s and 90s?
Why did Boaler see the impact of equal opportunities policies as the key erason for the changes in girls achievement?
Why do Mitsos and Browne support the view that the way pupils are assessed have favoured girls and disadvantaged boys?
What does Elwood say about coursework?
How does teachers interaction with girls and boys differ and effect their achievement?
What did Weiner argue bout the stereotypes in the school curriculum?
How does league tables effect the opportunities for girls?
How do the Liberal feminists see the changes so far in achievement?
How do the Radical feminists see the changes so far in achievement?
What is the main reason for the gender gap in achievement between girls and boys?
How does the decline in traditional male jobs (e.g. mining, engineering) affected the motivation and self-esteem of men?
Why is education seen as being 'feminised'?
How do male teachers effect the achievement for boys in school?
How has the 'Laddish' subculture contributed to boys' underachievement?
How does McVeigh explain the influence of class, gender and ethnicity in achievement?
How do girls and boys take different gender routes in subjects in the National Curriculum, AS and A2 level and vocational courses?
What did Oakley identify as the difference between 'sex' and 'gender'?
How does early socialisation lead to boys and girls choosing different subjects?
What is meant by 'gender domains' and how is it linked to boys and girls choosing different subjects?
How may teachers effect the image of certain subjects and, as a result, effecting those who want to choose it?
What did Paetcher find about peer pressure and subject choice?
What effect does gendered careers have for boys and girls?
What is meant by 'hegemonic masculinity'?
In what way does verbal abuse reinforce gender and sexual identities?
How do male peer groups reinforce their masculinity through verbal abuse?
How do teachers also play a part in reinforcing gender identities?
How does the way in which boys look a girls effect how girls are seen?
How does the double standard reinforce gender inequalities?