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    The Neo-Performative Teacher: School Reform, Entrepreneurialism and the Pursuit of Educational Equity.Chris Wilkins, Brad Gobby & Amanda Keddie - 2021 - British Journal of Educational Studies 69 (1):27-45.
    The impact of neoliberal reforms of education systems on the work of teachers and school leaders, particularly in relation to high-stakes accountability frameworks, has been extensively studied in recent decades. One significant aspect of neoliberal schooling is the emergence of quasi-autonomous public schools (such as Academies in England, Charter Schools in the USA and Independent Public Schools in Australia), characterised by heterarchical governance models, the promotion of entrepreneurial leadership cultures, and the promotion of a discourse of pursuing educational equity by (...)
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    The emotional labor of doing ‘boy work’: Considering affective economies of boyhood in schooling.Garth Stahl & Amanda Keddie - 2020 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 52 (8):880-890.
    Internationally, the research on the education of boys has sought to understand how social practices, behaviours and rituals contribute to identity construction. We are interested in approa...
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    The manosphere goes to school: Problematizing incel surveillance through affective boyhood.Ben Adams, Amanda Keddie & Garth Stahl - 2023 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 55 (3):366-378.
    Educators continue to struggle with how masculinities are performed and regulated in spaces of learning. In a time of rapid social change, there is a renewed impetus for gender justice reform in schooling, though these approaches themselves remain a shifting picture. Adding a new layer of complexity, we are now witness to educational policy recommendations around surveillance which are designed to counteract boys’ and young men’s vulnerabilities to be radicalised into the misogynies of the ‘manosphere’. These recommendations exist despite limited (...)
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  4. Political Justice, Schooling and Issues of Group Identity.Amanda Keddie - 2014 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 46 (3):1-13.
    This article explores issues associated with schooling and political justice. Such issues are understood in light of the contention surrounding howWestern schooling contexts might best represent marginalised groups—in ways that accord them a political voice. The significance of group identity politics is explored drawing on international debates associated with ethnically segregated schooling. A postcolonial theorising of group identity highlights the ways in which segregated schooling can both support and undermine politically just representation for marginalised students. This theorising draws attention to (...)
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    Rethinking inequalities between deindustrialisation, schools and educational research in Geelong.Eve Mayes, Amanda Keddie, Julianne Moss, Shaun Rawolle, Louise Paatsch & Merinda Kelly - 2018 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 51 (4):391-403.
    Inequalities have historically been conceptualised and empirically explored with primary reference to the human. Both measurements of educational inequalities through the production of data about students, teachers and schools, and ethnographic explorations of inequalities in the spoken accounts of human actors in schools can elide affective histories and material geologies of the earth that entwine with societal inequalities, and political questions of the relation between particular human bodies and the earth. In this article, we question: What might it do to (...)
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