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Gender and Teachers 5.Gender-Based Prejudices of Japanese Child-Care and Education Professionals Who Have ‘Internalised a Gender Consciousness’ - Aiko Matsunaga

Gender and Teachers 5.Gender-Based Prejudices of Japanese Child-Care and Education Professionals Who Have ‘Internalised a Gender Consciousness’ - Aiko Matsunaga

Gender and Teachers 5.Gender-Based Prejudices of Japanese Child-Care and Education Professionals Who Have ‘Internalised a Gender Consciousness’ - Aiko Matsunaga

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ISBN : 978 - 9963 - 2093 - 6 - 1
Author : Aiko Matsunaga

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In this study, we will show that child-care and education professionals in Japan receive lower salaries based on their genders, even after they improve their educational qualifications, and that circumstances make it difficult for them to balance having both a career and children. We will also note the possibility that child-care and education professionals who have ‘internalised a gender consciousness’ have gender-based prejudices about children.

This implies that it is important to first look for methods to liberate child-care and education professionals from a society with a strong gender consciousness and to formulate methods to shape and improve their consciousness about the gender that they have internalised.

Book Author

Aiko Matsunaga

Publisher

HM Studies

Language

English

Pages

18

Year Published

2014