Gender-Equitable Teaching Beliefs of Early Childhood Teachers



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This study aims to reveal gender-based individual, social, institutional and structural challenges academics face in their careers in Turkey. The theoretical framework was shaped by feminist standpoint theory which allowed a critical perspective to the traditional conceptualization of ideal worker. The data were collected through semi-structured in-depth interviews from 10 male and 10 female academics working in Ankara, the capital of Turkey. The findings revealed four main themes. Firstly, some differences...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of the intersecting dynamics of gender and ethnic identities for Kurdish migrant women in Turkey. For this aim it attempts to investigate Kurdish migrant women's everyday lives in their private and public domains, which include in-family, out-family social and economic relations. It is expected that Kurdish women's gender and ethnic identities will intersect in these domains and will be effective in creating a specific ethnic community identity. For this re...
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Prejudice toward leaders might be problematic for employees and organizations because of its negative consequences for employees like lower job satisfaction or leader satisfaction. One of the reasons which can cause prejudiced attitudes toward leaders is the mismatch between gender roles and the leadership style displayed, as according to role congruity theory, employees expect their leaders to show behaviors consistent with their gender roles in society (Eagly & Karau, 2002). According to Altemeyer (1998),...
Gender politics and education in the Gülen Movement
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In Turkey, women’s involvement in the Gülen Movement (known to its adherents as Hizmet (Service)), a global religious movement, contributes to extending the gendered forms of conservative-modern discourses within the practices of everyday life by introducing a new form of Islamic activism. This chapter traces the gender and pedagogical discourses of the Gülen Movement, based on ethnographic analysis of data collected in one of the Movement’s high schools in a conservative, provincial city in western Turkey....
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E. Şenyurt and F. Erden, “Gender-Equitable Teaching Beliefs of Early Childhood Teachers,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: