Women in Educational Policy-making

A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of the Situation in the E.U.

Agnes De Munter (Author), Anne Snick (Author),

Series: Studia Paedagogica 24

Category: Education

Language: English

ISBN: 9789061869528

Publication date: April 28, 1999

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Size: 240 x 160 x mm

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The attainment of equal opportunities as an ethical problem

    Introduction

  1. Gender balance and equal opportunities
  2. Different identities
  3. Structural analysis of the legitimations
  4. Philosophical assumptions of the prevailing notion of emancipation
  5. The primacy role of the ethical relationship
  6. Educational policy-making: an exemplary case
    Conclusion
  • The situation in the E.U.: a preliminary look

      Introduction

    1. A concept of educational policy-making
    2. Construction of the questionnaire and research progress
    3. Discussion of the outcomes
      1. Assessment of women’s position within decision-making positions
      2. Factors influencing women’s access to decision-making positions
      3. Policies concerning gender issues

      Conclusions

    Literature
    Appendices

      Country reports
      Introductory letter
      Women’s involvement in decision-making in higher education
  • Agnes De Munter

    Anne Snick

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