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by Philipp Gonon,Kurt Häfeli,Anja Heikkinen,Iris Ludwig

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Author: Philipp Gonon,Kurt Häfeli,Anja Heikkinen,Iris Ludwig
Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (June 6, 2001)
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Historical, Cultural and Policy Aspects. Philipp Gonon, Kurt Häfeli, Anja Heikkinen and Iris Ludwig. This volume contains contributions presented at the international conference Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education (19-21 August 1999, Aarau)

Historical, Cultural and Policy Aspects. This volume contains contributions presented at the international conference Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education (19-21 August 1999, Aarau). The main focus is on gender aspects in vocational education – particularly health care education – and further education.

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Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education: Historical, Cultural and Policy Aspects. Discusses the problem of creating a vocational education and training profession in Europe. In approaching the problem, national and cultural differences of vocational education and training must be recognized View. Gonon, Philipp, E. Haefeli, Kurt, E. Heikkinen, Anja, Ed. Heikkinen, Anja, E. Ludwig, Iris, Ed. – 2001.

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Gonon, K. Haefeli, A. Heikkinen, & I. Ludwig (Ed., Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education – Historical, Cultural and Policy Aspects (p. 57-72). with Borkowsky, A. (1998).

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Gender perspectives on vocational education: Historical, cultural and policy aspects. Where are the women in vocational education and training? An assessment of technical and further education (TAFE) in Australia. Paper presented at the Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education Conference, Aarau, Switzerland. Goodson, I. & Numan, U. (2002). Teacher's life worlds, agency and policy contexts. In R. D. Lakes & P. A. Carter (Ed., Globalizing education for work: Comparative perspectives on gender and the new economy (pp. 153–167). Marx, K. (1976/1845).

This volume contains contributions presented at the international conference «Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education» (19-21 August 1999, Aarau). The main focus is on gender aspects in vocational education – particularly health care education – and further education. Authors from different countries discuss the influence of gender on vocational education and present re and political reform projects. Drawing on international comparisons an outlook on gender equality in the fields of vocational education and work is offered. The articles particularly emphasize how equal rights for men and women can be put into practice in various occupations.