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by April Laskey Aerni,KimMarie McGoldrick

eBook Valuing Us All: Feminist Pedagogy and Economics download ISBN: 0472067044
Author: April Laskey Aerni,KimMarie McGoldrick
Publisher: University of Michigan Press (December 15, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 272
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Part 1 introduces a vision of feminist pedagogy, explains the importance of developing feminist pedagogy in economics, and proposes a. .April Laskey Aerni is Associate Professor of Economics, Nazareth College of Rochester.

Part 2 reveals how current course content is narrowly defined and demonstrates how content can be altered to be more inclusive. KimMarie McGoldrick is Associate Professor of Economics, University of Richmond.

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Feminist economists have used feminist thought to analyze and revise the discipline of economics

Feminist economists have used feminist thought to analyze and revise the discipline of economics. Finally, the pedagogy and types of evaluative instruments traditionally used in economics classes may favor male learning styles, contributing to Using a large multi-school sample, we investigate how students' characteristics and attitudes interact with the instructor's pedagogy and certain departmental and college level characteristics to influence students' decisions to continue in economics beyond the first semester.

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Feminist economics is a field that includes both studies of gender roles in the economy from a liberatory perspective and . Valuing us all: Towards feminist pedagogy in economics. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Feminist economics is a field that includes both studies of gender roles in the economy from a liberatory perspective and critical work directed at biases in the economics discipline. Bargaining’ and gender relations: Within and beyond the household. Feminist Economics 3(1): 1–51. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Agarwal, . J. Humphries, and I. Robeyns. A special issue on Amartya Sen’s work and ideas.

Books from the extended shelves: McGoldrick, KimMarie: Valuing us all : feminist pedagogy and economics, (Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1999), also by April Laskey Aerni (page images at HathiTrust)

Books from the extended shelves: McGoldrick, KimMarie: Valuing us all : feminist pedagogy and economics, (Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1999), also by April Laskey Aerni (page images at HathiTrust).

Toward feminist pedagogy in economics, April Laskey Aerni,. Personal Name: McGoldrick, KimMarie. Feminist pedagogy : a means for bringing critical thinking and creativity to the economics classroom, Jean Shackelford Breaking down the walls, opening up the fields : situating the economics classroom in the site of social action, Margaret Lewis Hidden by the invisible hand : neoclassical economic theory and the textbook treatment of race and gender, Susan. Rubrics: Feminist economics Study and teaching (Higher) Economics Feminism and education.

Part 1: Introduction to Feminist Pedagogy. Toward Feminist Pedagogy in Economics, April Laskey Aerni, Robin L. Bartlett, Margaret Lewis, KimMarie McGoldrick, and Jean Shackelford. Feminist Pedagogy: A Means for Bringing Critical Thinking and Creativity to the Economics Classroom, Jean Shackelford. Breaking Down the Walls, Opening Up the Field: Situating the Economics Classroom in the Site of Social Action, Margaret Lewis. Hidden by the Invisible Hand: Neoclassical Economic Theory and the Textbook Treatment of Race and Gender, Susan F. Feiner and Bruce B. Roberts.

A basic knowledge of economics is critical for making informed decisions in today's world. By offering courses and materials that are more relevant to our students' lives and encouraging more active participation in the discovery of economic concepts and theories, we promote the development of informed citizens.