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Title: Boys Play Cricket, Girls Play House: Examining the Gender Binary in Pakistani Public Schools
Contributors: McDonald, Sheena
Keywords: Relationship between the gender binary and bias in textbooks and the binary and bias in Pakistani society –Pakistan
Two central prongs – first, a critical discourse analysis of government school textbooks available in the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) for English, Islamiat, Pakistan Studies, Social Studies, and Home Economics –Pakistan
The second feature of the investigation is a series of in-depth and open-ended interviews with children and their instructors conducted in public schools in the ICT -Pakistan
Current government school textbooks -- rigid gender roles and the marginalisation of women within society--Pakistan
Gender binary, social construction and post-structural feminism--Pakistan
Issue Date: May-2013
Publisher: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 132
Place of Publication: Islamabad, Pakistan
Series/Report no.: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 132; 2013
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