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Hidden Curriculum: Gender Socialization
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Alexander, Susan M. 2010. “Hidden Curriculum: Gender Socialization”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Orenstein (1994:5) defines the hidden curriculum as "the unstated lessons that students learn in school: it is the running subtext through which teachers communicate behavioral norms and individual status in the school culture, the process of socialization that cues children into their place in the hierarchy of larger society." This in-class group...

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Subject Area(s):
Sex and Gender
Resource Type(s):
Class Activity
Class Level(s):
College 300

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