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Janet Batsleer

In: The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice

Chapter 10: Undoing Sexism and Youth Work Practice. Seeking Equality. Unsettling Ideology. Affirming Difference. A UK Perspective

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Undoing Sexism and Youth Work Practice. Seeking Equality. Unsettling Ideology. Affirming Difference. A UK Perspective
Undoing Sexism and Youth Work Practice. Seeking Equality. Unsettling Ideology. Affirming Difference. A UK Perspective
Janet Batsleer
Introduction

This chapter draws on and summarises arguments I have developed in my book Youth Working with Girls and Women in Community Settings: A Feminist Perspective (Batsleer, 2013) and research undertaken since then on a variety of projects. It is also strongly influenced by my reading of the work of Sara Ahmed (2017). I am seeking to chip away at the wall of sexism and to show how youth work practice can both be complicit in building that wall of sexism and can chip away at it. I introduce three moments ...

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