Introduction - schooling as a masculinizing agency
teacher ideologies, representations and practices
local student cultures of masculinity and sexuality
sexuality - learning to become a heterosexual man at school
young women's experience of teacher and student masculinities
schooling, sexuality and male power - towards an emancipatory curriculum
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