Sociological aspects of women in primary teaching: career contexts and strategies
Evetts, Julia (1990) Sociological aspects of women in primary teaching: career contexts and strategies. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This collection of articles and the book are a product of one piece of research on the careers of women in teaching. The research began with a statistical analysis of the career characteristics of women and men in teaching in one educational authority using data collated from Teachers' Service Cards. Then the research focused on women in primary teaching. Career history interviews were conducted with twenty-five married women who were headteachers of primary or infant schools from two educational areas of an English midlands county. The data for the research consisted of the Teachers' Service Cards, the interview material, together with DES official statistics on Teachers in Service.
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