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Edited by Poynor, Leslie; Wolfe, Paula
An examination of the real world consequences of the political pressures and influences on teachers today. In particular, it looks at how the political actions of the conservative right disempower and control teachers, school districts, parents, and children.
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By Wolfe, Paula
The field of popular music production is overwhelmingly male dominated. Here, Paula Wolfe discusses gendered notions of creativity and examines the significant under-representation of women in studio production. Wolfe brings an invaluable perspective as both a working artist-prod...ucer and as a scholar, thereby offering a new body of research based on interviews and first hand observation. Wolfe demonstrates that patriarchal frameworks continue to form the backbone of the music industry establishment but that women s work in the creation and control of sound presents a potent challenge to gender stereotyping, marginalisation and containment of women s achievements that is still in evidence in music marketing practices and media representation in the digital era.Read more
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By Faltis, Christian; Wolfe, Paula
This volume brings together research on adolescent learners of English within the secondary school context. It covers a wide range of issues in bilingualism and ESL, including curriculum planning and implementation of native language literacy, sheltered content teaching and langu...age teaching.Read more
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