Gender Replay: On Kids, Schools, and Feminism (Critical Perspectives on Youth #10) (Paperback)
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The first book-length critical reception of Barrie Thorne's classic book, Gender PlayBarrie Thorne's Gender Play was a landmark study of the social worlds of primary school children that sparked a paradigm shift in our understanding of how kids and the adults around them contest and reinforce gender boundaries. Thirty years later, Gender Replay celebrates and reflects on this classic, extending Thorne's scholarship into a new and different generation. Freeden Blume Oeur and C. J. Pascoe's new volume brings together many of the foremost scholars on youth from an array of disciplines, including sociology, childhood studies, education, gender studies, and communication studies. Together, these scholars reflect on many contemporary issues that were not covered in Thorne's original text, exploring new dimensions of schooling, the sociology of gender, social media, and feminist theory. Over fourteen essays, the authors touch on topics such as youth resistance in the Trump era; girls and technology; the use of play to challenge oppressive racial regimes; youth activism against climate change; the importance of taking kids seriously as social actors; and mentoring as a form of feminist praxis. Gender Replay picks up where Thorne's text left off, doing the vital work of applying her teachings to a transformed world and to new configurations of childhood.
About the Author
Freeden Blume Oeur (Editor) Freeden Blume Oeur is Associate Professor of Sociology and Education at Tufts University. He is the author of Black Boys Apart: Racial Uplift and Respectability in All-Male Public Schools and the coeditor of Unmasking Masculinities: Men and Society. C. J. Pascoe (Editor) C. J. Pascoe is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon and the author of American High School: How a Culture of Kindness Won't Solve Inequality, Dude, You're a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School and co-editor of Exploring Masculinities: Identity, Inequality, Continuity, and Change.