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Title:Gender violence in education
Editor:Bhana, DeeviaISNI
Periodical:Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity (ISSN 1013-0950)
Geographic terms:South Africa
Subjects:sexual offences
higher education
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ragn20/23/80
Abstract:In putting educational settings in the spotlight, the intention of this special issue of 'Agenda' is to better understand the nature, form and extent of gender violence across the spectrum of South African education. Articles: Policies and sexual harassment in higher education: two steps forward and three steps somewhere else (Jane Bennett); Coercive sexual practices and gender-based violence on a university campus (Lindsay Clowes et al.); Nobody's business: proposals for reducing gender-based violence at a South African university (Anthony Collins et al.); 'Let us burn the house down!': violence against women in the higher education environment (Mary Hames); Gender violence during workplace learning (Labby Ramrathan and Sathishah Ramrathan); Not crossing the line: masculinities and homophobic violence in South Africa (Thabo Msibi); 'I'm not so into gangs anymore. I've started going to Church now': coloured boys resisting gangster masculinity (Bronwynne Anderson); 'I know that I could have walked away but there were people around there': masculinities and fights between boys at a Durban high school (Vijay Hamlall and Robert Morrell); Gender violence: narratives and experiences of girls in three rural primary schools in Lesotho (Pholoho Morojele); Sexual harassment of female students in three selected high schools in urban Masvingo, Zimbabwe (Regis Chireshe and Excellent Chireshe); Factors that inhibit implementation of policies on gender-based violence in schools: a case study of two districts in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa (Owence Chabaya et al.); Bride abduction in KwaZulu-Natal schools and its effects on education (Makho Nkosi). [ASC Leiden abstract]