The Discursive Marginality of Gender-Based Harassment in High Schools - The Discursive Marginality of Gender-Based Harassment in High Schools
od Weiser, Jessica
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This work examines the ways in which gender, power and identity converge in relation to gender-based harassment for students attending high schools in the Greater Toronto Area. Through employing a feminist post-structural approach, this study explores the gendered relations of power and practices in which gender-based harassment are constituted and their hegemonic effects. More specifically, this work investigates the discourses about gender, power and harassment made available to students in schools as well as the ways in which students variously, and at times contradictorily, position themselves in relation to these discourses. Ultimately, this work maps out the ways in which gender-based harassment, as part of gendered relations of power, is discursively marginal.
Jessica received her doctorate from OISE/UT in 2005 and has spent the last several years working in the field of adolescent mental health with a specific focus on violence prevention. She has authored several studies on youth violence and mental health, and has presented her work at various local, provincial and national conferences.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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