Blyga pojkar och starka flickor : En studie om genus och jämställdhet i den kenyanska skolan
The aim of this study is to examine how two Kenyan school's approaches gender roles, by what the curriculum says and by how the teachers way of teaching are effecting the creation of gender roles. The aim is further to find out what the Kenyan school settings are, according to gender and equality, and how these are implemented in practice. This was examined through interviews at two local schools in Kenya, with five practicing teachers from grade one through grade six. This work compares the respondents' answers to the research that is related to the topic. Because of lack in the research about Kenya, the research has been based on mostly Swedish investigations. The conclusion of this study is that the two schools in Kenya are aiming for an equal school, which is also the government's goal. Teachers who work in primary school have similar ways of teaching, concerning a gender and equality thinking. Respondents have different ideas about gender and equality but they all agree that the traditional gender patterns must disappear to make both the school and the rest of society completely equal.
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