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Being Treated Equally? A Sexual Analysis of Job-shifting and Career Experiences of Elementary School Supervisors
Huang, Hsiao Ching
You, Mei-Hui;Yang, Hsing-chen
elementary school supervisors;gender discrimination;career development;feminism
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:26:00 (UTC+8)|
By interviewing principals, supervisors, and ex-supervisors of both sexes, this study investigates the present situations of job-shifting and career experiences of elementary school supervisors through feminist point of view. We hope to promote equal career rights in job fields, which in turn will indirectly help realize further fulfillment of sex-equal education on campus at the same time.
The findings of this study are as follows: a) in the job field of elementary school supervisors, we see a “favorable” career development in male, while an “unfavorable” in female; b) the so-called “sex-considering” or “fitting and proper” job arrangement is common. Differentiating male or female jobs through structural factors of existing system poses a potential hindrance to female supervisors who resolve to devote themselves to educational administration career; c) elementary school female supervisors face multiple difficulties: too many social engagements and too much alcohol drinking bother them a lot; sexual harassments from male colleagues suggest a “power” relationship. All the above-mentioned incidents make salient the fact that female supervisors in elementary school job-power structure are subordinated.
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