In this text various specialists in education honsider the merits of current thinking on self-esteem in relation to their field of expertise. Each concludes that a radical reassessment of the ways in which we think about

chapter |14 pages

Self-esteem and the Schooling of Girls: An Introduction

ByJane Kenway, Sue Willis

part |2 pages

Part I Critique

chapter 1|18 pages

Self-esteem Research and Equity Programs for Girls: A Reassessment

ByPeter Renshaw

chapter 2|16 pages

The Subtle Politics of Self-esteem Programs for Girls

ByJane Kenway, Sue Willis, Jenny Nevard

part |2 pages

Part II Culture

chapter 3|18 pages

Ethnic Minority Girls and Self-esteem

ByGeorgina Tsolidis

chapter 4|26 pages

Aboriginal Girls: Self-esteem or Self-determination?*

ByPat Dudgeon, Simone Lazaroo, Harry Pickett

chapter 5|22 pages

Culture, Gender and Self-esteem: Teaching Indo-Chinese Students

ByJackie Wenner

part |2 pages

Part III Curriculum

chapter 8|14 pages

Cultural Differences and Self-esteem: Alternative Curriculum Approaches

ByBill Cope, Mary Kalantzis

chapter 10|22 pages

The Power of Mathematics: For Whom?

BySue Willis

chapter 11|20 pages

Improving Self-esteem: A Whole School Approach

ByPam Jonas