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The girls' march to school: a comparative historical analysis of gender equalization in education in Argentina and Japan, ca. 1880-1970

By L. van der Vleuten

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Employing the Comparative Method, this thesis analyses the different factors that caused a process of gender equalization in primary and secondary education in Argentina and Japan between ca. 1880 and 1970. Especially for primary education, gender equality was remarkably high at a very early stage of the implementation of mass education in both nations. Not economic or cultural factors, but political factors eventually caused gender equality in education in both nations

Topics: Letteren, Comparative History, Argentina, Japan, education, primary, secondary, gender equality, nineteenth century, twentieth century
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/35892
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