Texting gender and body as a distant/ced memory: an autobiographical account of bodies, masculinities and schooling
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Davison, K. G. (2004) 'Texting Gender and Body as a Distant/ced Memory: An AutobiographicalAccount of Bodies, Masculinities and Schooling'. The Journal Of Curriculum Theorizing, 20 (3):129-149.
Researchers, many of whom have come from a feminist perspective, have used autobiographical approaches to highlight issues of inequity and to centre the experiences of women where historically such experiences have been absent or not viewed as ¿legitimate.¿ This article, taken from doctoral research (Davison, 2003), employs critical autobiographical reflections as a tool to examine the complexities of the researcher¿s subjective experiences and how they are implicated in the research process itself.