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Latimer, Joanna Elizabeth; Ozga, Jenny; Cardiff University (2011)
Publisher: Cardiff University
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: H1
The article revisits research in the sociology of health and education undertaken during the nineteen- nineties and the intensification of managerial change agendas. We explore how gendered relations enable the accomplishment of new political economies in education and health. Since the early nineteen-nineties both spheres of work have been subject to increasing managerial scrutiny and professionalising agendas. We explore the effects of these agendas on the redistribution and reprofessionalisation of work in primary schools, hospitals and clinics. We consider the significance of these redistributions for practitioners of nursing and primary teaching. Specifically, both nurses and teachers are pressed to scientise and technologise their discourse and practice in response to managerial imperatives. Science and technology as cultural domains are both strongly associated with the masculine. Yet the masculinisation of nursing and primary teaching has not necessarily led to the elevation of nurses' and primary teachers' status. Drawing together two analytical frameworks (labour process and poststructuralism), the paper presents and examines this anomaly.
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