The new issue of CEPS Journal
In Vol. 7, Issue 2 you find focus papers on Gender and Education.
Mapping Women’s and Gender Studies in the Academic Field in Slovenia
— Milica Antić Gaber
The Anti-Gender Movement in Europe and the Educational Process in Public Schools
— Roman Kuhar and Aleš Zobec
Gender in the Teaching Profession: University Students’ Views of Teaching as a Career
— Veronika Tašner, Mojca Žveglič Mihelič and Metka Mencin Čeplak
Students’ Gender-Related Choices and Achievement in Physics
— Ivana Jugović
Gender Differences in Children’s Language: A Meta-Analysis of Slovenian Studies
— Ljubica Marjanovič-Umek and Urška Fekonja-Peklaj
Adolescent Boys, Embodied Heteromasculinities and Sexual Violence
— James W. Messerschmidt
The Teacher as One of the Factors Influencing Students’ Perception of Biology as a School Subject
— Milan Kubiatko, Gregor Torkar and Lenka Rovnanova
To what Extent Do School Leaders in Slovenia Understand Physical School Environments as a
— Majda Cencič
Eribon, Didier (2013). Returning to Reims. Los Angeles: MIT Press, 256 pp. ISBN 978-1-58435-123-8.
— Nina Perger
You can access the papers on http://www.cepsj.si/doku.php?id=en:cepsj.