Originally published in 1971. This second volume in this three-part set examines specific aspects of social relationships within the school and demonstrates that co-educational and single-sex schools are fundamentally different communities. These volumes examine in detail the social and psychosocial differences between co-educational and single-sex schools. This volume provides a wealth of evidence from pupils and ex-pupils about such aspects as discipline, bullying, happiness, anxiety and attitudes to sex.
Introduction 1. The Investigations 2. Happiness in Schools: a) The Estimates 3. Happiness in Schools: b) The Free Responses 4. School Atmosphere 5. Inter-pupil Relationship 6. Bullying and Related Aspects 7. Life in School I 8. Life in School II 9. Unhappy Pupils 10. Out-of-School Conduct 11. School Preference 12. Attitude to the Opposite Sex 13. Social Relationships Between Boys and Girls 14. Comparative Attitude to Sex 15. Some Sociological Questions 16. Preparation for the Adult World 17. Marriage 18. Anxiety About School 19. Neuroticism and Introversion-Extraversion 20. The Amalgamated Schools 21. Conclusion. Appendix 1: The Questionnaires. Appendix 2: Additional Tables
Reissuing works originally published between 1945 and 1998, this collection of books on the intersection of gender and education looks at various issues within schools and teaching, from careers of primary school teachers to the experience of single-sex schools, to adult learning provision for women. Some of the books included here look at research undertaken into the issues of gender within education while others consider an individual aspect, such as the education of women in developing countries, or the construction of masculinity. This set offers a wide spread of coverage on a key topic in education.