South African education and the ideology of patriarchy

  • D. Coetzee

Abstract

Despite current legislation prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of inter alia gender, it appears that little has been achieved to facilitate equality of the sexes in the South African society (and education in particular). It seems that this can be attributed to a deep-rooted patriarchal society. This article consequently investigates the ideological nature of patriarchy and illustrates strategies that are applied to perpetuate relations of domination that serve this ideology.

(South African Journal of Education: 2001 21(4): 300-304)
Published
2006-06-30
Section
Articles

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