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Program and Student Services Branch
Instructional Resources Unit

Gender Equity
April 2000

HOW TO ACCESS THESE RESOURCES Resources are available from the Instructional Resources Unit, Manitoba Education, Training and Youth for Manitoba educators. Items can be requested in person, by phone, by mail, by facsimile transmission, or by electronic mail. You must be registered with the Library to access these resources. For a complete list of bibliographies go to the: Bibliographies web page. To Register as a Patron, or Renew Resources, and Inquire About Loans Contact: Circulation Services, Instructional Resources Unit Manitoba Education, Training and Youth 1181 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0T3 Telephone: Winnipeg: (204) 945-5371 Toll Free Outside of Winnipeg: (800) 282-8069, ext. 5371 Fax: (204) 945-8756 E-mail: irucirc@gov.mb.ca To Request Books, Selected Kits, Audio CDs, and Obtain Information on Resources Contact: Reference and Information Services, Instructional Resources Unit - Address Above Telephone: Winnipeg: (204) 945-7830/7851 Toll Free Outside of Winnipeg: (800) 282-8069, ext. 7830 or 7851 Fax: (204) 945-8756 E-mail: iruref@gov.mb.ca Postage is paid both ways by the Instructional Resources Unit. Go to Resource Request Form (in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format - 84 Kb) To Request Videorecordings, Videodiscs, CD-ROMs, 16mm Films, and Selected Multimedia Kits Contact: Media Booking, Instructional Resources Unit Telephone: Winnipeg: (204) 945-7849 Toll Free Outside of Winnipeg: (800) 592-7330 Fax: (204) 945-8756 E-mail: <irucirc@gov.mb.ca> Go to Video, Videodisc, CD-ROM, and Film Reservation Form (in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format - 85Kb) Schools receiving bookable resources through the federal mail will be invoiced for the mailout of the resources from Instructional Resources. Return postage continues to be paid for by the Instructional Resources Unit. It is recommended that audiovisual resources be previewed before use. To Request Videorecordings with Duplication Rights (with Video Duplication VT #s) Contact: Video Duplication Services, Instructional Resources Unit - Address Above Telephone: Winnipeg: (204) 945-7880 Toll Free Outside of Winnipeg: (800) 282-8069, ext. 7880 Fax: (204) 945-8756 E-mail: <irudub@gov.mb.ca> Go to Video Duplication Order Forms FURTHER INFORMATION ON OUR RESOURCES The Instructional Resources Unit develops bibliographies of resources on specific subjects. New titles are continuously added to these bibliographies and are flagged within the bibliographies as . These documents are available on the web site at: http://libinfo.merlin.mb.ca To conduct your own searches of the Library's collection, visit our online catalogue at http://libcat.merlin.mb.ca For a complete list of bibliographies go to the: Bibliographies web page. INDEX Articles...................................................................................................................... ............ ............ 1 Books .................................................................................................................................... ............ 1 Kits ........................................................................................................................................ ............ 7 Videos ................................................................................................................................... ............ 8

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"Genderizing the Curriculum." Special issue. English Journal. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Vol. 88:3. January 1999.

BOOKS
Adams, Carol. Primary matters: to equal opportunities in primary schools. London, Eng.: ILEA, 1986. 372.209421 P75 Adams, Carol and Laurikietis, Rae. The Gender trap: a closer look at sex roles. Book 1 education and work. Rev. American ed. Chicago: Academy Press, 1977. 301.41 A33 Bk.1 ----. The Gender trap: a closer look at sex roles. Book 2: sex and marriage. Rev. American ed. Chicago: Academy Press, 1977. 301.41 A33 Bk.2 ----. The Gender trap: a closer look at sex roles. Book 3: messages and images. Rev. American ed. Chicago: Academy Press, 1977. 301.41 A33 Bk.3 Alroy, Phyllis. Woman on Words & Images (Society). Channelling children: sex stereotyping in prime time TV: an analysis. Princeton, NJ: Woman on Words and Images, 1975. 791.45 W65 American Association of University Women. Educational Foundation. Gender gaps: where schools still fail our children. New York: Marlowe & Co., 1999. 370.19345 G47 Arnot, Madeleine. Race and gender: equal opportunities policies in education: a reader. Toronto: Pergamon Press, 1985. 370.19340941 R32 Bender, David L. and Bruno Leone. Male/female roles: opposing viewpoints. 1990 annual. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1990. (Opposing viewpoints sources) 305.3 M34s 1990 Bernards, Neil and Terry O'Neill, editors. Male/female roles: opposing viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1989. (Opposing viewpoints series) 305.3 M34 Blackmore, Jill. Gender matters in educational administration and policy: a feminist introduction. London: The Falmer Press, 1993. 371.2 G46 Brodrich, Pauline. Manitoba Education. Big boys don't cry: combatting sexual stereotyping. Winnipeg: Manitoba Education, [198?]. 372.8 B76 Burchell, Helen R. Changing perspectives on gender: new initiatives in secondary education. Philadelphia, PA: Open University Press, 1989. 370.193450941 C43 Butler, Matilda. Sex stereotyping in instructional materials and television: awareness kit. San Francisco: Women's Educational Equality Communications Network, 1978. 370.19345 B88 Byrne, Eileen M. Gender in education. Clevedon, Eng.: Multilingual Matters Ltd, 1990. 370.19345 G45

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Canadian Advisory Council of the Status of Women. Guidelines for non-sexist writing. Canada: Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Woman, 1984. 427 G83 Canadian Teachers' Federation. Thumbs down: a classroom response to violence towards women. Ottawa: Canadian Teachers' Federation, 1990. 362.83071 T48 Carrington, Bruce. Children and controversial issues: strategies for the early and middle years of schooling. London, Eng.: Falmer Press, 1988. 370.1150941 C45 Carter, Betty. A Feminist perspective on "The Badgley Report:" sexual offences against children. Toronto: Department. of Sociology in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Dept. of Sociology in Education), 1985. 362.70440971 C35f Charter of Rights Coalition (Manitoba). Charter compliance: selected provincial statutes: working toward equality rights for Canadian women. [Winnipeg]: The Coalition, [1987?]. 342.0878 C43 Council on Interracial Books for Children. Winning: "justice for all." Student workbook: a social studies/language arts curriculum. New York: Woman's Educational Equality Act Program, 1980. 372.83045 W55 -----. Winning: "justice for all." Teacher edition: a social studies/language arts curriculum. United States: Woman's Educational Equality Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, 1980. 372.83045 W55t ----. Counteracting bias in early childhood education. New York: Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1983. 372.21 C69 ----. How books influence children: what the research shows. New York: Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1980. 809.89282 H69 Craig, Cheryl. Promoting tolerance, understanding and respect for diversity: a monograph for educators. Curriculum: Alberta Education, 1985. 370.155 C73 Crawford, Mary, Sara Davis and Jadwiga Sebrechts, editors. Coming into her own: educational success in girls and women. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999. 371.822 C64 Davis, Enid. The Liberty cap: a catalogue of non sexist materials for children. Chicago: Academy Press Ltd., 1977. 028.52 D52 Davis, James E. Dealing with censorship. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1979. 379.1560973 D41 Derman-Sparks, Louise. Anti-bias curriculum: tools for empowering young children. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1989. 372.21 D47 Epstein, Debbie. Changing classroom cultures: anti-racism, politics, and schools. Stokeon-Trent, Eng.: Trentham Books, 1993. 370.190941 E67

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Erickson, Gaalen. Gender and mathematics / science education in elementary and secondary school. [Victoria]: Province of British Columbia, Minister of Education Information Services, 1980. 370.19345 E75 Erin Research (Firm). Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission. The Portrayal of gender in Canadian Broadcasting: summary report, 1984-1988. Ottawa: The Commission, 1990. 302.2340971 P67 Fausto-Sterling, Anne. Myths of gender: biological theories about women and men. New York: Basic Books, 1985. 155.33 F39 Feagin, Joe R. Discrimination American style: institutional racism and sexism. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1978. 305.800973 F41 Fidkalo, Wendy Louis Wright. Transforming schools: teacher awareness of gender issues in mathematics: science, and computer literacy. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1991. 370.19345 F53 Foster, Marina. Teaching for equality: educational resources on race and gender. London, Eng.: Runnymede Trust, 1987. 016.3058007 B76 French, Marilyn. The War against women. New York: Ballantine Books, 1992. 305.42 F74 Gainor, J Ellen. Shaw's daughters: dramatic and narrative constructions of gender. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. 822.912 G33 Gersoni-Edelman, Diane. Sexism and youth. New York: Bowker, 1974. 301.41 G47 Gaskell, Jane S. Gender matters from school to work. Toronto: OISE Press/Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1992. 370.19345 G38 ----. Our Schools/Our Selves Education Foundation. Claiming an education: feminism and Canadian schools. Toronto: Our Schools/Our Selves, 1989. 370.193450971 G38 Gibertson, Marilyn K. The Influence of gender on the verbal interactions among principals and staff members: an exploratory study. Winnipeg, MB: 1978. 371.106 G54 Gipps, C. V. & Patricia Murphy. Equity in the classroom: towards effective pedagogy for girls and boys. London; Washington, DC: Falmer Press; Paris, France: Unesco Publishers, 1996. 370.19345 E65 Goertzen, Sandi. A Commentary on gender differences. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Education, Planning and Research, 1986. 370.19345 M67 Grant, Carl A. Making choices for multicultural education: five approaches to race, class and gender. OH: Merrill Publishing, 1988. 370.196 S54 Greenberg, Selma Betty. Right from the start: a guide to nonsexist child rearing. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1978. 649.1 G74

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Greenglass, Esther R. A World of difference: gender roles in perspective. Toronto: J. Wiley, 1982. 155.33 G74 Grossman, Herbert. Gender issues in education. Boston; Toronto: Allyn & Bacon Press, 1994. 370.19345 G76 Gudmundson, Anne L. The Relationship between the computer music composition stages of elementary school children and their age, gender, music aptitude, school music achievement and private music lessons. Winnipeg, MB: University of Manitoba, 1986. 372.874 G83 Gumbert, Edgar B. Expressions of power in education: studies of class, gender and race. Atlanta, GA: Center for Cross-cultural Education. 1984. 370.19 E96 Haddad, Jane. Sexism and social welfare policy: the case of family benefits in Ontario. Toronto: Department of Sociology in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1985. 361.9713 H33 Horgan, Dianne D. Achieving gender equity: strategies for the classroom. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1995. 370.19345 H67 Katz, Wendy R.S. Nova Scotia Confederation of University Faculty Associations. Status of Woman Committee. Her and his: language of equal value: a report of the status of Woman Committee of the Nova Scotia Confederation of University Faculty Associations on sexist language and the university, with guidelines. Halifax, NS: The Committee, 1981. 401.9 N69 Lynch, James. Prejudice reduction and the schools. London, Eng.: Cassell. 1987. 370.115 L95 Maggio, Rosalie. The Nonsexist word finder: a dictionary of gender-free usage. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1987. R 423 M33 Maggio, Rosalie. The Dictionary of bias-free usage: a guide to nondiscriminatory language. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1991. 428 M33 Manitoba Education, Training and Youth. Violence prevention in daily life and in relationships. (Curriculum Support series, Health grades 5-8). 1993 613.0710712 H41v Manitoba. Manitoba Education. Confronting the stereotypes. Volume I: kindergarten to grade 4. Winnipeg: Manitoba Education, 1985. 372.19 W64d ----. Confronting the stereotypes. Volume II: grades 5-8. Winnipeg: Manitoba Education, 1985. 372.19 W64f Manitoba. Curriculum Branch. Confronting the stereotypes for grades 4-6: a handbook on bias. Winnipeg: Manitoba Department of Education, Curriculum Services Branch, 1980. 372.19 W64e

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McLaren, Arlene Tigar. Gender and society: creating a Canadian woman's sociology. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1988. 305.40971 G45 McLeod, Linda, Heather-Jane Robertson and Diane Kinnon. The Realities, concerns, expectations and barriers experienced by adolescent women in Canada = Les Realites, preoccupations, attentes et obstacles que connaissent les adolescentes au Canada. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Teachers' Federation, 1991. (A Cappella papers) 376.63 A02 v.7 1991 Metropolitan Toronto School Board. Challenging ourselves: towards gender equity and violence-free relationships, a handbook of practical activities for classroom teachers. Markham, ON: Pembroke Publishers, 1996. 370.19345 C43 Measor, Lynda. Gender and schools. Cassell, 1992. 370.19345 S53 Millard, Elaine. Differently literate: boys, girls, and the schooling of literacy. London; Washington, DC: Falmer Press, 1997. 372.60941 M54 Miller, Casey. Words and women 1st. ed. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press, 1976. 305.42014 M54 Mlodzinski, Linda C. Teachers, technology and patriarchy: feminist discourse in educational technology. University of Manitoba Press, 1991. 370.19345 M56 Moore, Barbara G. Equity in education: gender issues in the use of computers: a review and bibliography. Toronto, ON: Minister of Education, 1986. 370.19345 M65 Munto, Alice. Dance of the happy shades: stories. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1968. F Mun Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Centre for Sex Equality. Guide to nonsexist teaching activities (K-12). Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1983. 016.37019345 G83 Nelson, Toni and Manitoba. Curriculum Services Branch. Violence against women: learning activities to prevent violence against women, Senior 1-4 (grades 9-12). Winnipeg: Manitoba Education, Training and Youth, 1991. 373.146 N44 Nemioff, Greta Hofmann. Gender issues. Toronto: McGraw Hill Ryerson, 1993. 808.0427 I86 v.4 ----. Gender issues. Teacher's guide. Toronto: McGraw Hill Ryerson, 1993. 808.0427 I86t v.4 Nilsen, Alleen Pace, NCTE Committee on the Role and Image of Woman in the Council and the Profession and NCTE Committee on Public Double Speak. Sexism and language. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1977. 301.412 S48 Oremland, Evelyn K. and Oremland, Jerome D. The Sexual gender and young children: the role of the educator. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing, 1977. 155.4180 S48 Patton, William E. and National Council for the Social Studies. Improving the use of social studies textbooks. Washington, DC: Social Studies, 1980. 372.83045 I46

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Penelope, Julia. Speaking freely: unlearning the lies of the fathers' tongues. 1st ed. New York; Toronto: Pergamon Press, 1990. 306.44082 P45 Razack, Sherene. Looking white people in the eye: gender, race, and culture in courtrooms and classrooms. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998. 305.48800971 R39 Rees, Ruth. Women and men in education: a national survey of gender distribution in school systems. Toronto, ON: Canadian Education Association, 1990. 370.19345 R43 Roberts, Patricia. Gender positive!: a teachers' and librarians' guide to non-stereotyped children's literature, K-8. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 1993. 372.64044 R62 Sadker, Myra. Failing at fairness: how our schools cheat girls. New York, NY: Touchstone, 1993. 370.19345 S23o Saskatchewan Education. Gender equity: policy and guidelines for implementation. A summary. Regina, SK: 1991. 370.19345 G44 Saskatchewan Teacher's Federation; Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit. A Voice for all students: realizing gender equity in schools. 370.19 S59 v.6 Satzewich, Victor Nicholas. First nations: race, class, and gender relations. Scarborough, ON: Nelson Canada, 1993. 971.00497 S28 Sex role stereotyping in the schools. Washington: National Education Association, 1973. 370.15 S48 Simms, Richard L. Racism and sexism: responding to the challenge. Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies, 1980. 370.115 R32 Skelton, Christine. Whatever happens to little women?: gender and primary schooling. Milton Keyna, Eng.: Open University Press, 1985. 370.19345 W43 Solsken, Judith W. Literacy, gender, and work in families and in school. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing, 1993. 372.4 S64 Soucie, Rolande. Gender equity: perceptions of today's adolescent women. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Teachers' Federation, 1990. (A Cappella papers). 376.63 A02 v.5 Spender, Dale and Elizabeth Sarah. Learning to lose: sexism and education. 2nd ed. London, Eng.: The Women's Press, 1988. 370.19345 L41 Spender, Dale. Invisible women: the schooling scandal. London, Eng.: The Women's Press, 1989. 376.941 S64 Sport and gender: a feminist perspective on sociology of sport. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 796.01 C30 v.4 Sprung, Barbara. Non-sexist education for young children: a practical guide. 372.13 S67

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----. Perspectives on non-sexist early childhood education. New York: Teachers College Press, 1978. 372.210973 C65 Stitt, Beverly A. Building gender fairness in schools. Carbondale IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1988. 370.19345 S75 Stone, Karen and Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Centre for Sex Equality. Bibliography of nonsexist supplementary books (K-12). Phoenix: Oryz Press, 1984. 370.45 B52 Throne, Barrie. Gender play: girls and boys in school. Rutgers University Press, 1993. 370.193450973 T46 ----. Language and sex: difference and dominance. Rowley, MA: Newbury Publishers, 1975. 301.21 L35 University of Winnipeg. Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Woman Employees. Towardsgender equality: the report and recommendations to the University of Winnipeg Board of Regents. Winnipeg, MB: University of Winnipeg, 1991. 378.11097127 U55 Walling, Donovan R. Hot buttons. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1997. 370.973 H68 Welner, Gaby. The Primary school and equal opportunities: international perspectives on gender issues. London, Eng.: Cassell, 1990. 372.1822 P75 Wellesley College. Centre for Research on Women & American Association of University Women. Educational Foundation. How schools shortchange girls---the AAUW report: a study of major findings on girls and education. New York: Marlowe & Co., 1995, c1992. 370.19345 H69 1995 Wilkinson, Louise Cherry. Gender influences in classroom interaction. Orlando; Toronto: Academic Press, 1985. 370.151 G45 Wirtenbury, Jeana. Characters in textbooks: a review of the literature. Washington, DC: United States Commission on Civil Rights. U.S. Print Office, 1980. 371.32 W57

KITS
Council on Interracial Books for Children. Childcare shapes the future: anti-sexist strategies. 1982. K 305.3 C45 ----. Identifying sexism and racism in children's books. New York: Council on International Books for Children, 1984, c1978. K 372.19 I34 Council on Interracial Books for Children. Childcare shapes the future: anti-sexist strategies. New York: Multicultural Project for Communication and Education, 1983 K 305.8 C45s Council on Interracial Books for Children. Childcare shapes the future: anti-sexist strategies. New York: Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1982. K 305.3 C45

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Nash, Kathy. Investigating images: working with pictures on an international theme. Manchester, Eng.: Manchester Development Education Project, 1988. K 302.23 N38I

VIDEOS
Black-eyed Susan. [Orillia, ON]: Sneyd Syndicate Inc., 1994. 1 videocassette (60 min.) SUMMARY: When Jonathan Jones is bewitched by a bouquet of flowers, one of them, a blackeyed Susan, evokes memories of wife abuse in the home. After his mother comes to the school because Jonathan is refusing to leave, she discloses that her husband has been beating her for years and she fears for her children's safety. With help from the school nurse, they move to a shelter for abused women, Interval House. Harry Jones receives counselling and joins a group for abusive men where he learns to take responsibility for his actions and as a result becomes slowly involved with his family again. Program two shows the technical aspects of creating a number of scenes in the program. Audience: Grades 1 to 6, Professional Development. Booking #7080 Courting equality. [S.l.]: Viacom; Scarborough, ON: Omega Films Limited [distributor], 1989. 1 videocassette (20 min.) SUMMARY: A university student is subjected to sexual harassment on the job. Later she is present at a meeting of women in which a lawyer from LEAF, the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund describes the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the strivings of women to achieve equality in areas such as divorce, pensions and retirement, sports, and in relation to issues of pregnancy and sexual harassment. Real cases brought before the Supreme Court illustrate the need for the fight for equality. Audience: Senior 1 to Senior 4. Booking #4987 The Crown Prince. [Montreal, QE]: National Film Board of Canada, 1987. 1 videocassette (40 min.) and 1 study guide. SUMMARY: Billy, approximately 16 years old, and Freddy (10 or 11, perhaps) are shown in a home where the father abuses the mother. Shows the impact of family violence on these two boys, as they interact with each other, their peers, and in their school activities. Finally, mother and younger son leave for a shelter with the older son following her. Audience level: Senior 1 to Senior 4, Professional Development. Booking #9073 Cultural sovereignty; Shaping information. [Montreal]: National Film Board of Canada, 1989. 1 videocassette (96 min.) SUMMARY: Uses excerpts from films and documentaries of the NFB to examine the influence of the mass media on various facets of society. This program explores the relationship between the mass media and cultural identity and sovereignty in Canada. Audience: Senior 1 to Senior 4. Booking #6961 One onion at a time. [Edmonton, AB]: Canadian Petroleum Association, 1988. 1 videocassette (18 min.) SUMMARY: This video is designed to help junior high school students with career planning. It introduces three students. The first has failed math and would rather do a summer job than attend summer school. The second has good marks which will get her into university to do a science degree and then into vet school. The third, a dropout, is cutting onions for a living. All three tour university where they met professionals and they see a video based on the oil industry. They are amazed by the variety of careers within this industry. In the end, the 1st student decides to go to summer school to get better marks, and the third will continue to work evenings but will return to school in the fall. Audience: Grades 7 to 8. Booking #7820, Dubbing #VT-0007

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Raising young voices. [BC]: Ministry of Women's Equality, British Columbia; [Winnipeg]: distributed by Manitoba Women's Directorate and Manitoba Education, Training and Youth, 1994. 1 videocassette (19 min.) + 3 discussion guides + 1 letter. Closed-Captioned. SUMMARY: Designed to introduce viewers to gender socialization, showing how, from their earliest years, boys and girls are expected to act differently and to be treated differently at home, on the playground and at school. Discusses how parents and educators can help children to break free of these stereotypic patterns and includes comments of students who describe the impact of gender socialization on them. Audience: Adult, Professional Development. Booking #3465, Video Duplication #VT-0083 Sisters in the struggle. [Montreal]: National Film Board of Canada, 1991. 1 videocassette (50 min.) SUMMARY: Presents Black women from across Canada who describe their experiences with racism and sexism, and the ways in which their involvement with the Black women's movement have affected their lives. They talk about their struggle to overcome sexism and racism and describe the problems and events during the 1970's which are still present and ongoing into the 1990's. Includes archival footage. Audience: Grades 7 to Senior 4. Booking #9797, Video Duplication #VT-0247 When I grow up. [United States]: Corporation for Community College Television; Richmond, BC: Magic Lantern Communications Ltd. [distributor], 1988. (Portrait of a family series) 1 videocassette (29 min.) SUMMARY: Series examines marriage and family in the 1980's. This program focuses on sex roles and gender identity. Discusses how heredity and culture have played key roles in determining gender identity and how social and economic factors have caused changes to occur in these definitions. Audience: Senior 2 to Senior 4. Booking #9737 A Word in edgewise. [Canada]: W.A.V.E.; Halifax, NS: Atlantic Independent Media [distributor], 1986. 1 videocassette (26 min.) SUMMARY: Language influences the way people think, and the ways it is used reflect much about a society's attitudes and prejudices. This documentary focuses on sexism in language, and the use of language to reflect inequality between men and women. Language perpetuates the idea of a superior male dominated world. The elimination of sexism from language is stressed. The use of non-gender terms such as chairperson, humankind, handmade and salesperson is seen as a positive step towards representing both sexes equally in language. Audience: Senior 2 to 4, Professional Development. Booking #8017

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