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Boys and Education in the Global South

Emerging Vulnerabilities and New Opportunities for Promoting Changes in Gender Norms

Gary Barker, Ravi Verma, John Crownover, Marcio Segundo, Vanessa Fonseca, Juan Manuel Contreras, Brian Heilman, and Peter Pawlak

This article presents a review of global data on boys' education in the Global South and recent findings on the influence of boys' educational attainment on their attitudes and behaviors in terms of gender equality. The article also presents three examples—from Brazil, the Balkans, and India—on evaluated, school-based approaches for engaging boys and girls in reducing gender-based violence and promoting greater support for gender equality. Recommendations are provided for how to integrate such processes into the public education system in such a way that provides benefits for both boys and girls in a relational approach.

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Enis Sulstarova

light. Islam reappears in the lessons that deal with the rise of the Ottoman state and its invasions of the Balkans. A textbook published in 1992 states that in the invaded countries the Turks spread Islam by force and oppressed the native cultures, a

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“Presentism” Versus “Path Dependence”?

Reflections on the Second World War in Russian Textbooks of the 1990s

Serguey Ehrlich

delay the opening of the western front, but also in their plans to invade the Balkans “in order to keep the Red Army out of Austria, Romania and possibly even Hungary,” 69 or in other words, “to bar the Red Army from Europe.” 70 In this interpretation

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Migration and Migrants between the Favorable and the Problematic

A Discourse Analysis of Secondary School Turkish History Textbooks from 1966 to 2018

Önder Cetin

to present another episode of national history, namely the waves of emigration from the Balkans and Caucasia following military defeats in the late Ottoman era. As part of the predication strategy, the authors use evaluative attributions to explain