The “Exceptional” Physics Girl

@article{Archer2017TheP,
  title={The “Exceptional” Physics Girl},
  author={L. Archer and J. Moote and B. Francis and J. Dewitt and L. Yeomans},
  journal={American Educational Research Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={54},
  pages={126 - 88}
}
Female underrepresentation in postcompulsory physics is an ongoing issue for science education research, policy, and practice. In this article, we apply Bourdieusian and Butlerian conceptual lenses to qualitative and quantitative data collected as part of a wider longitudinal study of students’ science and career aspirations age 10–16. Drawing on survey data from more than 13,000 year 11 (age 15/16) students and interviews with 70 students (who had been tracked from age 10 to 16), we focus in… Expand
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