Unpacking the Male Superiority Myth and Masculinization of Mathematics at the Intersections: A Review of Research on Gender in Mathematics Education
Gender research in mathematics education has experienced methodological and theoretical shifts over the past 45 years. This article offered a review of gender research in mathematics education with analysis of its findings as well as conceptual and empirical contributions. Implications for future gender research, particularly the adoption of intersectionality theory, were raised to inform more nuanced analyses.
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