Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, the question of who is willing to take on socially necessary care tasks, for what motives and under what conditions, gains significance. This special issue focuses on the changes that occur in the care sector and in domestic care work if men are more involved in care activities and which characteristics become apparent with regard to migration aspects, social class or age of male care workers.
Call for papers is open.
Inclusion' and 'intersectionality' have been gaining importance as concepts for years. The focus of this issue provides impulses for the in-depth treatment of various questions in gender-related educational research and educational science in order to initiate new discourses.