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Why misogyny needs to be tackled in education from primary school

By Louise Mullany, Professor in Sociolinguistics, University of Nottingham
Loretta Trickett, Senior lecturer, College of Business Law and Social Sciences, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University
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Sexist attitudes and misogynistic behaviours are the product of how boys are socialised. School is where change needs to start

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