Gender issues and conflicts in brontë's Jane Eyre: an interpretive synthesis for informing critical literacy instruction
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The purpose of this study is to identify the issues as well as conflicts of gender in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre with the aim of providing lines of arguments as guidelines to inform critical literacy instruction. To this end, MA theses and PhD dissertations focusing on Jane Eyre were selected to ascertain second-order interpretations through interpretive synthesis. The second-order interpretations were then synthesised by using social institutions for generating third-order interpretations in the form of lines of arguments to provide guidelines for critical literacy instruction.