Gender for newbies – short course
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Best modern experts, researchers and practitioners, sociologists and demographists, specialists in the sphere of gender equality, men and women rights and liabilities will tell you about this and much more. The course is available only in Russian.
The first block consists of 5 topics:
What is gender?
How are gender roles formed?
Conservative shift (continuation)
First expert is Elena Zdravomyslova, sociologist, professor in European university in St. Petersburg, co-director of gender research program.
To date there are 8 more topics available and this is not the exhaustive list.
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