B.3. Gender and Ethics Issues


Continuous editions.


Researchers interested in deepening gender issues-based approaches, Press Officers, Communication Officers, Third Sector Professionals (as public and private social support services, NGOs, Associations), Legal Professionals and Practitioners. Researchers working in the field of Social Sciences. Professionals from the Education sector.


The aim of this course is to provide to the participants teoretical and practical knowledge about the fundamental Gender Issues to be addressed in social sciences research and professionals activities. Their legal, social and Ethics relevance will be analysed in depth, and practical activities will help the attendees to focus on how to face & address them in the day by day professional work.


I MODULE (One Day)
– Fundamentals on common methodologies in social research, communication science, sociology, anthropology, philosophy and history. Analysis of gender differences (one hour)
– Fundamental on the concept of “plural feminine”, and on Ethics issues and scientific methodology. Comparison among feminisms (one hour)
– The importance of a clear and coherent Ethics approach (two hours)                          
– Ethics from the women point of view (one hour)
– Feminist Ethics (one hour)
– Female Thinking: project planning (one hour)
– Female Thinking: evaluation of a project (one hour)

– Coexistence of Feminine Ethics and Feminist Ethics: analysis of the feminine language (two hours)
– Practical activity: how to read a feminine research project (one hour)
– Practical activity: the “femine” as added value (one hour)
– Gender Issues evaluated and corrected (one hour)
– Practical activity: the Ethics of gender Issues, comparison among situations (two hours)
– Case study: plurality of the feminine universe (one hour)


The course is actually provided on line. Considering the need not only to provide knowledge and information to the participants, but also to involve them in practical activities and to support them through Q&A sessions, it is provided through on line platforms and tools requiring the simultaneous attendance of the participants. Deferred and non-synchronous classes may be organised if appropriate.


At the beginning of each module, the participants will receive in electronic format the slides that will be used. During classes, websites and useful links will be indicated to the attendees, and will be used for the development of different practical exercises.


The course will last 16 hours.


Minimum number of participants: 5.
Maximum number of participants: 15.

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