Gender and Practice: Insights From the Field Vol: 27

Vasilikie Demos
University of Minnesota Morris, USA

Marcia Texler Segal
Indiana University Southeast, USA

Kristy Kelly
Columbia University and Drexel University, USA


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781838673840
Published:
30 Sep 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
283 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Advances in Gender Research
UN Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls. 

In Gender and Practice: Insights from the Field, twelve chapters contribute to the creation of an accessible body of knowledge that looks to provide gender practitioners with examples of what works, and what doesn't, in the attainment of gender equality. 

This volume demonstrates the depth and breadth of gender and practice. Looking across countries including Cambodia, India, Kazakhstan, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, and the United States, the chapters explore global perspectives and global ramifications. Contributors examine issues and activities related to infusing gender in education, training and practice, and many chapters specifically address one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Including chapters on medical treatment, climate change, non-profit and community organizing, and agriculture, this volume is useful to all those looking to explore current gender research.
Introduction: Gender and Practice: Introduction to Insights from the Field; Marcia Texler Segal, Kristy Kelly & Vasilikie Demos 
PART I: EDUCATION 
1. Feminist Leadership in The Academy: Exploring Everyday Praxis; Kris De Welde, Marjukka Ollilainen & Catherine Richards Solomon 
2. Teaching and Learning Gender and Its Practices in the School of Education, Makerere University, Uganda; Alice Merab Kagoda 
3. Gender Audit as Research Method for Organizational Learning and Change in Higher Education; A.S. Cohen Miller and Jenifer L. Lewis 
4. Why be Different? Teaching, Development and Gendered Diversity; Edwin S. Segal 
PART II: TRAINING 
5. "Don’t do your gender on me!" Gender Mainstreaming and the Politics of Training in Vietnam; Kristy Kelly
6. Transforming Data into Action: Implementing Gender Analyses in Nutrition-Sensitive Agricultural Interventions: An Experience from Cambodia; Ramona Ridolfi, Ame Stormer & Gary Mundy 
7. "Power in Numbers": Marginalized Mothers Contesting Individualization through Grassroots Community Organizing; Jennifer E. Cossyleon 
PART III: PRACTICE 
8. Treating Beyond Ailment: Fistula and Gender Vulnerabilities in Remote Tanzania; Bankole Allibay 
9. The Benefits of Long-Term Treatment for Adult Victims of Sex Trafficking; Jessica M. Grosholz, Sandra S. Stone, Alexandra M. Fleck and Fawn T. Ngo 
10. Analyzing the Importance of Funding for Gender Focused Empowerment Programs; Soma Chaudhuri & Merry Morash 
11. Restructuring Women's Leadership in Climate Solutions: Analyzing The W+TM Standard; Peggy Spitzer Christoff & Jamie M. Sommer 
12. Being a Feminist Applied Sociologist in a Nonprofit Testing & Research Organization: Encouraging Fairness in Measurement and Management Practices; Barbara Kirsh
Vasilikie (Vicky) Demos, Professor Emerita of Sociology, University of Minnesota-Morris, USA is co-editor of the Advances in Gender Research series. She is also a past president of the North Central Sociological Association and Sociologists for Women in Society, a recipient of the Harriet Martineau Sociological Society Award and chair of the SWS subcommittee on CEDAW. 
Marcia Texler Segal, Professor of Sociology and Dean for Research Emerita, Indiana University Southeast, USA is co-editor of the Advances in Gender Research series and of Intersections of Gender, Race, and Class: Readings for a Changing Landscape. Past president of the North Central Sociological Association, she chairs the American Sociological Association Retirement Network. 
Kristy Kelly, PhD, is a sociologist specializing in policy and politics, transnational feminisms and gender mainstreaming in Southeast Asia. She is jointly affiliated with the School of Education at Drexel University and Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University. She is co-president of the Society of Gender Professionals.

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