Méthodes quantitatives et genre – Groupe de recherche et d'études sur le genre au Maroc (GREGaM)
Collectively, these courses equip students with a knowledge and understanding of key feminist debates about ontology, epistemology and methodology, and enable them to identify both commonalities and differences in the ways these debates have been taken up in different disciplinary contexts over time. Students also take three optional courses chosen from a range of modules. These are updated annually and may include:. You'll also complete a Gender Studies dissertation.
We're well placed to supervise projects aligned to a range of disciplinary interests and using diverse methodologies. Students following this route take only one of the optional courses listed above and similarly complete a dissertation. The Research Placement option provides students with the opportunity to put their Gender Studies learning and research training into practice in a real-world environment. Students conduct a piece of research according to a brief produced in consultation with the host organisation. The course team have established links with potential placement providers - in Glasgow and beyond - from the feminist third sector and a range of organisations committed to gender equality in arts, culture and sport.
Strathclyde Feminist Network offers an annual seminar programme bringing in guest speakers from the feminist and equality sectors as well as visiting academics. We host a Postgraduate Feminist Reading Group, which provides a forum for staff and students on taught and research programmes to come together to discuss and debate key texts. As founder members of Gender Equal Media Scotland , we're also involved with a range of events relating to journalism, media and the creative industries.
This class seeks to understand contemporary feminist thinking in relation to debates, campaigns, writings and actions from previous generations of feminists. It assists students on the MSc to historicise their understanding of feminism and appreciate how feminist thought and theories have changed over time. This class focuses on enabling students to interrogate how feminist knowledge is produced in and outside the academy, and understand the practices and principles of feminist research. This continues to be a controversial topic with key global institutions and organisations from churches to the UN being unable to forge an internal consensus about the protection and acceptance of LGBTQ lives.
British literature, culture and media have a major presence in international fandom, and the course will use two of Britain's best-known cultural exports, Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter, as case studies for intercultural communication and reworking by fans who are not native speakers. Fan studies, as an emerging discipline, intersects significantly with gender studies, and the class will have a particular focus on young adult female fans and on sexuality and diversity in online fan communities.
This interdisciplinary class is designed to engage students with recent research on men as gendered subjects, by exploring the history of men and masculinity through the prism of work and health. The module will combine research interests from staff across the school of Humanities, including History, English, Creative Writing and Journalism. Students will explore representations and lived experiences of men and masculinity in different occupations and work environments, and will be encouraged to think critically about cultural constructions of masculinity in political discourses and popular culture.
In , the Scottish Government confirmed its commitment to supporting diversity particularly with respect to gender identities and sexual orientations in educational contexts. This module offers students, especially those working in or planning to work in educational contexts, with an opportunity to better understand the implications of supporting initiatives that promote gender diversity and LGBTI inclusion from academic, policy and practice perspectives.
The last few decades have seen the emergence of a feminist movement world-wide in scope, transnationally connected, and working in and against international institutions to combat gender inequality. This class considers feminism both as a lens on global politics and as a global political force.
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We begin our investigations by establishing key actors, in terms of the expansion and institutionalisation of feminist organising on a global scale and of feminist scholarship on global politics. We then discuss key feminist concepts and frameworks for making sense of global politics and the International Relations discipline, before critically evaluating feminist analysis of and activism on a range of substantive issues connected to conflict and security, international political economy and global governance.
A final session will reflect critically on the impact of feminism on the theory and practice of global politics, and the challenges ahead. The class is taught in seminars encouraging active student participation and assessed solely through coursework intended to facilitate active and deep modes of learning. The core courses are delivered in weekly seminars where there is an emphasis on student participation and engagement. The assessment is all in the form of coursework, with a range of assessments designed to allow students to demonstrate different research and writing skills.
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All the core courses have more than one assessment point so that receiving and responding to feedback is built in to the course design. Optional modules are taught and assessed in a variety of ways. On the Research Placement module, students will deliver their research in a form agreed in advance with the Placement provider so as to best meet their needs and provide the student with the opportunity to develop skills in delivering research in real world contexts.
Applied Gender Studies welcomes applicants with diverse educational and professional experiences. To be admitted to the programme students should normally possess:. First 1st class or upper second 2.
Supporting references: academic references where possible, but for students applying from a professional background, professional references are appropriate. Candidates may also be called to interview. The Pre-Masters programme provides progression to a number of degree options. Upon successful completion, you will be able to progress to this degree course at the University of Strathclyde.
The support is in the form of a tuition fee loan and for eligible students, a living cost loan. Social sciences -- Statistical methods. Feminist theory. Women's studies -- Statistical methods. Feminism -- Research -- Methodology.
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