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Gender, Physical Education and Active Lifestyles: Researching Young People’s Experiences Conference

desembre 14, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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The Institute for Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure is pleased to announce a forthcoming conference to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sheila Scraton’s book, Shaping Up To Womanhood: Gender and Girls’ Physical Education (Educación física de las niñas: un enfoque feminista).

In recognition of the diverse reach of this significant work, they invite postgraduate, early career and established scholars to attend this day of celebration and stimulating discussion.

They seek proposals for presentations from those committed to socio-critical and/or feminist analyses of young people’s experiences of physical education, sport, health and active lifestyles. These include empirical, theoretical, methodological, and/or policy focused papers, or those offering insights into the possibilities and prospects for future research and practice. There will be an opportunity for selected papers to be included in a special journal edition.

Keynote speakers will include; Emeritus Professor Sheila Scraton, Leeds Beckett University and Dr Emma Rich, Bath University.

The deadline for submissions of proposals is 12:00 1 March 2017.

More details: Call for papers.

Dia internacional per a l’eliminació de la violència envers les dones – 25n 2016

novembre 16, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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El GISEAFE, s’adhereix al “Manifest Institucional per a l’ eliminació de la violència envers les dones” amb la difusió en la xarxa social i el bloc.

Us animem a participar-hi, adherint-vos  al manifest que podreu trobar a la pàgina del Consell Català de l’Esport.

Jornadas Las Mujeres en el Deporte Español, 25 años

novembre 16, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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El Seminario Mujer y Deporte-INEF Madrid, con motivo del XXV Aniversario de su creación, organiza las Jornadas “Las Mujeres en el Deporte Español, 25 años”, durante los días 28 y 29 de noviembre, con el fin de analizar y debatir la evolución que han experimentado las mujeres en el deporte en los últimos años, con especial atención a los avances logrados y los retos pendientes.

El objetivo es analizar y debatir la situación que actualmente tienen las mujeres en los diferentes ámbitos y esferas del deporte, tanto desde la perspectiva individual como desde las instituciones, y poner de relieve el camino recorrido y las desigualdades que todavía persisten para orientar nuevas políticas y actuacions encaminadas a conseguir la total incorporación del principio de igualdad de oportunidades en el ámbito deportivo.

Más información aquí

Publicació a la revista Quest

novembre 2, 2016 Deixa un comentari

quest-portadaSusanna Soler, Maria Prat i Núria Puig, juntament amb Anne Flintoff (Leeds Becket University), han publicat l’article “Implementing Gender Equity Policies in a University Sport Organization: Competing Discourses from Enthusiasm to Resistance” a la revista Quest.

Us podeu descarregar el text complert de l’article de forma gratuïta, fins a un màxim de 50 descàrregues fent clic aquí.

Soler, S.; Prat, M.; Puig, N.; & Flintoff, A. (2016). Implementing Gender Equity Policies in a University Sport Organization: Competing Discourses from Enthusiasm to Resistance. Quest, 1-14. doi: 10.1080/00336297.2016.1226186

A continuació podeu llegir el resum:

Gender policies in sports have expanded considerably in most countries in recent decades. Nevertheless, the implementation of these policies in sports organizations is by no means an automatic process. This article explores what happens when gender equity policies are applied in an university sports organization. Participatory action research over a four-year period was developed by the authors to increase the participation of women, and it also aimed to explore the perceptions and thoughts of key actors regarding equity actions. The analysis shows the participation numbers in the specific promotional campaign and reveals a wide range of responses among staff, ranging from enthusiasm and interest to resistance and fear. Gender equity actions often encounter resistance which cannot, and should not, be ignored. This article highlights certain forms of resistance that proposals of this kind should be prepared for.

Participació de la Dra. Susanna Soler en un article de La Vanguardia

octubre 13, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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La Dra. Susanna Soler ha col·laborat com a experta en l’article ‘Las mujeres, infrarrepresentadas en los estudios sobre ejercicio físico’, publicat al diari La Vanguardia.

Podeu trobar la intervenció de na Susanna Soler fent clic aquí.

Convocatòria de l’Ajut a la recerca Francesca Bonnemaison 2016

setembre 16, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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L’Àrea d’Atenció a les Persones, a través de l’Oficina de les Dones i LGTBI ha obert  el termini de presentació de sol·licituds de l’Ajut a la recerca en polítiques de gènere Francesca Bonnemaison, que enguany arriba a l’onzena edició. El termini de presentació de les sol·licituds és del 2 de setembre al 3 d’octubre.

La convocatòria té per objecte donar suport a investigacions que obrin noves línies de treball per impulsar les polítiques locals de gènere i desenvolupar eines per aplicar-les.

Podeu consultar les bases en aquest enllaç.

Publicació a la revista Sport, Education and Society

juliol 17, 2016 Deixa un comentari

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Les membres del grup, Pedrona Serra, Susanna Soler i Maria Prat, han publicat l’article titulat The (in)visibility of gender knowledge in the Physical Activity and Sport Science degree in Spain a la revista Sport, Education and Society.

Us deixem la referencia de l’article així com el resum del mateix.

Serra, P., Soler, S., Prat, M., Vizcarra, M. T., Garay, B., y Flintoff, A. (2016). The (in)visibility of gender knowledge in the Physical Activity and Sport Science degree in Spain. Sport, Education and Society, 1-15. doi: 10.1080/13573322.2016.1199016

Resum:

This paper draws on research that aimed to explore the construction of gender relations in sport and physical education (PE) through a national study of Spanish university degree curricula. Spain is a useful case study through which to explore gender knowledge within sport and PE degrees, because, unlike many other countries, it has a common, national curriculum framework for its Physical Activity and Sport Science (PASS) degrees. In addition, it has recently passed a new law concerning the introduction of gender knowledge in higher education (HE). Drawing on Bernstein’s (1990) framework of the pedagogic device, this paper examines how this HE gender policy becomes recontextualised as universities and lecturers interpret and translate this into the pedagogical texts that make up the PASS curricula. Purposive sampling was used to select 16 of the 37 universities offering PASS degrees in 2012/2013. The research analysed 16 PASS documents at the degree level and 763 individual subject handbooks. Using discourse analysis, the results showed where and how gender knowledge was incorporated and the extent to which the topic was presented coherently throughout the documents. The analysis revealed five categories of the (in)visibility of gender knowledge within the universities’ instructional discourse. Gender knowledge is largely ignored in PASS curricular documentation, appearing, at best, in highly superficial ways. Despite a national policy requirement on universities to incorporate gender knowledge, this study shows how recontextualisation processes within specific universities’ pedagogic devices operate to marginalise such perspectives within PASS curricula. The research also revealed the significance of individual agents committed to gender equity being situated, and having influence, throughout the pedagogic device. The paper concludes that without a much wider, critical engagement in knowledge about gender equity, PASS degrees will continue to reproduce rather than disrupt the gender relations that have traditionally characterised the field.