At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The objective of this course is to enable students to acquire a basic knowledge of the issues surrounding gender and the social relations between men and women, and to situate these gender issues within the wider framework of issues in contemporary society.|
By way of introduction, I will present the biological and cultural explanations of gender differences and I will introduce the main feminist currents. Then, within the framework of the second feminist current and in the light of the theory of doing gender, I will focus on the sharing of work in the household and in the labor market and I will associate this gender division of labor with gender stereotypes. Various indicators will illustrate trends and national contexts. This empirical part will end with two life course events, the formation of a couple and the birth of a child, and their association with gender. The final sessions will be a reflection on policies and pathways that help reduce the gap between men and women.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The course will take the form of lectures. Each theoretical discussion will be accompanied by quantitative data, often in a comparative perspective between countries, or qualitative data. I will encourage you to ask your questions and make your comments in the classroom or via the Teams chat. Participation will also be encouraged through activities such as the Moodle quiz or retrival practices.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The evaluation will be by multiple choice questionnaire
In yellow or orange code, the teaching will switch to a comodal format (half of the cohort in the classroom, the other half in distance learning, alternately from one week to the next).
Regardless of the teaching mode, the evaluation mode remains the same.
Bibliography available at each session depending on the theme.