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Author: Paloma Moreda Pozo (University of Alacant)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05744-3
DL: CS 1050-2018

Description:
Socioeconomic obstacles, the absence of female role models, and the presence of stereotyped social representations make increasing the presence of women in technology and engineering education difficult.

The Guide for university teaching of Computer Sciences from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and tools for consultation that serve to demasculinize this area and to show feminine models to promote the access of women to bachelor's degree studies.

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Author: M. Concepción Torres Díaz (University of Alacant)
Editor and year of edition: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05886-0
DL: CS 1052-2018

Description:
Gender blindness in the area of law and criminology makes the implementation of the gender perspective necessary in the university studies of these disciplines, in the educational aspect and transfer from knowledge as well as in research.

The Guide for university teaching of Law and Criminology from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools to redraw the mental and symbolic schemes of legal thinking that have traditionally been articulated under premises that are biased for gender, neutrality, objectivity and impartiality.

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Author: Montserrat Rifà Valls (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05887-7
DL: CS 1053-2018

Description:
Teachers, pedagogues, and social educators are recognizing and tackling inequalities.

The Guide for university teaching of Education and Pedagogy from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools to learn to interpret the implications of the gender-sex system in education and to include the gender perspective in teaching, knowledge transfer and research.

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Author: Montserrat Ribas Episcopal (Pompeu Fabra University)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05888-4
DL: CS 1043-2018

Description:
In the area of philology and linguistics, gender has been explored almost exclusively from a grammatical perspective, without taking into account the fact that the relationships between the code or linguistic system and what the code represents are arbitrary.

The Guide for university teaching of Philology and Linguistics from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that help to reflect and to question rules and meanings that ignore, hide or underestimate women.

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Author: Sonia Reverter-Bañón (Universitat Jaume I)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05889-1
DL: CS 1051-2018

Description:
In the field of philosophical reflection the patriarchal conception of human beings has involved a slanted vision of what we are as humans, of what the reality and knowledge is.

The Guide for university teaching of Philosophy from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that help teachers in the classroom to recognise and empower the philosophical knowledge that they carry to an complete and diverse understanding of the human being.

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Author: Encina Calvo Iglesias (University of Santiago de Compostela)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05890-7
DL: CS 1044-2018

Description:
In the Spanish state, women are a majority among university students, but are still a minority in scientific-technical careers.

The Guide for university teaching of Physics from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools to show women scientists and to eliminate the androcentric vision that predominates in the sciences and, in particular, in physics.

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Author: Mónica Moreno Seco (University of Alacant)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05893-8
DL: CS 1033-2018

Description:
The lack of incorporation of the gender perspective in history has traditionally meant a biased look at the past, where historiographical interest has focused on masculine experiences. As a consequence, the conventional story of the past is incomplete and little adjusted to the historical reality.

The Guide for university teaching of History from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that help to look at in the past in order to know the present in a critical way and to move towards a more egalitarian, peaceful and inclusive society in the future.

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Author: M. Lluïsa Faxedas Brujats (University of Girona)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05892-1
DL: CS 1055-2018

Description:
At present, neither women’s artistic production nor the history of feminist art are included in the majority of academic and history of art curricula. Furthermore, the lack of critical analysis of the representation of women throughout the history of images leads to the repetition of stereotypes.

The Guide for university teaching of History of Art from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that will help to incorporate the gender perspective into new generations in teaching, transfer of knowledge and research.

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Author: M. Teresa Ruiz Cantero (University of Alacant)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05894-5
DL: CS 1047-2018

Description:
In health sciences, even though the concepts of sex and gender refer to different realities, they frequently get confused. Moreover, some consequences of the biases of gender in medical knowledge, clinical management and health services respond to incorrect assumptions.

The Guide for university teaching of Medicine from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that help to incorporate a gender approach into university studies in health sciences and to train professionals in this discipline who are competent on the subject of gender.

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Authors: Esperanza Bosch Fiol and Salud Mantero Heredia (University of the Balearic Islands)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05895-2
DL: CS 1048-2018

Description:
Traditional studies in the area of psychology have considered samples with little women’s representation, a fact that has caused a biased generalisation of the results obtained for the whole of the population. As a matter of fact, this gender bias has been employed over the years to justifying the inferiority of women.

The Guide for university teaching of Psychology from a gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources and consultation tools that help to understand the social, cultural and political complexity of the current world.

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Authors: Rosa M. Ortiz Monera and Anna M. Morero Beltrán (University of Barcelona)
Editor and year of publication: Vives Network of Universities, 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05896-9
DL: CS 1049-2018

Description:
Sociology has constructed a masculine worldview that entails a biased interpretation of the social reality. For its part the traditional economy has hidden the dependence of the business sphere on the domestic sphere. And in the area of politics, we find also many gender biases in basic concepts such as justice, equality or citizenship.

The Guide for the University Teaching of Sociology, Economics and Political Science from a Gender perspective offers proposals, examples of good practices, educational resources, and consultation tools to contribute to greater equality between women and men in the area of teaching, the transfer of knowledge, and research.

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