The Gender Plan

Author: Bella Forrest
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781544936765
Size: 39.17 MB
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"I just had to believe we'd dealt a death blow of our own. That today would be the beginning of the end..." Ready for the explosive PENULTIMATE BOOK in The Gender Game series? (As we move toward the grand finale in Book 7: The Gender End). Order now!

Gender In E Learning And Educational Games

Author: Sabine Zauchner
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3706543656
Size: 78.24 MB
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A reflection on e-learning from a gender perspective is essential in order to sensitize the public for the diversity of needs of male and female learners, and to draw attention to the risk that gendered structures in learning and education tend to be reproduced in e-learning scenarios. Dealing with a broad variety of topics in the fields of gender, e-learning, and educational games, this book brings together research and development projects as well as best practice examples. By giving insight into their expertise, the authors of this anthology give a comprehensive picture of the various aspects of recent research and practice in their respective fields. The conference brought together research and development projects as well as best practice examples dealing with a broad variety of topics in the field of gender, e-Learning and educational games. Tim News

Athletic Director S Desk Reference

Author: Lopiano, Donna
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 0736082816
Size: 24.43 MB
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Athletic Director’s Desk Reference is the most authoritative and comprehensive resource available for collegiate athletic administrators. This book and web resource guide program administrators in navigating their increasingly complex roles in athletic programs of any size.

The New Latina S Bible

Author: Sandra Guzmán
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1580054056
Size: 76.67 MB
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For nearly a decade, The Latina's Bible has been the go-to guide for Latinas everywhere. In this updated and expanded edition, author Sandra Guzman continues to use her trademark warmth, humor, and wisdom to explore a wide range of topics, from dating and sexuality to family and career. The New Latina's Bible charts new territory, adding chapters that cover important issues such as sexual abuse, domestic and dating violence, interracial love, and gender identity. Guzman once again provides a hip, empowering, highly readable guide for women who are facing the trials and joys of living and loving as twenty-first century Latinas.

Class At Bat Gender On Deck And Race In The Hole

Author: Ron Briley
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476629757
Size: 79.30 MB
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Nineteen essays by Briley focus on major league baseball as it reflected the changing American culture from about 1945 to about 1980. He examines the era through the lens of race, gender and class—categories which have increasingly become essential analytical tools for scholars. The accounts of Roman Mejias and Cesar Cedeno offer some disturbing insights regarding the acceptance of Latinos in baseball and American society. In one essay, Briley refers to baseball as the heart of the nation's democratic spirit, noting that the son of a rural farmer could play alongside a governor’s son and both would receive only the praise that their playing merited. However, in writing about the Milwaukee Braves’move to Atlanta, the lamentations of fans—that baseball had succumbed to the age of affluence—are compared to the changing patterns of demographics and economic power in American society. Even with the increased participation of women on the field with teams like the Silver Bullets, the final essay comments on organized baseball’s perception of them as primarily spectators. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Playing To Strength Leveraging Gender At Work

Author: Alice Adams
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 031336642X
Size: 52.72 MB
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This book offers a new approach for helping managers and organizations make better, more productive use of both men and women at work—an approach based on what they have in common, not on what some think divides them. • Appendices include a case study of gender in the corporate world, a sample gender inclusion plan, and experiential accounts of gender dynamics in the workplace

Promoting An Integrated Approach To Combat Gender Based Violence

Author: Margaret Oguli-Oumo
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 9780850927146
Size: 29.55 MB
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This practical manual addresses the problems inherent in current strategies, especially lack of collaboration between different agencies and individuals working in the area of gender-based violence. The book encourages development and implementation of policies, programmes and plans.

Gender Training

Author: Henk van Dam
Size: 71.54 MB
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After more than a decade of practice, gender training is no longer the preserve of the original advocates, the international women's movement: it is widely recognized by governments, international donors, non-governmental organizations and United Nations' bodies as an important tool for gender-aware transformation of institutions and societies. Gender training: the source book reviews experiences of gender training practitioners in a broad sense, including those involved in gender education and training, as well as research.