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My PhD research aims at understanding better gender stereotypes’ transmission and evolution in military engineering higher education institutions, and more specifically the role and place of the teaching staff in these mechanisms. My theoretical framework is mostly inspired by gender studies (anthropology, sociology, philosophy) and curriculum sociology. My methodology mixes lexical analysis, interviews and ethnomethodology
This chapter presents the approach adopted for the investigation and an overview of the responses provided by the higher education institutions. Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI) associates the problem of innovation with that of entrepreneurship, considering that this link is relevant in a didactic perspective within educational activities. E...
explain how cross accreditation can be realised and the problems arising
Explains how criteria can be completed by specifi focus on actuality problems
Focus that have been created by CTI for accreditation are developped in this paper
Abstract and research paper/oral communication for the 11th Gender Equality in Higher Education (Madrid, september 2021). Keywords Stereotypes, military, engineering, feminization, curriculum Main thematics of the project • Gender approaches in fostering scientific-technical vocations, especially in STEM fields • Integration of the gender dimension in university teaching (undergraduate, postgraduate and pre-doctoral training)