Questions related to Gender History
A growing body of contemporary Children’s literature and cartoon Films depict Gender dysphoria themes featuring characters based on politicised, Constructivist redefinitions of gender and family. Promotion of a 'Gender Fluid' lifestyle has lead children down a destructive path of Gender confusion, chemical abuse, surgical genital mutilation and suicides. Do the growing Gender Dysphoria themes in post-modern children’s Literature have a causal relationship with the mainstreaming of Transgenderism?
Kindly point me to any studies which explore this / related issues.
If dependent variable is continuous. Is it justifiable to use both categorical (region, gender, history of disease, etc.) and continuous variables (direct cost, indirect cost) as Independent variable in multiple linear regression model in epidemiological studies.
I have chosen this question myself, but am struggling to find enough solid lines of argument or relevant examples .
If anyone could help with any of this that would be hugely appreciated!
should it be:
- The Western Canon?
- Ethnic art?
- New Art History and the Ethnographic turn?
- Gender art studies?
- Global art studies?
- or which alternative ?
Art school meaning : art college training
I am doing a final report on the suject "same-sex marriage around the world". Please help me:
1- How many countries legally recognize same-sex marriage?
2- Can you recommend any book about same-sex marriage in the ancient world and medieval world?
Thank you in advance.
I'm interested in the contextual construction and development of nursing through history. The specific context I am interested in is gender and sexual differences and its modifications in western cultures.
Universities have long traditions of offering staff and students the freedom to do research – but what are the pressing issues and perspectives, especially for women? I would be grateful if you can share your experiences, stating in which country you work and in which part of the higher education sector you are a member of staff or a student.
Last year at a conference I heard some lectures in which people said that gender categories were an invention of modernity and occidentalism. Does anybody know any bibliographic sources that discuss and explain the invention of gender as a category?
What needs to be in a gender policy for it to be effective? Also, what sort of conceptual or theoretical framework is needed for such a study?
I'm studying the way male nursers live their experiences in clinical practice, and I'm focusing in the masculinity approach to understand the way that masculinity affects the nurse relationship with patients (users), other nurses, and other health professionals. So I want to know which sources are available to understand the masculinity approach.