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Gender-based violence and community impacts: Opening Keynote

Opening Keynote by Kate Morris, Professor of Social Work, University of Sheffield, and Brid Featherstone, Professor of Social Work, University of Huddersfield, deliver the opening keynote for the…

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Intersectionality and health explained

Research has shown us that gender, ethnicity and social class have a strong impact on our health, yet the simple fact is that no one is just a man or woman, or just black or white, or just…

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Diversity and inclusion in the workplace: Gender

Join Arm and invenics in this session to find out more about how they embrace gender in the workplace.

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Men, Feminism & Gender Relations (SCS2025) - Level 2 Sociological Studies module

Dr Kitty Nichols summarises the Level 2 Sociological Studies module Men, Feminism and Gender Relations (SCS2025) module, explaining the varied content the module includes and the wide range of skills…

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The Feminist Connotation's of Fifth Harmony's Song, Work From Home

Phoebe Cooper examines the popular 2016 hit, Work From Home by Firth Harmony. Phoebe argues that the song's lyrics help to maintain gender roles through degrading lyrics, and displays and…

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RuPaul's Drag Race and Gender Assessment

Katie Weir examines the popular TV show RuPaul's Drag Race, exploring the struggles of identity formation of different groups within a wider patriarchal society.

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My journey to using technography in research

This is a story from Tavengwa Chitata about how he has evolved through different experiences and in the process, how his approach to research has evolved with these experiences. The story gives an…

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The tale of Chaga's avocados

Jonas Cromwell's story reflects on the interesting nature of how avocados became food in the northern highlands of Tanzania, Kilimanjaro region - what was once regarded as butter for dogs has…

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Implicit Bias and Stereotype threat in academia 2019

A lecture delivered by Jennifer Saul on 28th January 2019

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Our demonstrators investigate: identifying the sex of a skull

As part of their Biomedical Science undergraduate degree, students here at Sheffield undertake a Forensic Anatomy module where they are given a box of ‘anatomical evidence’ relating to an…

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Emotion, Gender and Play in Schools

In this video Dr Lisa Procter, Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the University of Sheffield, is at Weston Park Museum in Sheffield, talking about her research which explores the emotional…

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