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SO929 - Gender Analysis and Development Practice

  • Module code: SO929
  • Module name: Gender Analysis and Development Practice
  • Department: Sociology
  • Credit: 20

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

This module will give experience in applying different concepts and theoretical perspectives to practical issues and problems in gender and development, as a means of learning how to undertake rigorous analysis. It will include focused sessions on the research literatures, followed by group work analysing case studies from different regions of the globe, on issues such as women's empowerment projects, gender and disaster, children?s human rights and migration, and managing development projects from a gender-aware perspective. The specific case studies to be used in each year will be based upon current debates in the literature and topical issues in contemporary development practice.

Principal learning outcomes

Seminars, group work, case studies and audio-visual material will be used to assist students in bringing together conceptual material and concrete empirical data and experiences, and to give practice in theoretically-informed analysis of practical development problems.

Timetabled teaching activities

2 hrs per week

Departmental link

https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/sociology/prospective/ugstudy/modules/so929

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
20 CATS (Module code: SO929-20)
A1 (Assessed work only) 4000 word case study analysis 100%
VA (Visiting students only) 100% assessed (part year) visiting 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core
  • Postgraduate Taught Gender and International Development (M9P7) - Year 2
Optional Core

N/A

Optional
  • Postgraduate Taught Social and Political Thought (L3P8) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught Sociology (L3PD) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught Social Research (L3PE) - Year 2
  • Taught Postgraduate Science, Media and Public Policy (L3PV) - Year 2