Education for Justice (E4J) Integrity and Ethics Module

Education for Justice (E4J) Integrity and Ethics Module

Education for Justice (E4J) Integrity and Ethics Module 9: Gender Dimensions of Ethics Agenda Class overview (15 minutes)

Ethics of Care (25 minutes) Gender discrimination (40 minutes) Balancing self and other (30 mins)

Implicit gender bias (30 minutes) Sexual harassment online and at work (30 mins) Conclusion (10 minutes) Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this module students should be able to:

Define gender, gender discrimination, intersectionality, and the Ethics of Care theory Understand the ways in which people are marginalized based on gender, and the ways in which gender intersects with other structures of power Detect sexism in ones everyday life and understand the ways one can combat it individually and collectively Understand feminism and feminist ethics in their historical context

Apply the Ethics of Care theory to address and prevent gender discrimination Demonstrate what it means in ones own everyday life to take a moral position against gender discrimination Introduction to the gender dimensions of ethics Basic terms: gender and gender discrimination Ethics of Care in historical context

Ethics of Care Key characteristics of Ethics of Care (EoC): The complexity and variation in degrees of dependence and interdependence between people and institutions over time are acknowledged and considered. Those people particularly impacted by our choices need to be considered carefully in our decision-making. Those especially vulnerable deserve extra consideration, love and care. Rather than relying on a blanket or one size fits all approach, it is necessary to attend to contextual details of situations in order to safeguard and promote the actual specific interests of those involved.

Gender discrimination Forms of gender discrimination: Sexism Implicit sexism

Sexual harassment Sexual assault Gender discrimination (exercises) E1: Privilege is invisible to those who have it E2: The power walk (role play)

Balancing self and other How to determine where to start and stop caring? How to implement EoC approach in our own lives in everyday situations involving gender inequality? How to address our own implicit gender-based biases Balancing self and other (exercise) E3: Self vs. other Implicit gender bias

E4: The Gender-Career Implicit Associations Test E5: Gender equity in recruitment advertisements (Gender Decoder) Sexual harassment online and at work E6: Sexual harassment online E7: Sexual harassment at work Class wrap up Minute Paper

What was the most important thing you learned today? What question remains in your mind? Core reading Crenshaw, Kimberle (1991). Mapping the margins: intersectionality, identity politics, and violence ag ainst women of color. Stanford Law Review, vol. 43, No. 6, pp. 1241-1299.

Gaucher, Danielle, Justin P. Friesen and Aaron C. Kay (2011). Evidence that gendered wording in job advertisements exists and sustai ns gender inequality . Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 101, No. 1, pp. 10928. Gilligan Carol (1982). In a Different Voice. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. See especially pp. 24-39.

Mohanty, Chandra T. (2003). 'Under western eyes' revisited: feminist solidarity through anticapitalist Core reading II: Noddings Nel. (1984). Caring: A Feminine Approach to Ethics and Moral Education . Los Angeles: University of California Press Patil, Vrushali (2013). From patriarchy to intersectionality: a transnational feminist assessment of how far we've really come . Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 847867.

Sander-Staudt, Maureen (2018). Care Ethics. The Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy. Tronto, Joan (2005). An ethic of care. In Feminist theory: a philosophical anthology, Ann E. Cudd and Robin O. Andreasen, eds. Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishing. Tronto, Joan C. (2010). Creating caring institutions: politics, plurality, and purpose. Ethics and Social Welfare, vol. 4, pp. 158-71.

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