3 edition of Some conceptual and methodological guidelines for the formulation of programmes for women found in the catalog.
Some conceptual and methodological guidelines for the formulation of programmes for women
|Statement||Marta Maurás, Josefina Ossandón.|
|Series||Working documents on programmes benefitting women, Working document / UNICEF, Working document (UNICEF), Documentos de trabajo sobre programas para la mujer.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1460.5 .M3713 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17, 3 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||81204288|
The Women’s Centre serves as TESDA’s lead training institution for integrating gender and development perspectives in technical and vocational education programmes. The Blended Learning Programme is an innovative initiative of the TESDA Women’s Centre that has complemented traditional classroom-based methods with online learning, to. This book is the revised edition of the author's earlier and very successful Evaluation Frameworks for Development Programmes and Projects (SAGE, ). Divided into three parts, this is a comprehensive and holistic, yet easily accessible, book on the context, focus, scope and methodology of evaluations in the field of societal development.
Considering the global context, some commonality exists between high income nations in the maternity care experiences of immigrant women: studies in the USA, 13, Canada, 11 Australia, 14 15 Sweden 16 17 and Germany, 8 18 all provided evidence of this in earlier international reviews led by Higginbottom et al 7 19 and Gagnon et al. 11 However. In their article Qualitative Data Analysis: Technologies and Representations, Coffey, Holbrook and Atkinson () have expressed their concerns that the increasing use of specific computer software could lead researchers to adopt a new orthodoxy of qualitative analysis. The authors argue that this would go strictly against current postmodernist and poststructuralist trends within Cited by:
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Guide for the Evaluation of Programmes and Projects with a Gender, Human Rights and Interculturality Perspective Authors/editor(s): Independent Evaluation Office In recent years, we have advanced progressively in the development of a conceptual and methodological basis for improving the processes of programme and project evaluation.
Guidelines for Monitoring and Evaluating Women’s Economic Empowerment Programs | 3 5. Not every program can be rigorously evaluated, but we can learn something of value from every program.
Complementary qualitative work is important to understand the “why” behind results, which can be quite useful for program Size: 1MB. Abstract: This paper explores several conceptual problems in social demographic studies of the status of women, including failure to recognize the multidimensionality of women's status and its variation across social “locations,” the confounding of gender and class stratification systems, and the confounding of access to resources with their by: status" and related terms.
Some authors (e.g., Epstein, ) focus on women's prestige, that is, on the respect or esteem (or lack thereof) that is accorded to women by virtue of their gender (rather than for some other reason, such as the social standing of their family).
Other. This paper explores several conceptual problems in social demographic studies of the status of women, including failure to recognize the multidimensionality of women's status and its variation across social “locations,” the confounding of gender and class stratification systems, and the confounding of access to resources with their control.
Also discussed are some generic problems in the. Psychological Practice With Women: Guidelines, Diversity, Empowerment.
This book presents and illustrates practice guidelines for working with diverse groups of women. Learning Objectives. Comprehend the American Psychological Association's Guidelines Psychological Practice with. Abstract. The case for undertaking policy analysis has been made by a number of scholars and practitioners.
However, there has been much less attention given to how to do policy analysis, what research designs, theories or methods best inform policy analysis.
This paper begins by looking at the health policy environment, and some of the challenges to researching this highly Cited by: responsible for monitoring the right to food with the conceptual, procedural and methodological background to monitor or follow up on right to food policies, programmes and projects from a human rights approach.
ii The Right to Food Guidelines can be used to develop a. METHODOLOGY. In order to support the accuracy, integrity and clinical relevance of recommendations from the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative, the recommendation development process is based on adaption of the eight criteria for evidence-based clinical practice guideline development as.
WASHINGTON — Girls and women face considerable adversity due to the effects of sexism, oppression, discrimination and prejudice, but some are also well-equipped and have the right resources to confront and surmount challenges in their lives, according to psychological practice guidelines released by the American Psychological Association.
Women’s issues in development were subsumed under the question of human rights in the s and s. By the s women’s key position in the development process was more widely recognized. This was particularly so in relation to population growth and food security issues. Women’s roles in society were viewed as important to.
Gender relations refer to how men and women relate to each other, resulting in manifestations of gender-based power. This arises from the roles men and women are expected to play and the impact of their interactions. The family is a good example, as men assume the earner and leader roles and women assume the domestic and childcare roles.
These File Size: KB. WID/GAD The WID (or Women in Development) approach calls for greater attention to women in development policy and practice, and emphasises the need to integrate them into the development process In contrast, the GAD (or Gender and Development) approach focuses on the socially constructed basis of differences between men and women and emphasisesFile Size: KB.
Methodological guidelines and recommendations for efficient and rational governance of patient registries Project Title Cross-border Patient Registries Initiative Project Acronym PARENT PARENT Coordinator Marija Magajne, Matic Meglič Work Package Leader Metka Zaletel Deliverable 7 Version Website Wiki version of the.
Some seasoned clinicians interested in women's health have been acutely aware of their limitations, and they have chosen to expand their scope and write about what they have learned.
2, 9, 10, 11, 20 Similarly, experts revising national hypertension treatment guidelines have considered sex, age, and race.
21 There have also been efforts to Cited by: 6. Introduction – Women, gender and work other aspects of women, gender and work. Perhaps that should not have been surprising, given that reproductive labour is necessary for employment, and that the historic sexual division of labour has well served the preservation of inequality generally.
One in four births in the UK is to foreign-born women. Inthe figure was %, the highest figure on record, with maternal and perinatal mortality also disproportionately higher for some immigrant women.
Our objective was to examine issues of access and experience of maternity care by immigrant women based on a systematic review and narrative synthesis of empirical by: 1.
hope that the reflections contained in this report will be of some help, use and stimulation to others in their efforts to develop gender mainstreaming methods and to put them into action. The first part of the report contains the conceptual framework on gender mainstreaming.
Some companies go beyond the call of duty and not only present career and business opportunities, but also hold workshops, sponsor luncheons, provide keynote speakers, offer career counseling, financial aid, valuable tools, and information to advance the communities.
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Introduction. In the Journal of Ethnopharmacology started with the ambition to be a ‘ multi-disciplinary area of research, concerned with the observation, description, and experimental investigation of indigenous drugs and their biological activities’ (Rivier and Bruhn, ).
Such studies have a long tradition in the field and, for example, the knowledge about North American Cited by: activities and programmes which have led today to some advances in social statistics at the international and national levels.
Those advances include substantive work towards the establishment of a framework for social statistics and indicators; the formulation of standards and guidelines for the collection,File Size: 1MB.