Gendering in Research: Violence and gender

Talk by Lucas Gottzén, Stockholm University

2017.03.16 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

Date Thu 28 Sep
Time 11:00 13:00
Location IMC Meeting Room, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 4, Building 1483-312

Lucas Gottzén is an Associate Professor at the Section for Child and Youth Studies at Stockholm University. He is also the program coordinator of the Master's Program in Child and Youth Sciences and the program coordinator for the Master's Program in the Best Interest of the Child and Human Rights. He explores topics like gendered and generational aspects of parenting and family life; and affect, embodied action and identity making of children, youth, and violent men. More specifically his current projects focuses on three major projects: one on children's experiences of grandparents' responses to domestic violence; one evaluation of a gender-based violence prevention program targeting youth; and one on young men’s subjective experiences of their violence, and the responses from friends and parents.

The topic of this talk will be violence.

 

The Gendering in Research Network provides a platform for gender researchers and students at Aarhus University to discuss, collaborate, and exchange ideas. For further information about the Gendering in Research Network, please contact: Lea Skewes, IMC Theresa Ammann, IMC

The Gendering in Research Network provides a platform for gender researchers and students at Aarhus University to discuss, collaborate, and exchange ideas. For further information about the Gendering in Research Network, please contact:

 

 

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