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Title:Special issue: Gender mainstreaming in the University of Botswana
Editors:Dube, M.W.ISNI
Berman, S.K.
Year:2007
Periodical:Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies (ISSN 0256-2316)
Volume:21
Issue:1
Pages:196
Language:English
Geographic term:Botswana
Subjects:universities
gender relations
gender inequality
Abstract:How has the University of Botswana participated in the struggle to establish gender justice? How do UB programmes, structures and research reflect commitment to gender justice? The papers in this issue make an effort to answer these questions. Contributions: Introduction: gender mainstreaming in teaching, research, management and national issues in the University of Botswana (M.W. Dube); Gender mainstreaming in access at the University of Botswana: arguing for gender-responsive recruitment (K.G. Garegae); Reaffirming the potential role of gender mainstreaming as a transformative strategy for equity in teaching and learning (B. Morolong, H.M. Lephoto); Gender mainstreaming in teaching in the University of Botswana: myth or reality? (J.T. Matsoga); Gender integration/infusion in social work curricula at the University of Botswana (M.J. Rankopo, K. Hiri-Khudu, K. Osei-Hwedie); Gendering a language: the impact of traditional cultural roles on women and men's labels in the Ikalanga language (R. Letsholo); An analysis of the gender dimension in management at the University of Botswana (L.B. Dzimbiri); Gender audit at the University of Botswana: the case of the Faculty of Humanities (R.O.B. Nhlekisana); Gender mainstreaming at the University of Botswana: a content analysis of UB Newsletter (E. Akpabio); An assessment of women in decision making positions in Botswana 1996-2006 (L.B. Dzimbiri, K. Molefhe); Gender equity in technology and educational studies in Botswana: a moral appraisal (J.B. Gaie, P.T. Nleya); Teacher remuneration: a critical policy review in Botswana (N.O. Pansiri). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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