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2124907 Gender and Finnish Culture and Society, 5 op 
Tunniste 2124907  Voimassaolo 01.01.2011 -
Nimi Gender and Finnish Culture and Society  Lyhenne 2124907 
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Vastuuyksikkö Suomen kieli ja kulttuuritieteet (J) 

Opettajat
Nimi
Jaana Vuori 

Kuvaus:
Osaamistavoitteet 

Upon completing this course, the student

  • is able to tell about the importance of analyzing gender and sexuality in social and cultural life
  • has gained an overview of gender studies and its main topics, approaches and concepts
  • is acquainted in reading gender studies research articles
  • is able to tell about some cultural and social issues in Finland from gender perspective.
 
Sisältö 

Introduction to gender studies; gender, sexuality and equality; Finnish culture and society from gender studies perspective.

 
Suoritustavat 

Online Exam or Essay. Please look at the information about the electronic exam: https://exam.uef.fi/. Note that you cannot register to the electronic exam via WebOodi. The essay topics and materials should be discussed beforehand with the professor of gender studies Jaana Vuori.

 

 
Oppimateriaalit 

1. Rahman, Momin & Jackson, Stevi (2010) Gender and Sexuality. Sociological Approaches. Cambridge, Polity.

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2. Choose five articles from the list below. If the direct link is not mentioned below, articles are electronically available at University of Eastern Finland Library  (Nelli portal).

  • Eerola, Petteri & Huttunen, Jouko (2011) Metanarrative of the “New Father” and Narratives of Young Finnish First-Time Fathers. Fathering 9:3, 211-231.
  • Grönstrand, Heidi (2008) In Fredrika Bremer’s Footsteps. Early Women Authors and the Rise of the Novel Genre in Finland. NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 16:1, 46–57.
  • Juvonen, Tuula (2006) Shadow Lives and Public Secrets. Queering Gendered Spaces in the 1950s and 60s in Tampere. SQS 1/2006, 49–70. Available at: https://journal.fi/sqs/article/view/53720
  • Keskinen, Suvi (2011) Troublesome Differences – Dealing with Gendered Violence, Ethnicity, and ‘Race’ in the Finnish Welfare State. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 12:2, 153–172.
  • Lehtonen, Jukka (2010) Gendered Post-Compulsory Educational Choices of Non-Heterosexual Youth. European Educational Research Journal Vol 9, Issue 2, pp. 177–191. https://doi.org/10.2304/eerj.2010.9.2.177
  • Lähdesmäki, Tuuli & Saresma, Tuija (2014) Reframing gender equality in Finnish online discussion on immigration: Populist articulations of religious minorities and marginalized sexualities. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 22 (4), 299-313. doi:10.1080/08038740.2014.953580
  • Nikunen, Minna (2017) Young people, future hopes and concerns in Finland and the European Union: classed and gendered expectations in policy documents. Journal of Youth Studies 20:6, 661-676. Doi: 10.1080/13676261.2016.1260693
  • Ojala, Hanna & Calasanti, Tony & King, Neal & Pietilä, Ilkka (2016) Natural(ly) men: masculinity and gendered anti-aging practices in Finland and in the USA. Ageing & Society 36; 356–375. doi:10.1017/S0144686X14001196
  • Saarikangas, Kirsi (2006) Displays of the Everyday. Relations between Gender and Visibility of Domestic Work in the Modern Finnish Kitchen from the 1930s to the 1950s. Gender, Place and Culture 13:2, 161–172.
  • Tormulainen, Aino & Mulari Heta & Voipio, Myry (2017)  Explosive Self-Confident Femininity: Experienced and Remembered Girl Energy. In Nordic Girlhoods: New Perspectives and Outlooks, edited by Bodil Formark, et al., Springer International Publishing AG, z.Hd. Alexander Grossmann, 2017. ProQuest Ebook Central, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/uef-ebooks/detail.action?docID=5100562.
 
Arvosteluperusteet 

Understanding the learning outcomes of the study materials.

 
Opettajat 

Professor of Gender Studies Jaana Vuori, Agora room 264.

 
Ajankohta 

Students can choose the time to take the electronic exam during the times the exam room is available. See more: https://exam.uef.fi/. An exam is available in the system for a certain period of time (or until further notice) during which students can take it when best suited for their own timetables. Writing an essay is possible during the semesters, or if agreed, also during holidays.

 
Tarjontatieto 

 

 

 
Kampus 

Joensuu and Kuopio

 
Lisätietoja 

Language of tuition: English.

 


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