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Faculty of Arts 20h
In the context of the conversation it is the traits that are defined by societal norms as masculine, but an interesting point you raise! It is a complex term to unpack.
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Faculty of Arts 21h
It is hard to feel confidence about your prospects when you are not adequately represented in leadership in your industry, sector or workplace. Fantastic end to a thoughtful discussion on the of feminism. Thanks to & Trawalla Foundation!
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Faculty of Arts 21h
A public policy suggestion by and Cordelia Fine to create a more equitable society: mandatory parental leave for men. Men should not miss out on spending time with their children and families.
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Cordelia Fine on her award winning book, “Testerone Rex”: I wanted to write something which was accessible to the general population which challenged the scientific assumptions of gender, rather than a journal article for academics.
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Real diversity is about having different people using different traits and different skills to tackle difficult problems
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Faculty of Arts 21h
The fears of instilling quotas are about compromising merit. But what if our concept of merit is masculine in the first place?
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Unconscious bias workshops are about taking people’s beliefs from “this is what men and women are” to “this is what men and women should be”
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Tolerance for is about connecting unconscious bias with the underlying beliefs that boys will be boys and girls will be girls. - Cordelia Fine
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Faculty of Arts 21h
On , the stories are so shocking you know the power of norms enabled it to happen. There is very difficult hard work to be done where people will have to speak up and create new powerful messages. - Cordelia Fine
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Faculty of Arts 21h
“Women entrepreneurs are asked why their businesses won’t fail whereas men will be asked why their businesses will succeed.” - on the unconscious bias in entrepreneurship
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ACCA 21h
Thrilled to host Cordelia Fine in conversation w Gender equity, representation and the of at ACCA tonight presented by & Trawalla Foundation
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Characterising women as tempering the excitement of men rather than as bold leaders in their own right impedes progress - Cordelia Fine on
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Faculty of Arts 21h
The studies which show that men are more risk-taking than women fail to account the domain and context within the questions are asked. The differences between men and women disappear when you ask objective questions and objective situations.
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Anecdotes do not make data - Cordelia Fine in response to ’s question on whether boys and girls toys make a difference
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Faculty of Arts 21h
Cordelia Fine’s book “Testerone Rex” challenges the norm by saying the genetic differences between men and women are based from outdated beliefs in many academic disciplines
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Faculty of Arts 22h
Carol Schwartz starts by giving a shoutout to on the episode on quotas featuring Ross Garnaut. Do they really work?
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Faculty of Arts 22h
Surprise! We’re covering an event: ACCA In Conversation with Cordelia Fine hosted by Carole Schwartz . They’ll be covering the of feminism and equality in the 21st century. We’ll be live tweeting from 6.30!
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Dave McRae Feb 20
Check out new paper by 's Professor Andrew Rosser, 'Beyond Access: Making Indonesia’s Education System Work'
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University of Melbourne Feb 19
Flinders Street Station is undergoing a $100m makeover, but the 'Do Not Spit' signs are staying. History Professor Andrew May explains the story behind them.
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