Societies in Transition — Challenges to Women’s and Gender by Heike Fleßner, Lydia Potts

By Heike Fleßner, Lydia Potts

The booklet provides within views of women's and gender experiences courses from a good number of nations. It analyses how societal transitions impression the emergence and extra improvement of such courses and via doing this displays the contradictory adjustments of women's prestige and roles around the world.

Die Reihe ,Studien interdisziplinäre Geschlechterforschung' präsentiert regelmäßig neuere Untersuchungen über Herausbildungen und Bedeutungen von Geschlecht. Verknüpft werden natur-, technik-, sozial- und kulturwissenschaftliche Sichtweisen. Ebenfalls thematisiert werden hochschulpolitische Entwicklungen und Perspektiven von Geschlechterforschung in und außerhalb der Hochschule. Die Reihe wird herausgegeben vom Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung an der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (ZFG) und dem Zentrum für feministische Studien, Universität Bremen (ZFS).

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Perhaps this is already the case. Transdisciplinarity is another term for a multi-disciplinary approach. There are some paralleIs to the term transnationality, but, as I refer to this notion later, I wish to make just abrief comment at this point: The prefix trans infers a superordinate level, whereas the prefix inter implies a level inbetween. From these meta-levels - or spaces between - the processes of reflection grow, which can then have an effect on the other levels. Such potential for reflection also relates to internationalization.

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It concerns the individual, the national, and the supra-national levels. Transnationality is experienced by people who have lived in several countries, either compulsorily or free-willed, and who feel at horne in more than one culture or do lack the feeling of belonging (be it parents who represent two different cultures/nationalities or people who have lived in different countries). g. between Mexico and the southern states of the USA, which has a huge effect on the relationship between these countries.

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