SEJ-430: OTHERS-Feminist viewpoints in social research

The research group SEJ-430: OTHERS. Feminist Perspectives in Social Research is an interdisciplinary research group active since 2003 and attached to the Institute for Women's Studies of the University of Granada. It is made up of a group of researchers, teachers and professionals with diverse backgrounds and backgrounds, such as Social Anthropology, Social Work, Sociology, Political Science, Pedagogy and Fine Arts, who work on research issues from feminist theoretical and epistemological perspectives.
Its objectives are:

  • Respond from their knowledge to the existing social, institutional and business demand in relation to the achievement of gender equality.
  • Become visible in the Social Sciences Area of ​​the Andalusian Research Plan as a feminist research group.
  • Obtain resources that allow their professional, academic and social development, as well as the continuity of their research work.

Lines of research:

- Gender violence.

- Pedagogical discourses, feminisms and socio-educational action of women: 19th and 20th centuries.

- Feminist and decolonial epistemologies. Feminist ethnography.

- Care and sustainability of life.

- Citizenship, gender and international migration.

- Social anthropology and public policies. Social work and gender.

- Pedagogy and social education: theories, action and evaluation of interventions from pedagogy and specialized social education.

- Childhood and adolescence at risk and social exclusion.

- Trans and intersex studies.

- Cyberculture, digital technologies, gender and feminisms.

Group website


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