Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies

Rotterdam, Netherlands

ISBN: 978-609-485-258-9

Date: 25th February 2022

Category: Women’s Studies

This women’s studies conference will zoom in on pressing challenges in the field and the barriers that communities face on a global, regional, and local levels in their fight for gender equality. WOMENSCONF 2022 will take place in the lively city of Rotterdam, Netherlands, on the 25th-27th of February. While we are looking forward to meeting our attendees at the venue, if you can’t travel to Rotterdam, make sure to register as a virtual participant.

The Attitudes of Japanese University Students toward Domestic Labor and their Implications for Gender Parity

Suzanne Kamata and Yoko Kita
Naruto University of Education, Japan
Kyoto Notre Dame University, Japan
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 1-10
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Working Towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Human Rights and Gender Equality for Women in Pakistan

Sana Sayed
Department of English, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 23
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Contemporary Feminist Activism: Aurat March in Pakistan

Quratulain Shah
Aga Khan University, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, London, UK
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 24-39
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The Meaning of Financial Resilience in Coping with Poverty among Bedouin women

Dr. Nuzha Allassad Alhuzail
The School of Social Work, Sapir Academic College, Israel
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 39
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Bringing Religion and Spirituality to the Social Work Profession

Dr. Rebecca Ranz and Dr. Merav Moshe-Grodofsky
School of Social Work, Sapir Academic College
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 40
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The ‘Digital Divide’ Amongst Bedouins in the Negev – The Case of Israel under COVID-19

Dr. Hama Abu-Kishk
Department of Communication, Sapir Academic College, Israel
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 41
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Rights-based Community Practice Network: Moving from Academic Origins to a Government Sustained Program

Merav Moshe Grodofsky
School of Social Work, Sapir Academic College, Israel
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 42
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GBV against Female Migrants in Time of COVID-19: Assessing Italian Negligence during the Pandemic

Roberta Maria Aricò
Honours Student, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 43-63
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Pum Pum, Love and Erotic Power: A Black British Feminist Analysis of Male and Female Sexualities in Jamaica

Annecka Leolyn Lovell Marshall
The University of the West Indies, Jamaica
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 77
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A Gendered analysis of Intimate Violence among the Egyptian Dutch- Community in the Netherlands

Dena Mamdouh Zaki
Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 78-79
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Call of Nurture: A 3- Channel Public Video Installation on Public Breastfeeding as a Gendered Transgressive Act and Maternal Practice

Mel Rose Aguilar Maestro, M.A.
University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 80
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Bridging the Gap between Professionals Working with Problematic Substance Use and Intimate Partner Violence: The MARISSA Project

Guðrún Sif Friðriksdóttir, Giovazolias Theodoros, Fay Chatzinikolaou, Giorgi Davidovi, Meltini Fragkioudaki, Anu Laas, Hector Charles Pagan, Kristín I. Pálsdóttir, Mari Puniste, Nancy Zoidou Saripapa, Olena Solohub, Nicholas Spetsidis, Sofia Thanasoula, Olga Themeli, Pille Tsopp-Pagan, Anastasiia Turusinova
University of Crete, Greece
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 81
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Working Women

Saida Affouneh, Sirin Abusalha, Soheil Salha, Mona Demaidi, Arij Abu Obaid, Wejdan Awadallah Alkouk1 and Zuheir Khlaif
Faculty of Educational Sciences and Teachers Preparing, An Najah University, Palestine
Faculty Department of Sociology and Communication, Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Hungary
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 82-98
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Women Facing Cancer, Women Facing Process of Dying – Qualitative Analysis from the Perspective of Female Patients under the Care of Hospice

Weronika Kaminska
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis University of Gdansk, United States
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 99
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Justice for Women: Deep fakes and Revenge Porn

Miosotis Soto Santana
Interamerica School of Law, Puerto Rico
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 113-128
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Decentering Power: Arguing for a Mandatory Undergraduate Course that Teaches Anti-Oppressive Allyship

Alina Ahmed
University of Georgia, Pakistan
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 129-137
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The Sisters’ Paradoxical Space: Mapping Truth to Power

Kimberly Fillion
Claremont Graduate University, United States
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 138-148
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Gender Parity on Boards and Firm Financial Performance Evidence from publicly listed companies in Indonesia

Laksita Putri Arishanty
University of Groningen, School of Business and Management ITB, Netherlands
Proceedings of The 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies, 2022
DOI:
 149-160
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