Information on individual educational components (ECTS-Course descriptions) per semester
|Degree programme:||Bachelor Social Work Fulltime|
|Type of degree:||FH Bachelor´s Degree Programme|
|Summer Semester 2022|
|Course unit title||Gender and Diversity Training|
|Course unit code||048502041202|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Type of course unit (compulsory, optional)||Compulsory|
|Semester when the course unit is delivered||Summer Semester 2022|
|Teaching hours per week||2|
|Year of study||2022|
|Level of course unit (e.g. first, second or third cycle)||First Cycle (Bachelor)|
|Number of ECTS credits allocated||2|
|Name of lecturer(s)||Matthew RANDALL|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
Prerequisites for Incomings: Basic knowledge of Social Work (or related programmes such as Social Pedagogy)
Exploration and reflection of own biography (gender-based socialization, affiliations, etc.); Diversity as a resource; Concept of diversity and its manifestation through an analysis of the structures of power and privilege, taking into account the personal life situation of the students; Open and internalized prejudices and presuppositions; Fundamental value systems and issues such as gender, ethnicity, spirituality, sexual orientation and disability; Incorporation of Gender and Queer studies including the perception of oppression in the personal and professional environment
The students are capable of recognising the impact of individual difference categories in a pluralistic society (gender, age, ethnicity, etc.); are able to analyse their effects on social work and can reflect upon this with reference to their own biography; can recognize the positive role that diversity plays in society as well as within the workplace through an expansion of their understanding of the subject and improving their ability to recognise pertinent themes and issues through the continual use of personal reflection.
|Planned learning activities and teaching methods|
|Assessment methods and criteria|
Presentations in small groups
|Recommended or required reading|
Adams, Maurianne u.a. (2016): Teaching for diversity and social justice. 3. Aufl. New York; London: Routledge.
Clements, Phil; Jones, John (2011): The diversity training handbook: a practical guide to understanding & changing attitudes. 3. Aufl. London: Kogan Page.
Czollek, Leah Carola; Perko, Gudrun; Weinbach, Heike (2009): Lehrbuch Gender und Queer: Grundlagen, Methoden und Praxisfelder. Weinheim: Juventa-Verlag.
Goodman, Diane (2011): Promoting diversity and social justice: educating people from privileged groups. New York: Routledge.
Lutz, Helma; Herrera Vivar, Maria Teresa; Supik, Linda (2016): Framing intersectionality: debates on a multi-faceted concept in gender studies. London; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Croup.
Ryde, Judy (2009): Being white in the helping professions: developing effective intercultural awareness. London; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Winker, Gabriele; Degele, Nina (2015): Intersektionalität Zur Analyse sozialer Ungleichheiten. 2. Aufl. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.
|Mode of delivery (face-to-face, distance learning)|
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