Jean Monnet Chair Human Rights and the European Social Policies
The Union is founded on the values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities.(art.1a/ Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union)

Publications

Women and technological education: A European comparative perspective.
The 10 Commends to the policy makers


Editors: Doina Balahur, Paivi Fadjukoff
ISBN: 978-973-703-526-4
Publisher: "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University Press

Content
    Introduction: Updating European Technology Education - Paivi Fadjukoff

    Part I: Encouraging and recruiting female students in technological education and career

  • Pursuing a Career in a Technological Field: Motivating Factors and Barriers for German Students - Judith Ebach, Martina Endepohls-Ulpe, Janine von Zabern, Carmen Ruffer
  • Gender and ICT – The Comparative Analysis of Finland and Romania - Doina Balahur, Leena Hiltunen and Sami Äyrämö
  • Gender principles in technological education. Trends of Estonian students - Ene Lind, Kaie Pappel, Kristi Paas
  • Some remarks on gender differences in the area of engineering studies: motivating factors and barriers - Tatiana Sedová, Sylvia Porubänová, Jarmila Filadefiová
  • Girls’ and Boys’ Perceptions of Science and of Science Teaching Practice - Sylvia Neuhaeuser-Metternic, Sybille Krummacher
  • Identifying motivations and barriers in the engineering education of young women in Greece with the aid of survey data and computational methods - Dimitris Kordas and Kostas D. Karatzas
  • Diversity and Equal Opportunities - Carmen Ruffer, Wenka Wentzel
  • Survey on Youth Career Expectations for the Technical Education in Spain - Basilio Colligris, Dolors Grillo, Assumpta Peral, Jesus Pintor
  • Part II: Women and science-technological education in Europe

  • Women and technological education: A European comparative perspective. The 10 Commends to the policy makers. - Doina Balahur, Paul Balahur

Team

Doina Balahur

Prof. univ. dr.
Doina BALAHUR

Professor, PhD, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Centre for Social Management and Community Development
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Contact

"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi

Research Centre for Social Management and Community Development (CSMCD)

Address

Blvd. Carol nr. 11, Iasi 700506, ROMANIA

Email

human_rights@csmcd.eu, doinabalahur@gmail.com


Grant 2009-3231





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