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The publication is a model for assessing equal opportunity policies.This model contains innovative aspects, in terms of method and merit, to take a gender-oriented approach in the evaluation process.
Moving between semiotics, sociology of culture, media studies, narratology, gender studies and feminist theory, the authors of the essays collected in this book discuss the medial storytelling of the
The VISPO (Assessment of the Strategic Impact of Equal Opportunities) guidelines include Gender Impact Assessment, Gender Analysis and Evaluation.
Both documents provide an overview of gender issues (e.g. domestic violence, femicide, sexual harassment, etc.)
These are the only guidelines in the field of gender equality at the national level promulgated by the government in 1997.
Paper presented at the World Conference on Women in Beijing organized by the United Nations.
The article, deals with the topic of gender and journalism and discusses the asymmetries between the visible presence and the absence in the exercise of the profession. Bibliographic Citation:
The book is the result of a research conducted by Gender in 1990-91 at the request of Employment Guidance Centre in Milan.
Research carried out by Professor Milly Buonanno, Director of the Observatory on Italian Fiction (OFI), and published by RAI, public television broadcast, on the representation of women on television
The book explores the existing models of femininity in journalism from two points of view: the analysis of the reasons to the profession and the perception of professional independence.
The political Authority directly in charge of gender equality and equal opportunities policies in Italy is the President of the Council of Ministers.
The issue of reconciling work and private life can be addressed using different perspectives of analysis: social, economic and cultural phenomena and individuals who live on their skin, the conflict b