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School skirts a distraction Media Appearance BBC Radio 4 16-JUL-2015
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A school in Stoke-on-Trent has banned skirts because they are ‘distracting’ to male teachers and pupils. The head teacher says as girls ‘get older their skirts get shorter’. Jessica Ringrose, UCL Professor in Gender and Education, Francis Gilbert, teacher, author and Guardian journalist, and Vic Goddard, head teacher of Education Essex’ Passmores academy, are in the studio.
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16-JUL-2015
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Beyond victim blaming and slut-shaming: feminist insights into understanding and addressing digital sexual harassment Invited Speaker Centre Hubertine Auclert Paris 25-NOV-2014
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A keynote presentation on cyber-sexism in secondary school and young people's responses
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25-NOV-2014
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REF 2014 Impact Case Study: ‘Sexting’ and the school curriculum: research for gender equality in the digital world Contribution to Policy REF2014  
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Jessica Ringrose’s research on young people, social media and sexuality has helped raise awareness nationally and internationally about the implications of new media for young people’s relationships, self-image and physical and emotional well-being and safety. Studying digital-age phenomena such as ‘sexting’ and ‘slut-shaming’, Ringrose has attracted substantial but overwhelmingly sensitive press coverage and sparked serious public discussion on difficult issues. She has influenced national and third sector guidelines on sex and relationship education and on internet controls and her work has underpinned resources for schools. She has advised on a series of government reports and inspired a very influential speech by Diane Abbott MP on the sexualisation of society
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Gender/Sexuality/Feminism Short Course CPD Provision Government Equalities Office 31-JUL-2018
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Time Session 09.45 – 10.00 Arrivals and settling in 10.00 – 11.30 Introducing Gender, Sexuality: Conceptual Frames 11.30 – 12.00 Break 12.00 – 13.30 Feminism and Intersectionality: Mapping the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and economic power relations 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 14.30 – 16.00 Tackling Toxic Masculinities: Laddism, rape culture, technologically facilitated gender and sexual violence 16.00 – 16.30 Wrap Up 16.30 Close
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31-JUL-2018
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Phematerialism 2018 Conference Organisation UCL Institute of Education 06-JUN-2018
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https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/events/2018/jun/phematerialism-2-matter-realising-pedagogical-and-methodological-interferences-terror-and-violence
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07-JUN-2018
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The Women We See Gender and Diversity in Advertising Consultancy Greater London Authority 03-MAR-2018
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UCL Institute of Education carried out the research between March and June 2018. They took a three-pronged approach, including in-depth interviews, focus groups, and a quantitative survey. UCL researchers interviewed 16 women aged 21-65 on their experiences of how women are portrayed in advertising, at 18 public sites across London. The researchers met participants outside their homes and accompanied them on daily commutes and routines. The women were asked what they thought about out-of-home (OOH) advertising images from campaigns running at that time. These interviews were documented using voice recording, photography and film. There was also a second strand of research with 22 teenage girls, aged 14-16, at 2 London schools. The girls worked in groups to create art collages (2 per school) using advertising content. These were annotated with their comments on what they thought was problematic and what they’d like to see done differently. You can see the collage images in The Women We See report. Finally, marketing research company Republic, carried out a wider survey with 2,012 women and men about gender within advertising in London’s public spaces. The Women We See report brings together the findings from these three pieces of research on how Londoners feel about gender, diversity and advertising.
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Feminist Activism in secondary school Invited Speaker CUNY Graduate Center 17-SEP-2015
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QuERI, The Queering Educational Research Institute, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, 47-49 E 65th St, New York, New York 10065
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17-SEP-2015
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Co-Chair Leadership Role Gender and Education Association 05-JUN-2015
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'Doing digital gender: mapping posthuman phallic force relations in teen girls’ sexuality assemblages' Invited Speaker University of Utrecht 06-MAR-2015
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Doing Gender, Annual Research Lecture, Nederlands Research School of Gender Studies
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06-MAR-2015
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Teenage girls face sexting threat from friends Media Appearance BBC 16-MAY-2012
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18088334
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