This compilation of essays address the concept of gender as a whole. Focusing primarily on the themes of difference and domination, this collection of works features both historical and contemporary authors. Nan Stein of WCW is featured in this collection discussing sexual harassment in K-12 schools.
Lunchtime Seminar November 1, 2012 (31:08 min.)
In this presentation, Nan Stein, Ph.D., talked about the shift that the terms used to teach about interpersonal violence among youth in K-12 schools have undergone in the last few decades.
Lunchtime Seminar October 27, 2011 (54:18 min.)
35th Anniversary Symposium: Reflections, Conversations, New Directions
Peggy McIntosh, Ph.D., Nan Stein, Ed.D., Laura Pappano
Moderator: Maureen Walker, Ph.D.
November 13, 2010
November 4, 2010 (39:27 min.)
In this presentation, Senior Research Scientist Nan Stein, Ed.D., will discuss three main points related to the use of the label âbullyingâ in schools: the term âbullyingâ is imprecise and vague, and used as a default, a crutch, and a place holder; there is no agreement on the definition of âbullying,â and neither state laws nor researchers can agree on a common definition; and claims of effectiveness of classroom interventions/curriculum on bullying reduction are often inflated, exaggerated, and self-serving, and should be met with skepticism.
November 19, 2009 (54:21 min).
Nan Stein, Ed.D. discussed some key areas for research and public policy on gender-based violence and sexual harassment, including how to return the focus in U.S. schools to sexual violence and a discourse of civil rights and Katja Gillander Gadin, Ph.D., from the Department of Health Sciences at Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden, discussed the normalization processes of violence and sexual harassment in schools from a Swedish perspective, analyzing and reflecting on why these problems still exist in Swedish schools.