TEAC will be taking place in Zagreb next week. Gender equality working group will be welcoming two speakers who will bring new light to the topic.
We will be pleased to welcome:
She obtained a degree in Psychology at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México (UNAM) and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology in 1999 at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She is currently working as a Lecturer in Social Psychology at Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona, Catalonia. She is currently researching on the Digital Gender Divide and the relationship between Gender and Technology. She has been coordinating the research group JovenTIC since the year 2000.
She has been teaching and researching at the following universities and research centers: UNAM; UAM; INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PSIQUIATRÍA in México; and, UAB, UOC, and URV in Catalonia. In 2013 she has been visiting researcher at the Centre for Gender and Women Studies, Lancaster University, UK.
Throughout her career she has participated in more than eighty research conferences, the latest of which, as a guest lecturer, on gender digital divide and emotions and consumption. She has also published more than forty books or book chapters and more than forty scientific articles.
PhD in Social Psychology and senior lecturer at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he has been head of the Department of Social Psychology.
He has teached Social Psychology, Group Dynamics and Cultural Psychology at UAB and also on¬line at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya since its foundation. He is the author of several textbook chapters in Catalan and Spanish at UOC: "The Outbreak of Diversity. Proposals of Postmodernity";
"Conflict management: a Psychosocial Perspective"; and "Influence, Conformity and Obedience. The Paradoxes of the Social Individual".
His doctoral thesis dealt with the use that is made of the notion of culture in psychology and the difficulties that this application generates in the understanding and treatment of diversity. He is currently a member of JovenTIC, an inter¬university research group (URV-UAB¬-UOC), which studies the relationship between young people and new technologies from a gender perspective.
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Looking forward to seeing you all in Zagreb next week!