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The Spanish Housekeepers’ Collective Action: A Study Case Of Empowerment
Sara Vera-Gil, Ana Guil-Bozal
Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Using the case of the Spanish hotel housekeepers´ mobilisation for better their labour conditions, this research work proposes to analyse the possible effect of collective action in self-transformation in terms of psychological empowerment and sense of agency in those women who took part of it.
Step By Step, Walking To The Future.
Malena RubisteinPoleeff, Javier López Mateo
Asociación Intégrate, Spain
Esta exposición muestra el trabajo de intervención social y terapéutica que tiene lugar en el CIMI Los Alcores (Sevilla) con los menores internos internados allí. Y los principales programas que se aplican allí se detallan.
Evolution of Uses of Time in Andalucía
Ana Guil Bozal
Universidad de Sevilla, España
My work presents the main results of a study about the uses of time in Andalusia, comparing data of 2003-04 with 2009-10. The most positive thing is that women have increased their daily time to paid work in 3 minutes and men their time to home and family in 27.
From Conversion to Affirmation: U.S. Psychology’s Treatment of LGBTQ+ Populations
Tracy N. Hipp. Ph.D.1, Idia B. Thurston. Ph.D.1, Kayla Gore2, Amanda C. Toumayan1, Mollie Anderson. Ph.D.1
1University of Memphis, United States of America; 2OUT Memphis, United States of America
This presentation focuses on U.S. psychology’s shift away from conversion practices intended to change gender identity/expression or sexual orientation/behavior, toward an affirmative stance on sexual and gender diversity over the past 50 years. We highlight the experiences of the transgender community in Memphis to illustrate this struggle for social justice.