Understanding Misgonistic behaviours

Misogyny refers to the deeply ingrained prejudice, hostility, and discrimination against women based solely on their gender. It encompasses a range of beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that reinforce the subordination and devaluation of women in society.

Course Description

Understanding misogyny involves recognising the historical, cultural, and systemic factors that contribute to its existence. By examining the roots of misogyny and its impact on individuals and society, you can equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to challenge and dismantle these harmful beliefs and behaviours.

Ultimately, the goal is to foster a more inclusive and equitable society that values and respects the rights and dignity of all individuals, regardless of their gender.

Course Content

  • Identify and define misogyny
  • Outline the historical context of misogyny
  • Explain the impact of misogyny on individuals and communities
  • Describe the intersectionality of misogyny
  • Outline media portrayals and cultural influences
  • Describe gender equality and challenge misogynistic attitudes
  • Describe how to assess personal biases and promote self-reflection




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