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Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10
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Dorothy, svt skok seminar 15.03.10

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This is a joint seminar presentation given at the Centre for the Science and Humanities and the Centre for Gender Studies (University of Bergen, Norway)

This is a joint seminar presentation given at the Centre for the Science and Humanities and the Centre for Gender Studies (University of Bergen, Norway)

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  • 1. Hjernevask! A biologist reflects on gender differences in systems views Dr. Dorothy J. Dankel Senter for vitenskapsteori Havforskningsinstituttet
  • 2. Is Harald Eia getting it right?
  • 3. What is a systems view? Ecofeminism
  • 4. How are men & women different?
  • 5. The “S-brain” & the “E-brain”
  • 6.
    • Dr. Simon Baron-Cohen
    The “S-brain” & the “E-brain”
  • 7. “ S” & “E” brains not gender exclusive
  • 8. Cognitive differences can work together Social sciences Strength in diversity Economics Systems understanding Ethical theory Biological sciences Technology studies
  • 9. Reasons for personal/institutional reflection
    • How do I think?
    • How does my research group think?
      • Are we scientific inbreds?
      • Would an interdisciplinary view
      • help my science?
      • Who are my colleagues?
      • How would we impress Eia (society)?
  • 10. Main messages
    • Mono-disciplinary science is easily ridiculed
      • How much of research is based on political agendas?
    • Reflexivity can illuminate
    • Systems understanding seeks strength
    • from Diversity
      • Cognitive paths
        • (the way we think)
      • Disciplinary background
      • (our education)

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