Een leven lang leren is niet genderneutraal | Amsterdam University Press Journals Online
2004
Volume 27, Issue 2
  • E-ISSN: 1388-1302

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Ondanks aanzienlijke vooruitgang zijn vrouwen nog steeds achtergesteld op veel gebieden. Gelijke kansen en inclusiviteit van leren en ontwikkelen voor vrouwen zijn cruciaal voor het bereiken van gendergelijkheid. Echter, de huidige theorieën en modellen van een leven lang leren erkennen de rol van gender niet, terwijl er in trainingen en opleidingen van uit wordt gegaan dat gelijke behandeling leidt tot gelijke kansen. Deze studie onderzoekt hoe gender de ervaringen en uitkomsten op het gebied van een leven lang leren beïnvloedt. Een uitgebreide literatuurstudie toont aan dat gender een significante invloed heeft op een leven lang leren. Vervolgens wordt via een casestudie de rol van gender in drie trainingsprogramma’s binnen een internationale onderneming onderzocht. De onderzoeksmethodologie is kwalitatief met semigestructureerde interviews met deelnemers, programmaleiders en trainers, samen met documentanalyses. De conclusie van deze studie is dat toekomstig HR-onderzoek en de HR-praktijk de impact van gender in een leven lang leren moeten erkennen en adresseren om gendergelijkheid te waarborgen.

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