Gender, Health and Sociocultural Models

The objective for this line of research is to analyse how situations associated with gender biases and discrimination may have a negative impact on the way people in general, and women in particular, manage their health habits (ie academic burnout, psychological well-being, sports, emotions).

A more detailed explanation of this line of research can be found below:

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Gender, health and sociocultural models

The objectives for this line of research are:

  • To analyse how situations associated with gender biases and discrimination may have a negative impact on the way people in general, and women in particular, manage their health (for instance academic burnout, psychological well-being, sports, emotions, etc).
  • To examine the possibilities that different qualitative, quantitative and big data analysis techniques offer to the study of health management from a gender perspective.

Keywords: coping strategies for gender discrimination and sexual harassment, psychological well-being, burnout, gender violence.

We have several competitive research grants running related to the present research line.