The article turns its attention to the informally and diffusely educational profile of the pandemic experience and the practices activated for its management. Particular attention is paid to the models of care implicitly conveyed and connected to the family dimension, in the multiplication of the conciliation needs determined by the confinement. The aim is to illuminate the contents and teaching of a social education that risks contributing problematically to the aggravation of a gender imbalance.

Brambilla, L. (2020). Donne e Covid-19. L’educazione sociale di una fatica indicibile. STUDI SULLA FORMAZIONE, 23(2020-2), 107-115 [10.13128/ssf-11818].

Donne e Covid-19. L’educazione sociale di una fatica indicibile

Brambilla, L
2020

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The article turns its attention to the informally and diffusely educational profile of the pandemic experience and the practices activated for its management. Particular attention is paid to the models of care implicitly conveyed and connected to the family dimension, in the multiplication of the conciliation needs determined by the confinement. The aim is to illuminate the contents and teaching of a social education that risks contributing problematically to the aggravation of a gender imbalance.
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Pandemic Covid-19, Gender, Inequalities, Care, Vulnerability, Social Pedagogy, Social Education, Gender Informal Education;
Italian
2020
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Brambilla, L. (2020). Donne e Covid-19. L’educazione sociale di una fatica indicibile. STUDI SULLA FORMAZIONE, 23(2020-2), 107-115 [10.13128/ssf-11818].
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