Dublin History


The 2nd International Sexuality and Gender Studies Conference – ICGSS – is an annual event. Our 2022 edition took place between the 29 – 31 of July, 2022 in one of the most spectacular cities in the world – 
Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Virtual Session

AuthorArticle TitleAffiliation
gender studies conference Dr. Giuseppina Scotto di Carlo“Mine or No One Else’s”: a Discourse Analysis of the Representations of ‘Feminicide’ in Italian News ReportingUniversità di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’, Italy
education conferenceProf Dr. Andreas AcerantiCorrelation between depression and anxiety and acceptance of sexual orientation in young malesResearch Centre on Human Behaviour, Italy
gender studies conference Dr.Zsuzsa F. LassúHungarian parents’ view on early childhood sexual education and childhood sexual abuse – results of a qualitative studyEötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
gender studies conference Dr.Ly Quyet TienLGBTQ Culture in Vietnam in the 21th CenturyBecamex Business Scool, Eastern International University, Vietnam
gender studies conference Dr.Cecilia HerlesEcological Feminist Flourishing in the Roots of Grace Lee Boggs’ Legacy: (Re)imaging Sustainable Feminist ActivismUniversity of Georgia, USA
gender studies conference Dr.Robert O’MochainSexual Harassment Issues in Japan: Report on University Classroom InterventionRitsumeikan University, Japan
gender studies conference Dr.María Aragonés-GonzálezAction-research methodology as a promoter of practical tools for gender equality in education.Social Servicies Mancomunitat Marina Baixa – Gender Equality Area, Spain
education conferenceDr.Vuyolwethu Seti-SonamziAin’t I Woman? The Black Woman’s Body as a BattlegroundUniversity of South Africa
education conferenceProf Dr.Luciana Romano MorilasDiscrimination against women in labor: analyzing courts response with jurimetricsUniversity of São Paulo, Brazil
gender studies conference Dr.Sucharita Maji

Math Anxiety, Math-self-efficacy, and Math-performance: A Study of Indian School Children

“Is Success a Bigger Burden for Women?”: Examining the Imposter Phenomenon-Gender Connection in India

Indian Institute of Technology Dhanbad, India
education conferenceProf Dr.Rofhiwa MukhudwanaBlack feminists don’t suck dick! Hate-speech hacktivism: A phenomenological analysis of #menaretrash grassroots cyber social-movement against heteropatriarchyUniversity of South Africa
gender studies conference Dr. Natanaree PosrithongThe Unpresidented Social Response to the Emergence of Femtwits in Thailand’s Waves of Pro-democratic MovementMahidol University International College, Thailand
gender studies conference Dr.Gavan Patrick GrayHidden Borders: The Impact of Gender and Sexual Norms on Interpersonal Bonds in JapanTsuda University, College of Policy Studies, Japan
Dr.Sibusiso MkwananziSocio-cultural Predictors of Teenage Pregnancy in South Africa: Comparing the Rural and Urban ExperienceUniversity of South Africa
Dr.Daniel LetsoaloUniversity of Limpopo, South AfricaSouth African Traditional Healers Perceptions of Homosexuality
Prof Dr.Rut Lucas-DominguezHealth Information and Research Unit (UISYS Group). Department of History of Science and Information Science. University of Valencia, SpainThe inclusion of the gender perspective in articles on Oncology in Health Sciences
education conferenceProf Dr.Luciana MorilasDo women really have a choice? Unpaid extra work and unfair division of home tasks: Drowning in the sea of Covid-19 without a lifejacketUniversity of São Paulo, Brazil
education conferenceDr.Hanan BisharaThe Dalectic of the Father’s absence in Nawal El Saadawi WorksThe Academic Arab College for education in Haifa- Israel
gender studies conference Dr.Helena LouhelaBelonging and violence: Adolescent girl’s identity performanceGender Studies, University of Oulu, Finland
Prof Dr.Hessam MirgolbabaeiLGBTQ2+ Students’ and Professionals’ Inclusion and Diversity in STEM; Struggles and Potential ApproachesUniversity of Minnesota, USA
gender studies conference Dr.Fatma Yaşın-TekizoğluThe Effect of Sexual Objectification on Rapist and Victim Blame in Non-Western CultureAnkara Medipol University, Turkey
education conferenceMr.Ryan MurthaQueer Amateur Sports as a Challenge to Western Sporting HegemonyThe University of Texas at Austin, USA
gender studies conference Ms.Anna CaterinoEven in Bed I Pose: Deconstructing Dean WinchesterMilan State University, Italy
Ms.Mikayla RoellNonverbal Communication: Flirting in FilmsThe University of Texas Rio Grande, USA
gender studies conference Mr.Elio IannacciSlay to the Rhythm: Queer-Diva Collaboration in Grace Jones’s “I’m Not Perfect but (I’m Perfect For You)”York University, Canada
education conferenceMr.Eshun BenjaminGirls in Illegal Mining in Ghana; Surviving without ThriveUniversity Of Mines and Technology, Ghana
Ms. Brigitta TóthParental Views of Disney Princesses in The Context of Value-Based Expectations for Their Pre-School ChildrenEötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Mr.Melusi MntungwaExploring Representations of Black Queer Identity in Post-94 South Africa An Analysis of FAKAUniversity of South Africa
gender studies conference Mr.Marton Viktor ZalaFactors promoting sex education among kindergarten educatorsELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
education conferenceMs.Adejoke Màríà OlojedeSexism and Culture: A Contemporary Perspective on Nigerian Wedding CeremoniesYaba College of Technology, Lagos, Nigeria
education conferenceMr.Ivan MkhomaziThe representation of black women in brand communication messages – why do brands get it wrong?University of South Africa
education conferenceMr.Bholanath DasContextualizing Ecofeminist Concerns in Doubly Displaced Subalterns: A study of Third Word Indigenous Women in Select Works of Mahasweta DeviKIIT Deemed to be University Bhubaneswar, India
education conferenceMr.Yahya AkalaySecularism and the Muslim Women Question: A Critique of Secularism as a Frame of Reference for Gender EqualityIbn Tofail University, Morocco
education conferenceMs.Vaishnavi Ramesh KawaleExploring Science-related Implicit Gender Stereotypes with Draw-a-Scientist-Test: A Study of Indian School ChildrenIndian Institute of Technology Dhanbad, India
Mr.Jiru ZengChinese Women at Gaze: Representation of Bodies of Chinese Women Aged from 18 to 30 on Tinder Dating ProfilesYenching Academy, Peking University, China
education conferenceMs.Enrica DuncanNo woman should suffer alone: the importance of solidarity and care for women at risk as a strategy to overcome GBV. Research on effects of psychological and legal support for survivors of GBV through an innovative volunteer solidarity networkMapa do Acolhimento/NOSSAS.org, Brazil
Mrs.Ranin DaasThe counseling discourse on LGBT sexuality in Arab-Muslim schools in IsraelBen Gurion university of the negev, Israel
Ms.Yiyun YangTemporary Empowerment: Understanding “PUA” as A Buzzword in Intimate Partner Violence in Contemporary ChinaPeking University, China
Ms.Lee Moon-WooA Seal of (Queer) Love and Unhappy QueerYonsei University, South Korea
Ms.Salome ThomasInfluence of Patriarchy on women in Indian SocietyChrist University, India
Ms.Sanjana ChakrabortyInfluenced Gender Identities: Analysis of Gender through the Spectacle of Culture in The Carpet WeaverNational Institute of Technology Sikkim, India
Mrs.Huan XieThe Impact of Social Media use on Female Happiness: A Case Study in Chinese Women’ Selfies on Little Red BookPingxiang university, China
education conferenceMs.Ștefania ChihaiaThe Case For Working With Feminist New Materialisms Against The Dualisms That Divide UsUniversity of Bucharest, Romania
Ms.Lukyantseva PolinaThe Evolution of Feminism in Japan: Issues of Gender and the Perception of Japanese WomenKyoto University, Japan
Mr.Melvin SheryStatus Of Nalsa Judgement Implementation: A Case Study of KeralaPondicherry University, India
education conferenceMSC. Klara BełzaThe presence of the transgender body/embodiment as a subject of research within the sociology of the body by analyzing the scientific journal Body & SocietyUniversity of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Mrs.Birgit Schoeppl FischerGender diverse boards a goal worthwhile pursuing? A case study research approachUniversity of Antwerp, Austria