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 Assoc. Prof. Noraida Endut  

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noraida Endut

Associate Professor and Director
Centre for Research on Women and Gender  (KANITA)
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 USM, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Tel: (604)-653 2678
Fax: (604)-656 6379
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About

Academic Qualification

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK, Ph.D in Law, 2003
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK, LLM (Law and Development), 1994
University of Sheffield, UK, LLB (Hons.), 1992

Area of Specialisation
Gender Studies, Law and Development, Islamic Family Law in the modern context, International and Human Rights Law, Law for Social Workers

Publication

Books

Our Lived Realities: Reading Gender in Malaysia
by Cecilia Ng, Noraida Endut & Rashidah Shuib

Publisher: Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA)
Availability: In Stock. Available for purchase at KANITA
Price: RM40/ USD16
Language: English

Noraida Endut. 2011. Gender and Power in Extra-Legal Intervention in cases of Wife Abuse in Malaysia. ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES 17(4):39-68

Noraida Endut, Siti Waringin Oon, Wan Teng Lai, Zaireeni Azmi, Siti Hawa Ali, Rohasliney Hashim. 2011. Understanding and Experiences of Sexual Harassment amongst University Students: A Case Study of Undergraduates in Universiti Sains Malaysia. PROCEEDINGS OF 2011 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES, HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CHHSS 2011) presented at the 2nd International Conference on Humanities, Historical & Social Sciences in Cairo, Egypt, 2011

Cecilia Ng, Noraida Endut, Rashidah Shuib. 2011. Introduction. In: Our Lived Realities: Reading Gender in Malaysia. (ISBN 9789838615020). Universiti Sains Malaysia Press. Pp. 1

Noraida Endut and Intan Hashimah Mohd Hashim. 2011. The Nature and Impact of Domestic Violence: A Study of Survivors of Wife Abuse in Malaysia. In: Our Lived Realities: Reading Gender in Malaysia. (ISBN 9789838615020). Universiti Sains Malaysia Press. Pp. 50

Noraida Endut. 2011. Women, Law and Justice: The Case of Domestic Violence in Malaysia. In: Our Lived Realities: Reading Gender in Malaysia. (ISBN 9789838615020). Universiti Sains Malaysia Press. Pp. 177

Rashidah Shuib, Noraida Endut. 2011. Domestic Violence and Women's Well Being in Malaysia: An Overview of a National Study Using the WHO Multi-country Questionaire on Women's Health and Domestic Violence against Women. Proceedings of the PSU-USM International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences 2011, Songkla, Thailand.

Intan Osman, Cecilia Ng, Noraida Endut and Jacqueline Fernandez. 2011. “Deep structure” and women in decision making in state governance in Malaysia: A case study of Penang.Proceedings of the International Joint Seminar: Towards good governance and leadership, decent livelihood for women, USM, Malaysia.

Noraida Endut and Intan Hashimah Mohd Hashim. 2011. Religion and understanding of domestic violence amongst justice and enforcement agency personnel in Malaysia. Proceedings of the Workshop on Law and Society in Malaysia: Pluralism, Islam and Development, Canada.

Siti Waringin Oon, Rashidah Shuib, Siti Hawa Ali, Noraida Endut, Sarimah Abdullah, Siti Shahrizatil Husna, Gayathri Prabakaran, Nur Saffiah Hussin, Puzziawati Abd Ghani. 2012. Health Consequences of Women with Intimate Partner Violence in Malaysia. Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 01(02), 117–123

Ramasamy, V.K., Osman, I., Chelliah, S., Endut, N. Does Brain Structure Influence Women Leadership Behaviours?. Proceedings of the KANITA Inaugural Postgraduate International Conference on Gender Studies, Penang, Malaysia, pp. 18

Sekar, L., Endut, N., Hashim.M, I.H. The Nature Of Social Support Available For Women During Pregnancy: A Case Study In Pulau Pinang. Proceedings of the KANITA Inaugural Postgraduate International Conference on Gender Studies, Penang, Malaysia, pp. 51

Non-Citation Indexed Journal

Siti Waringin Oon, Rashidah Shuib, Siti Hawa Ali, Noraida Endut, Intan Osman, Sarimah Abdullah and Siti Shahrizatil Husna Shahrudin. 2013. Similarities And Differences Between Rural And Urban Women On The Risk factors Of Intimate Partner Violence In Malaysia. Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 2(3):117–124

Teaching

SGS501: Gender Theories

SGS502: Research Methods and Analysis for Gender Studies

MOOC course: Introduction to Gender Studies in the ASEAN Context

What is the procedure for entry into the postgraduate programme (Master and PhD)?

Application to the postgraduate programme is handled by the Institute of Postgraduate Studies (IPS, USM) which is also there on the website. The application can be made online. After it has gone to the IPS the application will be chanelled to KANITA. Details of the university's requirements are there on the IPS website via http://www.ips.usm.my/.

I wish to enroll as a postgraduate student in KANITA. May I know the programmes of study offered?

We offer both Master of Social Sciences (Gender Studies) and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Gender Studies by research mode. Details of the programme can be found in our brochure.

What are the scholarships available and how should I apply for it?

The scholarships available are the Graduate Assistantship (Teaching), Graduate Assistant (Research), Fee Exemption Scheme and Graduate Research Fund, National Science Fellowship and Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme. The forms can be downloaded from IPS via http://www.ips.usm.my

Are there any financial sponsorships or support for foreign students?

Foreign students can apply for the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) and the Islamic Development Bank scholarship.

 

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KANITA offers postgraduate studies programmes for those interested in pursuing women’s or gender studies by research. Upon completion of the studies, students are awarded with Master of Social Sciences (Gender Studies) or Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Programmes are designed to produce postgraduates who are gender-sensitive in various work cultures and organisations, equipping those from various basic disciplines with knowledge and analytical skills of looking at the social world through a more comprehensive and inclusive manner.

The postgraduate programmes at KANITA aim at developing and enhancing candidates’ analytical and practical skills in their chosen disciplines through the use of the gender lense. This lense operates through the idea that gender matters to structures, theories and practices in any discipline that the lived realities of sections of society, particularly women, are highly pertinent subject of deep inquiry.

Postgraduate candidates may choose to research on any topic within KANITA's research thrust areas. We also welcome proposal for research beyond the thrust areas subject to available expertise amongst our academic staff. KANITA's research thrust areas are:

  1. Health
  2. Policy and Law
  3. Sustainable Development
  4. Leadership and Governance

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants should possess the following:
Bachelor’s degrees with Honours in any fields, including Applied Sciences, Health Sciences and Engineering from accredited local or foreign universities.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Currently, both Master's and PhD programmes in KANITA are conducted by research modes. (KANITA has plans to introduce a Master's programme by mixed mode (taught courses and dissertation) in the near future.)

Students will be assigned supervisors to guide them through conducting their research and writing their theses.  Theses will be assessed by external and internal examiners and students are also required to present their theses in viva voce sessions.

KANITA requires its students to take and pass prerequisite courses at the beginning of their enrollment. These courses are:

SGS501: Gender Theories
SGS502: Research Methods and Analysis for Gender Studies

DURATION:

Master's Degree
Full-time :Min. 2 semesters/ Max 6 semesters
Part-time :Min. 4 semesters/ Max 12 semesters
 
Ph.D
Full-time :Min. 4 semesters/ Max 10 semesters
Part-time :Min. 6 semesters/ Max 15 semesters

FEE STRUCTURE:

REGISTRATION FEES (ONCE ONLY)

 Malaysian Students
 
International Students
 
Personal Bond
(International Students Only)
 Master RM340.00  Master  RM1,900.00 RM1,900.00
 Ph.D  RM340.00  Ph.D  RM1,900.00 RM1,900.00

 EXAMINATION FEES (ONCE ONLY)

Master's Degree
 
 PhD Degree
 
 Malaysian  International  Malaysian  International
 RM750.00  RM1,000.00  RM1,000.00  RM1,500.00

TUITION FEES (PER SEMESTER)

Master's Degree
 
 PhD Degree
 
 Malaysian  International  Malaysian  International
 RM3,050.00  RM4,600.00  RM3,050.00  RM4,600.00

 

ENQUIRIES AND CONTACT NUMBERS

Further information and enquiries should be addressed to:

Director
Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA)
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 USM, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Tel: +60 4 6587720 (DL)/6532678/ 6533436
Fax: +60 4 6566379
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Website: http:/www.usm.my/kanita

Dean
Institute of Postgraduate Studies (IPS)
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 USM, Penang, Malaysia
Tel: 604-6533888(ext.2941/2943/2944/2945)
Fax: 604-6532931
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Website: http://www.ips.usm.my

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