Gender Gap

Directly Tackling the Gender Bias of Wikipedia’s Social Science Entries
Communication
April 17, 2023

Directly Tackling the Gender Bias of Wikipedia’s Social Science Entries

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Measuring Multidimensional Precarious Employment of Women: A View From Spain
Business and Management INK
February 23, 2023

Measuring Multidimensional Precarious Employment of Women: A View From Spain

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Claudia Goldin on the Gender Pay Gap
Social Science Bites
December 1, 2022

Claudia Goldin on the Gender Pay Gap

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Index Finds Little Global Progress on Gender-Based Development Goals
News
March 11, 2022

Index Finds Little Global Progress on Gender-Based Development Goals

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Does Gender Bias Influence What Gets Called ‘Soft Science’?

Does Gender Bias Influence What Gets Called ‘Soft Science’?

Across studies in research described here, participants were consistently more likely to describe a discipline as a “soft science” when they’d been led to believe that proportionally more women worked in the field.

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Work from Female Researchers Is Less Cited. But It’s Read More. Why?

Work from Female Researchers Is Less Cited. But It’s Read More. Why?

The gender gap in citations between male and female researchers is well documented. Lin Zhang and Gunnar Sivertsen find that while papers authored by female researchers are less cited, they are more frequently engaged with by readers.

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Women and Leadership: Navigating Pathways to Success

Women and Leadership: Navigating Pathways to Success

Women continue to be underutilized and underrepresented in senior-decision making roles, notes Shezadi Khushal as she explains lessons she drew from the book ‘Women and Leadership.’

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‘Are We There Yet?’ Jane Hall Looks at Women in American Political Ecosystem

‘Are We There Yet?’ Jane Hall Looks at Women in American Political Ecosystem

The 2020 elections marked a turning point for women in U.S. politics and the media. So “are we there yet?” Ehh, not yet.

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Online Events: Understanding Diversity in STEM – WMPD Day

Online Events: Understanding Diversity in STEM – WMPD Day

On May 12 – Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities Day – a series of online events will mark the release of a report on the status of these groups in science, analyze the new data, and aim to provide an understanding of what to do next.

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The Worst Academic Field to be a Woman in?

The Worst Academic Field to be a Woman in?

There is no shortage of disciplines and industries rife with sexism. The STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – are particularly well known for their misogynistic […]

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Ten Recommended Resources for Women in Academia

Ten Recommended Resources for Women in Academia

In our second post for 2018’s Academic Book Week, we wanted to take the opportunity to highlight some of the fantastic resources available to help support, encourage and develop women in academia. From blogs to books, to influential social media accounts and reports, the literature out there is both vast and dynamic.

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Women in Academia: Tips From Your Peers

Women in Academia: Tips From Your Peers

Sage 1223 Career, Tips

For Academic Book Week, SAGE Publishing, the parent of Social Science Space, asked some of its authors and editors for their top tips for women in academia:

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