Social interactions and communication

Stereotypes and status differentials and how they are continuously reproduced during social interaction, networking

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Elizabeth Pollitzer 2017-Mar-28 Closing the gender leadership gap: a multi-centre cross-country comparison of women in man...
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2017-Mar-28 Implicit Association Test as an Indicator of Gender Bias in Computer Fields
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2017-Mar-28 An analysis of Gender inequality and National Gender Policy in Nigeria
Angela Townsend 2017-Mar-24 Improving Gender Balance - Reflections on the impact of interventions in schools
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2017-Mar-23 Journals and funders confront implicit bias in peer review
Henrietta Dale 2017-Jan-03 Breaking the Gender Barrier in Engineering
Henrietta Dale 2017-Jan-03 Single-sex schools: Could they harm your child?
Henrietta Dale 2016-Dec-21 What Works for Women in Undergraduate Physics?
Henrietta Dale 2016-Dec-21 Gender gaps and gendered action in a first-year physics laboratory
Henrietta Dale 2016-Nov-24 Mapping the Future Physics and Chemistry Postdoctoral Researchers’ Experiences and Career...
Henrietta Dale 2016-Aug-30 The Paradox of Meritocracy in Organizations
Henrietta Dale 2016-Aug-10 Sit'N Listen! Episode 8: Discovering Sex and Gender?
Henrietta Dale 2016-Aug-04 Physical review physics education research - Gender in Physics special collection
Henrietta Dale 2016-Jun-13 To Advance Science, It's Time to Tackle Unconscious Bias -Op-Ed-
arroyo_lidia 2016-May-31 The Gender System and Interaction
arroyo_lidia 2016-May-31 Gender as a Group Process: Implications for the Persistence of Inequality
arroyo_lidia 2016-May-31 Men and women of the corporation
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matteoc 2016-Nov-22 RESEt
SWOPS 2016-Jun-21 SWOPS: Human Resources Strategy Oriented Towards Structural Changes in the European Union
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lauralorenz 2016-Aug-11 3. Gender Studies Tagung des DIW Berlin: Arbeit 4.0 – Blind Spot Gender