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Title
Women, research and careers
Author
Sue Hatt
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19990725

This book draws upon the experiences of a group of women in social science who came together for support and encouragement in becoming 'research active'. It identifies the main issues facing women in research and will be useful to those considering, or already embarked upon a research career as well as contributing to debates about women's role in the academic world. This collection breaks new ground by combining the reflections of established researchers with self-assessment exercises for potential researchers.

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CAROLYN BRINA Research Student and Associate Lecturer in Sociology
RONA EARLY MSc in Gender and Social Policy, Bristol University
MARION JACKSON Associate Dean, Faculty of Economics and Social Science
STELLA MAILE Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Research Fellow
ANNA PALMER Senior Lecturer in Economics
SANDRA PARSONS Research Student and Visiting Lecturer in Sociology
JANET WIDDOWS Head of Careers at University of the West of England

'It is the kind of book I wish I had had access to years ago...an admirable and accessible guide to transgressing exclusionary boundaries in pursuit of the pleasures of a career in research.' - Melanie Walker, Teaching in Higher Education

Type
BOOK
Edition
1999
Keyword Index
Women - Education (Graduate)|Learning and scholarship - Vocational guidance.|Research - Vocational guidance.|Vocational guidance for women.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
197

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