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Disciplinary Barriers between the Social Sciences and Humanities National Report on France
AES: Social and Economic Administration (Administration économique et sociale) BEP: Vocational Studies Certificate (Brevet d'études professionnelles) BTS: Higher Technician Certificate (Brevet deExpand
Remaking Economic Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: Women’s Movement Claims and the ‘Commodification of Elderly Care’
It is widely assumed that one of the most visible legacies of the second wave women’s movement has been a radical transformation of expectations regarding the gender division of employment and, to aExpand
Exploring women's academic careers in cross‐national perspective: Lessons for equal opportunity policies
Purpose – In recent years, several countries and/or higher education institutions have adopted equal opportunity policies to promote women's access to the upper levels of the academic careerExpand
New managerialism in the academy: Gender bias and precarity
In the era of global competition, academic institutions are increasingly being managed as efficient organizations where early career academics are the most vulnerable group in the academic hierarchy.Expand
Entanglements of Economic and Intimate Citizenship: Individualization and Gender (In)Equality in a Changing Europe
This paper contributes to the ongoing refinement of citizenship as a feminist concept through the development of understandings of the relationship between economic and intimate citizenship inExpand
"Upstream Thinking": the catchment management approach of a water provider
Disciplinary Barriers between the Social Sciences and Humanities Comparative Report The Impact of the Relationship between the State and the Higher Education and Research Sectors on
and the UK. All these countries are signatories to the Bologna Agreement and are partners in a specific targeted research project (STREP) 1 on 'Changing Knowledge and Disciplinary Boundaries ThroughExpand
The gendered diversification of academic career paths in comparative perspective
The literature on gender and science shows that scientific careers continue to be characterised – albeit with important differences among countries – by strong gender discrimination, especially inExpand