Survivors in a male preserve: A study of British women academics' experiences and perceptions of discrimination in a UK university

@article{Bagilhole1993SurvivorsIA,
  title={Survivors in a male preserve: A study of British women academics' experiences and perceptions of discrimination in a UK university},
  author={B. Bagilhole},
  journal={Higher Education},
  year={1993},
  volume={26},
  pages={431-447}
}
Women academics in British universities make up a very small minority and are concentrated in the lower grades. All the statistical evidence points to the fact that a reason for this situation is that discrimination exists in the academic profession. Howerver, very little empirical information exists on the nature of this discrimination and how it operates. The study reported here seeks to contribute to the understanding of this phenomenon by exploring the processes involved, through the… Expand
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