Naukowczynie w polskim systemie szkolnictwa wyższego - trudności i perspektywy

AEQUALITAS • 2013 • VOLUME 2 • NUMBER 1 (2) 07/2013;
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    Marta Du Vall · Marta Majorek
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    ABSTRACT: Th is report deals with the issues of women's participation in the science and research sector. Analysis of the statistical data shows that both in the United States and in Europe, despite the fact that women make up almost half of those receiving a doctoral degree, among professors they are barely one-fi ft h. Th is issue is presented in geographical terms, divided into the countries of the European Union, Poland and Scandinavia. Common to them is the situation in which women scientists encounter more barriers than similarly qualifi ed men on their career path. In Poland, too, despite a signifi cant increase in the number of women studying at the further stages of the scientifi c career, the situation of women is not satisfactory. Th e last part of the paper is devoted to the policy of the Nordic countries in eliminating the phenomenon of gender inequality in the scientifi c sector. Although the countries in this region all run their own policy on gender balance in society, they are conducting a far-reaching consultation on a common strategy in this area, and action on gender equality in the Nordic scientifi c research sector is based primarily on anti-discrimination legislation. Th e solutions adopted in this region and the guidelines of European institutions will be treated as a kind of reference point for action to eliminate inequalities based on gender in the scientifi c sector.
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