Gendered experiences of academic staff in relation to research activity and the REF2014
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis report is based on research commissioned by the institutional Research and Knowledge Transfer Office between June 2015 and June 2016. This research has focused on generating qualitative and quantitative data as to the potential reasons why there appears to be a gender disparity in research productivity within the commissioning institution. In particular, the number of women self-selecting for representation in the REF2014 was comparatively low. This research was led by Dr Chantal Davies (as part of her broader remit in relation to the Forum for Research into Equality and Diversity) with Dr Ruth Healey as co-researcher and Anthony Cliffe as research assistant. A Steering Group made up of representatives from across the institution oversaw the process.
CitationDavies, C., Healey R.L. and Cliffe, A. (2016). Gendered Experiences of Academic Staff in Relation to Research Activity and the REF2014. Forum for Research into Equality and Diversity. Chester, United Kingdom: University of Chester.
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