Breaking the glass ceiling : the doctoral thesis defence as a key turning point
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Gallego Morón, Nazareth
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017
Statistics depict a university system that is not a space for equality ? despite what we might expect of a meritocratic system. Women constitute a minority in positions of power and among high officials in university structures. This document analyses the possible causes in the decrease in women?s participation after defending their doctoral theses, a key moment that represents the start of the glass ceiling. It delves into the relationship between co-optation systems, male power networks, and the allocation of pre-doctoral grants.

    Gallego Morón, Nazareth. Breaking the glass ceiling : the doctoral thesis defence as a key turning point. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 7 2017: 112-119

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