Gender Balance and Issues
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(“academic conferences” OR “conference presenters” OR “organization conferences” OR “organization meetings” OR “scholarly conferences”) AND (“PARTICIPATION BY WOMEN” OR “PARTICIPATION BY MEN” OR “GENDER BIAS” OR (GENDER AND INEQUALITIES) OR “WOMEN’S ROLE”)
Lefkowitz, Natalie. “GENDER VOICES. David Graddol and Joan Swann. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989. Pp. v+ 214.” Studies in Second Language Acquisition 14, no. 01 (1992): 107-108.
Making, Foreign Policy Decision. “Graduate Student Conference Program Identities and Inequalities in a Globalizing World.”
Henderson, Emily F. “Academic conferences: representative and resistant sites for higher education research.” Higher Education Research & Development 34, no. 5 (2015): 914-925.
Thomas, Rhodri. “A remarkable absence of women: a comment on the formation of the new Events Industry Board.” Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 9, no. 2 (2017): 201-204.
Azpuru, Dinorah. “Does Gender Make a Difference? The Gender Gap in Latin American Politics.” In Women, Politics, and Democracy in Latin America, pp. 109-130. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017.
Erchick, Diana B., Peter Appelbaum, Joanne Rossi Becker, and Suzanne K. Damarin. “GENDER AND MATHEMATICS: MOVING TOWARD NEW SPACES.” North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education October 2004 Toronto, Ontario, Canada (2004): 59.
Samkange, Faith, and Sihle Dingani. “Beyond the glass ceiling: a gendered and cultural hospitality management discourse on the advancement of women based on integrated research paradigms.” In ECRM2012-9th European Conference on Research Methods in Business Management: ECRM 2012, p. 341. Academic Conferences Limited, 2010.
Nair, Anupama, and Archana Raju. “Strategic Initiatives and Practices to Empower Female Academics in the United Arab Emirates.” In European Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, p. 206. Academic Conferences International Limited, 2016.
Smith, Greg. “Commentary: A few good men: Gender balance in the Western Australian public relations industry.” PRism 3 (2005).
Davis, Cynthia R., Eric Dearing, Nicole Usher, Sarah Trifiletti, Lesya Zaichenko, Elizabeth Ollen, Mary T. Brinkoetter et al. “Detailed assessments of childhood adversity enhance prediction of central obesity independent of gender, race, adult psychosocial risk and health behaviors.” Metabolism 63, no. 2 (2014): 199-206.
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