2015
DOI: 10.1590/18094449201500450367
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A produtividade científica tem sexo? Um estudo sobre bolsistas de produtividade do CNPq*

Abstract: ResumoAnálise da composição sexual, da faixa etária e da distribuição entre as áreas de conhecimento, entre 2001 e 2012, do grupo de pesquisadores bolsistas produtividade em pesquisa do Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq). A partir de uma base de dados estatísticos fornecidos por essa agência, as principais conclusões se referem às diferenças na proporção entre homens e mulheres conforme a área de conhecimento, e ao fenômeno da juvenilização, que ocorreu em todas as áreas e fav… Show more

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“…In this study, however, it was not possible to associate the greater participation of women exclusively with the nutritionist profession since many of the evaluated researchers graduated in other areas, especially Medicine. According to Guedes et al [26], the country's general situation reflects how men continue to represent the majority of the grant holders, although there is a clear trend of greater numbers of female researchers, suggesting a change in this scenario. It is also necessary to consider the multidisciplinary nature of postgraduate courses in nutrition, which receive health professionals from different backgrounds and different ratios of men and women.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this study, however, it was not possible to associate the greater participation of women exclusively with the nutritionist profession since many of the evaluated researchers graduated in other areas, especially Medicine. According to Guedes et al [26], the country's general situation reflects how men continue to represent the majority of the grant holders, although there is a clear trend of greater numbers of female researchers, suggesting a change in this scenario. It is also necessary to consider the multidisciplinary nature of postgraduate courses in nutrition, which receive health professionals from different backgrounds and different ratios of men and women.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While Brazilian public policies implemented since the 1970s have managed to propel the female gender towards higher education and graduate studies, which in the past provided greater opportunities for male academics, the policies governing research productivity scholarships have not had the same effect. In fact, current female participation in this type of scholarship is inconsistent with the overall rise of women in academia (Guedes et al, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Brazilian government agencies have made efforts to promote gender equality and parity, as noted by Rodrigues and Guimarães (2016) with regard to access to institutions of higher education, university teaching positions, research groups registered with the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq, 2013) and CNPq research productivity scholarships. However, female participation in CNPq scholarships in the fields of management and economics declined between 2001 (36.7% and 18.8%, respectively) and 2012 (31.7% and 12.4%, respectively) (Guedes, Azevedo, & Ferreira, 2015). Statistical data for the year 2015 (CNPq, 2017) show that, despite securing the majority of research mentorships (58.9%), master's positions (52.5%), PhD positions (50.7%) and post-PhD positions (56.1%), women are still the minority in overseas scholarships (46%), in all categories of research productivity scholarships (35.5%), competitive innovation grants (49.3%) and other modalities (45.1%).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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