2015
DOI: 10.1590/00115258201558
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Abstract: O número de mulheres com título de doutorado vem crescendo de maneira constante ao longo das últimas décadas no Brasil, tendo chegado a 51,5% do total de doutores titulados em 2008 (CGEE, 2010:101). A proporção de professoras no ensino superior também cresceu, chegando a 55% do total de docentes em (Inep, 2011. Trata-se de uma mudança social significativa, principalmente em se tratando de um país onde, à semelhança de outros, trabalhadores do sexo masculino são tradicionalmente maioria nos postos mais prest… Show more

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“…Moreover, they were concentrated in undergraduate co-ordination, with men taking over more prestigious positions, such as post-graduate co-ordination and the directorships of colleges and institutes. None of the twelve rectors at Unicamp was female (Moschkovich and Almeida 2015).…”
Section: Gender Inequality and Discrimination In Academiamentioning
confidence: 98%
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“…Moreover, they were concentrated in undergraduate co-ordination, with men taking over more prestigious positions, such as post-graduate co-ordination and the directorships of colleges and institutes. None of the twelve rectors at Unicamp was female (Moschkovich and Almeida 2015).…”
Section: Gender Inequality and Discrimination In Academiamentioning
confidence: 98%
“…They are gendered institutions, historically marked by the presence of men, and aligned with the unequal gendered division of labour in traditional heterosexual family settings. Although the proportion of female teachers at HEIs has increased (Moschkovich and Almeida 2015;Balbachevsky and Holzhacker 2015), the latest Higher Education Census (INEP 2017) shows that most Brazilian academics are males. 4 Dubois- Shaik and Fusulier (2017) show that women in contemporary European academia are disadvantaged by vertical segregation because universities have still not addressed issues that undermine female advancement, such as personal circumstances, parenthood and family.…”
Section: Gender Inequality and Discrimination In Academiamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…15 Mesmo após a virada do século, o teto de vidro ainda dificulta a ascensão feminina a cargos de maior poder e decisão, em diversas profissões. Em estudo recente de Moschkovich e Almeida, 16 2015, as autoras mostraram que os docentes do sexo masculino têm significativamente mais chances do que suas colegas de ocupar diretorias de faculdades e institutos, e cargos no conselho universitário. Além disso, mostraram que a proporção de docentes do sexo feminino no nível de entrada da carreira de docência é ligeiramente maior que a média, do sexo feminino, nos demais níveis da carreira e esta proporção de professoras é menor nos níveis mais elevados da carreira de docência.…”
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