Monthly Archives: July 2015

In Defence of Lovenduskianism

Originally posted on UK PSA Women & Politics Specialist Group:
Rosie Campbell, Meryl Kenny and Fiona Mackay In a recent post on the PSA Women and Politics Group’s blog, Jonathan Dean reflects on the June 2015 European Conference on Politics…

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The Gender & Early Career Researcher REF Gaps

Originally posted on Stephen R. Bates:
by Fran Amery, Stephen Bates and Steve McKay Men in psychology, economics and biology are so good at research that 29-30% achieved 4* outputs in the last Research Exercise Framework (REF). Women in theology;…

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Constitutions, Quotas and Women’s Political Representation

This blog was originally published with the Centre on Constitutional Change. Read the original post here.  By Meryl Kenny Constitutions capture aspirations for the future, setting out broader principles of fair treatment and representation. As such, constitutions inevitably have a … Continue reading

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