23 SES 03 D, Trajectories in HE and Work
This paper takes as a starting point the proposed changes of contemporary gender relations within the academia, suggesting on the one hand that traditional masculinities are losing ground as growing numbers of women position themselves in research (see Swedish National Agency for Higher Education, 2011), and on the other hand that present pressures from the currently dominating performative and competitive culture strenghten structures working to the disadvantage of women (see Acker & Armenti, 2004).
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