Men, Women and Research ‘Self-Promotion’

International“Men are more likely than women to frame their research findings as ‘novel’, ‘unique’, ‘promising’ or otherwise positively, according to a new analysis of more than six million articles in the life sciences and academic medicine. The difference was most pronounced in the highest-impact journals in the study and associated with higher citation counts. So the finding has implications for women’s career progression and gender equity overall …” (more)

[Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 17 December]


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