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Academics 2018: Proposals for Measures to Support Equality in Research and Higher Education
Linková, Marcela ; Cidlinská, Kateřina ; Fárová, Nina ; Maříková, Hana ; Tenglerová, Hana ; Vohlídalová, Marta
This document is an outcome of the research project Analysis of Barriers to and Support Strategy for Gender Equality in Science and Research implemented in 2017 and 2018 by the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences as part of the Operational Programme Employment (Reg. No. CZ.03.1.51/0.0/0.0/15_02 8/0003571). \nThe objective of the project was to develop recommendations for action to advance gender equality in research and development for the state administration and other key national players in research policy-making (the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, the Research, Development and Innovation Council, the Czech Science Foundation, the Technology Agency of the CR). Additional measures have been developed for higher education and research institutions and their umbrella organisations (Czech Rectors' Conference, the Czech Academy of Sciences). Moreover, the document aims to serve government bodies responsible for gender equality agendas (the Gender Equality Department of the Government of the CR). The measures have been proposed on the assumption that for their successful implementation it is necessary to ensure synergy between the state administration and research and higher education institutions. Due emphasis is also placed on the role and responsibility of senior researchers.\nThe document is unique in that it builds on an in-depth analysis of the working conditions and barriers to career progression in research and development. It is the first study of the working conditions in research in the CR of such a comprehensive nature. The summary of the main findings is presented in the annexes to this document. This is a working document. Its aim is to encourage discussion about the measures proposed. We welcome your feedback, be it in the form of email or as part of face-to-face conversations. Authors also welcome further suggestions.\n
Academics 2018: Proposals for Measures to Support Equality in Research and Higher Education Environment
Linková, Marcela ; Cidlinská, Kateřina ; Fárová, Nina ; Maříková, Hana ; Tenglerová, Hana ; Vohlídalová, Marta
This document is an outcome of the research project Analysis of Barriers to and Support Strategy for Gender Equality in Science and Research implemented in 2017 and 2018 by the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences as part of the Operational Programme Employment (Reg. No. CZ.03.1.51/0.0/0.0/15_02 8/0003571). \nThe objective of the project was to develop recommendations for action to advance gender equality in research and development for the state administration and other key national players in research policy-making (the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, the Research, Development and Innovation Council, the Czech Science Foundation, the Technology Agency of the CR). Additional measures have been developed for higher education and research institutions and their umbrella organisations (Czech Rectors' Conference, the Czech Academy of Sciences). Moreover, the document aims to serve government bodies responsible for gender equality agendas (the Gender Equality Department of the Government of the CR). The measures have been proposed on the assumption that for their successful implementation it is necessary to ensure synergy between the state administration and research and higher education institutions. Due emphasis is also placed on the role and responsibility of senior researchers.\n
2015 Monitoring report on the position of women in Czech science
Tenglerová, Hana
Report brings data about situation of women researchers between 2005 and 2015. Along with standard data about researchers by field and sector of performance, about students and academic employees in higher education and women in decision making, it contains data about newly employed researchers, information about situation in regions, about foreign researchers and about the number of scientific awards awarded to men and women.
Women's organizations in the CR as family policy lobbyists
Molnárová, Alžběta ; Frič, Pavol (advisor) ; Tenglerová, Hana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the theme of women's organizations lobbying family policy. The theoretical approaches used in the work discribe the subject of research and the tools for its exploration. These are manily theories of interest groups, theories of third sector-state interactions and theories of lobbying. Theories raised following research questions: Are women's organizations insiders or outsiders of family policy? Are their relations with state mainly cooperative or confrontational, do they join institucionalized or non-formal negotiations? Do they use radical or moderate forms of lobbying? Is their lobbying direct or indirect? The thesis explores also the costs of lobbying and their influence on the forms of lobbying chosen by women's organizations. It is also focused on evaluation of the succes of the women's organizations and on the potential and barriers of coalition and networks building. The diploma thesis comes with following results. The women's organizations are mainly insiders in the family policy negotiations. They join the institucionalized forms of advocacy, relations with the state are mainly cooperative. Nevertheless they recognize the potential of noninstitucionalized forms of lobbying both direct and indirect. There are also outsider organizations by neccessity but they are...
Policy of Inactivity: Issue of Gender Equality In Czech Science Policy
Tenglerová, Hana ; Hejzlarová, Eva (referee) ; Čabanová, Bohumila (advisor)
This diploma thesis examines issues of gender equality in the Czech science policy. The essay consists on defining of the problem, including a summary of the current state of research and empirical evidence, it outlines commitments of the CR in the field of gender equality and review current science policies. The thesis also analyzes the institutional support and influence of actors in the process of formulation and creation of science policies and their stance on the issue of gender equality in science. The final section is devoted to analysis of the construction of the problem of gender equality in science in the speeches of leading actors of science policy. In methodological terms, the work is comming out form the constructivist paradigm and a feminist perspective. The basic method of data analysis is discourse analysis.
Gender aspects of presentation of science in media : Presentation of female and male scientists
Tenglerová, Hana ; Maříková, Hana (referee) ; Havelková, Hana (advisor)
Science plays an important role in society, has an authoritative position and gets considerable financial resources. The media's image is constantly shaping and influencing the perception of society at large and the scientist alone. The work focuses on how science is constructed in the media from a gender perspective, how it reflects and reproduces the gendered order of our society. Research focus here concentrates on the presentation of women and men - scientists in four major Czech newspapers. Theoretical basis of the work are constructivism and particularly feminist media theory. Metodology is based on quantitative content analysis and qualitative analysis, inspired by semiology. Analysis results show that the women scientists are in the presentation of science ignored and their contribution is reduced in many aspects. From a quantitative underrepresenation, to their higher concentration at the backsides of the papers, the less authoritative role given to them in articles or by using of motherhood as a means of distracting from their expertise: preferred representatives of medial science are male. Key words: gender, media, science.
2014 Monitoring report on the position of women in Czech science
Tenglerová, Hana
The trend of increasing the representation of men in the already very masculinized research continues and horizontal segregation increases as well in sectors of research performance and fields. In 2014, the representation of women among researchers was lowest since 2001. In the business and higher education sector the proportion of women among researchers is declining, as well as in engineering, natural sciences and humanities. There is a growing proportion of women among associate professors and professors, but primarily due to a significant decline in men with these degrees. The head of research institutions were in 2014 only 13% women.
2013 Monitoring report on the position of women in Czech science
Tenglerová, Hana
The 2013 Monitoring Report shows again that the current situation is far from satisfactory. A number of many important data is not collected at all, or irregularly. The data that is available document that the increase in the number of women among students and graduates is not mirrored in the proportion of women among researchers. This occurs despite the fact that the total population of researchers has been growing in recent years.
2012 Monitoring report on the position of women in Czech science
Tenglerová, Hana
CR has a balanced proportion of men and women who are qualified to work in scientific and technical occupations. The representation of women steadily increase at all levels of university studies. Representation of women in research however reached the lowest level since 2001. Horizontal segregation is increasing: representation of women among researchers shows a downward trend in engineering and business sector. A balanced representation of women and men among researchers have only medical science. Horizontal segregation in the Czech Republic is one of the highest in Europe.
Positon of women in the czech science. Report 2011
Tenglerová, Hana
Monitoring report presents data describing the status of women in Czech research and development. Data covering years 2001 to 2011 show that the presumption that share of women among scientists will grow when there is a steady increase in the proportion of women among students of universities is wrong. The Czech Republic has 50% women among people qualified for the research profession, but there is only 25.1% women among researchers in 2011.

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