Equality and Diversity Resources

Equality and Diversity Resources


University of Aberdeen Policies

Useful websites and Resources

Current Debate

  • Bohnet, I. 2106 What works: Gender Equality by Design. Harvard University Press: London.
  • Donald, A., Harvey, P.H. & McLean A.R. (2011). "Bridging the gender gap in UK science", Nature International weekly journal of science, vol. 478, pp. 36.
  • Lublin, JS (2016) Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World, Harper Business: London.
  • Slaughter, AM. 2015 Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family. OneWorld publications, London.

Academic Articles

  • Benschop, Y. and van den Brink, M. (2012) Gender practices in the construction of academic excellence: Sheep with five legs. Organization, 19(4): 507-524.
  • Dunn, D., Gerlach, J. M. and Hyle, A. E. (2014) Gender and Leadership: Reflections of Women in Higher Education Administration. International Journal of Leadership and Change, 2(1) Article 2.
  • Mauthner, N. S. and Alkhaled-Studholme, S. (2012) Women and Management in Britain. In: Paludi, M. (ed) Women and Management Worldwide: Global Issues and Promising Solutions. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
  • Mauthner, N. S. and Edwards, R. (2010) Possibilities and practices of feminist research management in higher education in Britain. Gender, Work and Organization, 17(5): 481-502. 
  • Morley, L. (2012) The rules of the game: women and the leaderist turn in higher education. Gender and Education, 25(1): 116-131.
  • Teelken, C. and Deem, R. (2013) All are equal, but some are more equal than others: managerialism and gender equality in higher education in comparative perspective. Comparative Education, 49(4): 520-535.
  • van den Brink, M. and Benschop, Y. (2012) Slaying the Seven-Headed Dragon: The Quest for Gender Change in Academia. Gender, Work and Organization, 19(1): 71–92.
  • Valentova, M. (2016) Generation and the propensity of long career interruptions due to childcare under different family policy regimes: A multilevel approach. International Sociology: 31(6): 701-725.

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