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Amanda Blakewood Pascale; Amanda M. Kulp; Lisa Wolf-Wendel – Review of Higher Education, 2024
This study explores an understudied yet critically important role in higher education: the academic department chair. Building on research related to the gendered organization of faculty life and using a national sample of department leaders per the COACHE "Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey" (n = 1,173), we use descriptive discriminant…
Descriptors: Department Heads, Job Satisfaction, Gender Differences, College Faculty
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Stephanie Hughes; Lejla Junuzovic-Zunic; Eman Mostafa; Mary Weidner; R. Sertan Özdemir; Derek E. Daniels; Haley Glover; Aysenur Göksu; Ahmet Konrot; Kenneth O. St Louis – International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2024
Background: Parents play a central role in the treatment of childhood stuttering. Addressing parental attitudes toward stuttering is helpful therapeutically. The extent to which differences in attitudes toward stuttering exist on the basis of sex, geographical region and parental status (e.g., parent of a stuttering child, parent of a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Attitudes, Stuttering, Gender Differences
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Irina Rotnitsky; Shay Ukrop; Roman Yavich; Nitza Davidovitch – European Educational Researcher, 2024
The purpose of this study is to examine gender differences in entrepreneurial competencies and self-efficacy among middle school students in an entrepreneurship program. The study evaluates teamwork, innovation, marketing, feasibility, and impact skills. It also measures entrepreneurial self-efficacy pre-post program. Previous research shows that…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Grade 7, Gender Differences, Entrepreneurship
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Li Ge; Karen Byrd; Michael T. Giang – American Journal of Health Education, 2024
Background: Parental restrictive feeding and pressure to eat have been negatively associated with intuitive eating. However, parental feeding practices that promote intuitive eating are less understood. Purpose: To examine caregiver feeding practices that may promote intuitive eating and the moderating effect of gender. Method: A cross-sectional…
Descriptors: Nutrition, Eating Habits, Parent Influence, Gender Differences
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Li Zhang; Yujia Liu; Youtian Wu – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
As one of the most literary and transdisciplinary cultural practices, speculative design has become one of the best mediums for discussing emerging technologies, the Anthropocene and the ecological crisis. When design history is merely perceived as established knowledge about the past and fails to engage in dialogue with reality or individual…
Descriptors: Historiography, Gender Differences, Comprehension, Creative Thinking
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Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman; Ayushi Khemka; Andy Zhang; Geoffrey Rockwell – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2024
The growing significance of social media in research demands new ethical standards and practices. Although a substantial body of literature on social media ethics exists, studies on the ethics of conducting research using social media are scarce. The emergence of new evidence sources, like social media, requires innovative methods and renewed…
Descriptors: Social Media, Ethics, Research, Research Methodology
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Shone, Enkosa Terefe; Weldemeskel, Fisseha Mikre; Worku, Berhanu Nigussie – Psychology in the Schools, 2024
Deterioration of students' mathematics achievement has been a common problem while their mathematics perception and self-efficacy have been reported to determine their achievement. However, little is known about the potential relationships among them. Therefore, this study attempted to investigate the extent of influence of students' mathematics…
Descriptors: Mathematics Achievement, Self Efficacy, Student Attitudes, Correlation
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Verbree, Anne-Roos; Hornstra, Lisette; Maas, Lientje; Wijngaards-de Meij, Leoniek – Research in Higher Education, 2023
In recent decades, female students have been more successful in higher education than their male counterparts in the United States and other industrialized countries. A promising explanation for this gender gap are differences in personality, particularly higher levels of conscientiousness among women. Using Structural Equation Modeling on data…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Gender Differences, Foreign Countries, College Students
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Fernando Antonio Ignacio González; Juan Antonio Dip – Education Economics, 2024
The distance between the birth date and the school entry cutoff has been repeatedly used as an exogenous instrument to examine the impact of several educational programmes. In this work, we analyse the validity of this instrument for the case of Argentina. Considering multiple waves of the Permanent Household Survey we detect the existence of…
Descriptors: School Entrance Age, Foreign Countries, Birth, Age Differences
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Sofía M. Martínez-Sánchez; Laura M. Martínez-Sánchez; Concha Martínez-García – Health Education Journal, 2024
Objective: Research suggests that women experience more barriers to physical exercise than men do. Advocating for increased physical exercise is a primary responsibility of professionals who have specialised in the field of physical activity and sports sciences. This study aimed to examine differences in barriers to the practise of physical…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Barriers, Exercise, Physical Education
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Emil Smith; David Reimer – Child Development, 2024
This study examined gender differences in reading behavior of 2652 Danish 5th-grade students (age 10-12 years, girls 51%, 14% immigrant background) observed for 218 days in 2019/2020, using data from a popular reading app. Reading behavior was operationalized as time spent reading. Analyses of timing of reading behavior and models of day-to-day…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Grade 5, Reading Habits
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Lili Yang; Yusuf Ikbal Oldac; Jacob Oppong Nkansah – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Global science is more networked and connected than ever before. The rise of research collaborations occurs not only in the established Euro-American science systems that hold 'central' nodes in the globally networked science, but also in other parts of the world as science systems pluralise and multipolarise. Yet, research collaborations between…
Descriptors: Research Universities, International Cooperation, Researchers, Foreign Countries
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S. Ananthram; S. Bawa; D. Bennett; C. Gill – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Gender equity is an area of concern within STEM, where women are underrepresented in education and career roles. Increasing the representation of women in STEM and removing negative gender stereotypes are necessary actions, both of which can be fostered during formal education through employability initiatives and in the workplace. This study…
Descriptors: Career Readiness, STEM Education, Gender Differences, College Science
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Mahmut Sami Ozturk; Mine Ulku Ozturk – International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology, 2024
Faculties of Fine Arts in Turkey train artists and designers by using the universal language of art, taking into account scientific, artistic and cultural developments, developing students' creativity and productivity. In addition to the problems encountered by fine arts students and artists, who have creative personality elements, during the…
Descriptors: Creativity, Personality Traits, Fine Arts, Foreign Countries
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Hyeon Jean Yoo; David T. Marshall – Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 2024
Graduate student parents are a unique subpopulation in higher education that accounts for a large proportion of graduate students. While student parents struggle to balance multiple roles, female students in STEM fields may face more significant barriers in balancing family and academic responsibilities compared to male graduate student parents or…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Parents, Gender Differences, Student Motivation
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