Tag: Representation of Women

AMP 2016 gender data

From Claire Moore-Cantwell Below are some graphs of gender data collected at AMP 2016, by Jesse Zymet and Eric Bakovic. Note that unlike previous reports of this type, participants are broken down by gender, but also by whether they are

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Gender data from NAPhC question periods

From Eric Bakovic Following the lead of others reported here on Phonolist, I gathered questioner gender data at NAPhC 9 held earlier this month. Stephanie Shih was generous enough to generate the color-coded report based on the data that you

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The representation of women in phonological discussion: Data from SCAMP 2016

From Stephanie Shih  Here is the gender report from the recent meeting of California phonologists in SoCal (SCAMP), run by Eric Bakovic at UCSD, 8-9 April 2016. I’m posting it here in order to foster continuing discussion on the representation

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Gathering data on gender distribution

From Kristen Syrett (kristen.syrett@rutgers.edu) Dear all, I’m writing to you, because I believe we are all like-minded in wanting to gather data on gender distribution and the representation of women in the field of Linguistics, and use these data to

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The representation of women in phonological discussion

From Joe Pater. My impression is that women are relatively well-represented in phonology, maybe more so than in other sub-disciplines of linguistics. A little piece of encouraging data on this comes from the 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology, in which

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