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Women in Scholarly Publishing

A Gender Perspective
Routledge (Verlag)
Erschienen am 29. September 2023
292 Seiten
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This book explores the under-researched topic of gender and scholarly publishing.

Brings together experts across Applied Linguistics.

brings to the fore the challenges and opportunities faced by female academics as they participate in the production and dissemination of knowledge.
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20 Tables, black and white; 3 Line drawings, black and white; 11 Halftones, black and white; 14 Illustrations, black and white
978-1-000-93784-8 (9781000937848)
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Anna Kristina Hultgren is Professor of Sociolinguistics and Applied Linguistics and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at The Open University, UK. Her work has been published in the Journal of Sociolinguistics, Language in Society, International Journal of Applied Linguistics, and others. Kristina serves on the editorial boards of Applied Linguistics, Journal of English-Medium Instruction, Journal of English for Research Publication Purposes, Journal of Applied Language Studies, and Routledge Studies in English-Medium Instruction.

Pejman Habibie is Assistant Professor of TESOL at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He is also a founding co-editor of the Journal of English for Research Publication Purposes and the book series Routledge Studies in English for Research Publication Purposes. His research interests and scholarly publications focus on the geopolitics of knowledge construction and circulation, writing for scholarly publication and academic literacies. His work has been published in international journals such as The Annual Review of Applied Linguistics and The Journal of Second Language Writing, among others.
1. Women and the construction and valuing of knowledge in academia Section I: Discourses and Barriers 2. Perceived gender inequities in the scholarly publishing process: before, during and after 3. "Women Serve": Discourses, Identities, and Scholarly Publishing Decisions 4. Academic Texts: Gender, Writing, and the Academy 5. Gender and Academic Publishing on the Semi-Periphery: Stories from Iceland 6. The impact of COVID-19 on scholarly publication practices of Turkish female and male scholars Section II: Context and Variation 7. Beyond Essentialism: Situating Gender and Academic Publishing 8. Gender differences in South African scholarly output, 2005-2016: Variation across scientific domains 9. When the scales of home and the academy collapse: Gender roles and chronotopes in online discussions of scholarly publishing during the Covid-19 lockdown 10. The impact of blurred boundaries on the personal and professional selves of academics: A collaborative autoethnography of challenges faced by Mauritian academics engaged in academic writing during the COVID 19 pandemic 11. Gender, Editorship and Gatekeeping in the Field of Linguistics: An Empirical Study of Academic Handbooks from the 1980s to the 2020s Section III: Agency and Transformation 12. Making the home a site for slow, caring scholarship: Gendered experiences of writing for publication in Covid-19 times and beyond 13. Mapping Contours of Gender and Knowledge Production: Towards Scholarly Writing as Gifts of Knowledge 14. Technofeminist Editorial Mentoring and the Future of Digital Scholarly Publication 15. Women's Work: Scholarship, Voice, and Resistance in the Academic Generation of Knowledge 16. Disrupting structures that disrupt women's writing 17. Interrupting caring with care: Writing retreats for academic caregivers

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