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Using the same network analysis used to identify criminal organisations, new research examines how men work in the film industry. Shutterstock

Women aren’t the problem in the film industry, men are

Women are underrepresented in the film industry, but it's not their fault. New research analyses the system that ensures male dominance and identifies the 'gender offenders': men who work predominantly with men.
Powerful, supportive academic networks can offer women a buffer against sexism and patriarchy. Shutterstock

Strong networks can dilute sexism in higher education

While gender inequality is a pervasive problem in academia, there is a home in universities for women right now. Here's how to make it a happy one.
Covert sexism is typically wrapped in normal communication or interactions. Shutterstock

Overt or covert, sexism at work causes real harm

It is fairly common for media to report incidents of overt sexism and sexual harassment at work. Colleagues demanding sexual favours and verbal and physical abuse are examples of behaviour that have been…
Women are now established in the workforce, but are still required to conform to expectations of femininity. Shutterstock/Pressmaster

Women face a Catch 22 despite three-decade shift in gender roles

Research on gender roles has shown that individuals consider men to embody more masculine (e.g. assertive, dominant) traits than women, and women to embody more feminine (e.g. gentle, sensitive) traits…

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