gender

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Latest underemployment and labour force figures underscore gender inequalities and suggest disadvantages are passing to future generations.

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As more and more people use dating apps to find a partner, a trove of data from these users is revealing what men and women really want.

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Commitment to act and the courage to be vulnerable should form the foundation of any leadership model – not just inclusive leadership.

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Immersion in the reality TV series is fascinating for someone who loves popular culture and teaches gender studies, says Dr Zora Simic at UNSW Sydney.

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As part of its aim for 30% female enrolments in engineering by 2020, UNSW is bringing Year 11 and 12 girls to campus for a week of hands-on activities that offer a taste of the booming profession.

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Good men have a responisibility to push back against the toxic aspects of masculinity, writes Darren Saunders.

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The long arm of the Australian law is finally extending to the cybersphere.

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Former Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick and the Deputy Police Commissioner Catherine Burn will be among experts exploring issues around gender and domestic, family and sexual violence in a free public panel discussion on 21 April.

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The media's portrayal of two high-profile bank CEOs – Mike Smith at ANZ and Gail Kelly at Westpac – during the GFC reveals the gender bias inherent in leadership perceptions, a new analysis shows.

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Popular culture remains at the margins of international relations, yet it has much to contribute to the understanding of the power dynamics at play in world affairs, write Laura Shepherd and William Clapton.

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