Degrees of Difference: Gender Segregation of U.S. Doctorates by Field and Program Prestige

Women earn nearly half of doctoral degrees in research fields, yet doctoral education in the United States remains deeply segregated by gender. We argue that in addition to the oft-noted segregation of men and women by field of study, men and women may also be segregated across programs that differ...

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Volume: 4
Main Author: Weeden, Kim A
Thebaud, Sarah
Gelbgiser, Dafna
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: STANFORD SOC SOCIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 06.02.2017
Society for Sociological Science
published in: Sociological science Vol. 4; no. 6; pp. 123 - 150
Data of publication: 2017-02-06
ISSN: 2330-6696
2330-6696
EISSN: 2330-6696
Discipline: Sociology & Social History
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