Month: June 2017

Gender bias in teaching evaluations

Posted on 24 June 2017 by Anne Harrington

Here’s a nice list of references documenting the finding that teaching evaluations reflect significant gender bias: Boring, A., Ottoboni, K., & Stark, P.B. (2016, January 7). Student evaluations of teaching (mostly) do not measure teaching effectiveness. ScienceOpen Research. Uttl, B., White, C.A., & Gonzalez, D.W. (2017, September). Meta-analysis of faculty’s teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of
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Attitudes to gender equality explain more than gender difference

Posted on 8 June 2017 by Anne Harrington

Recent findings on gender and foreign policy from Elin Bjarnegård and Erik Melander: “The analyses clearly demonstrate that gender is, indeed, important for understanding patterns of hostile attitudes, but that instead of focusing on differences between men and women, the explanatory value rather lies in the differences in attitudes to gender equality.” Sources: Bjarnegård, E. and Melander, E.
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