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Barriers to Full Participation in the Open Science Life Cycle among Early Career Researchers

Natasha J. Gownaris, Koen Vermeir, Martin-Immanuel Bittner, Lasith Gunawardena, Sandeep Kaur-Ghumaan, Robert Lepenies, Godswill Ntsomboh Ntsefong, Ibrahim Sidi Zakari
2022 Data Science Journal  
Early career researchers (ECRs) will play a key role in transitioning the scientific community to more widespread use of OS from pre-registration to publication, but they also face unique challenges in  ...  We break the OS life cycle into four stages-study design and tracking (pre-registration, open processes), data collection (citizen science, open hardware, open software, open data), publication (open access  ...  We would like to thank the GYA Office staff for their review of the draft of this article and the 32 survey respondents, GYA Global Working Group, and NYA/GYA Global Working Group on Open Science for their  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2022-002 fatcat:qebxmoao2vfa3kzlsa76bktqci

Detecting Major Misconceptions About Employment In Ict: A Study Of The Myths About Ict Work Among Females

Eneli Kindsiko, Kulno Türk
2016 Zenodo  
The study focuses on the three phases in one's career life cycle: pre-university, university and workplace with the aim of investigating how to attract more females into an ICT-related career.  ...  Countries could make a remarkable leap in efficiency, when turning their attention to the gender-related issues in the labour market structure.  ...  Internal Barriers (Barriers Specific to Females) Lost opportunities in making friendship with the ICT field from the early ages will have a remarkable effect on attitudes and career decisions in the later  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1128244 fatcat:jbispqtp3vhynjskcs7fwvvfyi

High-skilled female immigrants: career strategies and experiences

Saba Colakoglu, Dilek G. Yunlu, Gamze Arman
2018 Journal of Global Mobility:The Home of Expatriate Management Research  
To explore this topic, we performed in-depth interviews with 14 Turkish female immigrants in the U.S. who have successfully rebuilt their careers from scratch upon migration.  ...  The motivation for this study is to uncover career-related issues that high-skilled female immigrants face and their strategies for rebuilding their careers upon migration to a new land.  ...  careers will actively set the learning cycle in motion.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jgm-10-2017-0039 fatcat:f6xqj7dt25avzmmr6rki6b442e

Climate for women in climate science: Women scientists and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Miriam Gay-Antaki, Diana Liverman
2018 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
This paper documents barriers to participation and identifies opportunities to diversify climate science. climate science | women in science | IPCC | climate change | intersectionality  ...  In this paper, we analyze the asyet-unexamined issue of gender and IPCC authorship, looking at changes in gender balance over time and analyzing women's views about their experience and barriers to full  ...  Significance Women in science face barriers to professional advancement.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1710271115 pmid:29440422 pmcid:PMC5834669 fatcat:qzzbd5p7rrchzbvhcmas2sh24y

Evolution of a programme to engage school students with health research and science in Kenya

Alun Davies, Nancy Mwangome, Betty Yeri, Grace Mwango, Noni Mumba, Vicki Marsh, Dorcas Kamuya, Sassy Molyneux, Samson Kinyanjui, Caroline Jones
2019 Wellcome Open Research  
School engagement activities at KWTRP aim at strengthening the ethical practice of the institution in two ways: through promoting an interest in science and research among school students as a form of  ...  Facilitating mutually-beneficial educational activities between researchers and school students is an increasingly popular way for research institutes to engage with communities who host health research  ...  Lastly, the authors would like to thank the Director of Kenya Medical Research Institute for granting permission to publish this work.  ... 
doi:10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15106.1 pmid:30906884 pmcid:PMC6419976 fatcat:lntmol5sxzeftbl63irer4xeg4

Building a Diverse Workforce and Thinkforce to Reduce Health Disparities

Richard Yanagihara, Marla J. Berry, Monica J. Carson, Sandra P. Chang, Heather Corliss, Marc B. Cox, Georges Haddad, Christine Hohmann, Scott T. Kelley, Eun Sook Yu Lee, Bruce G. Link, Richard J. Noel (+10 others)
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) Program was congressionally mandated in 1985 to build research capacity at institutions that currently and historically recruit, train, and award doctorate  ...  degrees in the health professions and health-related sciences, primarily to individuals from underrepresented and minority populations.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18041569 pmid:33562262 fatcat:dnmwxaswcjcq5ejegza6lkrhji

Pathways to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Marine Science and Conservation

Shaili Johri, Maria Carnevale, Lindsay Porter, Anna Zivian, Melina Kourantidou, Erin L. Meyer, Jessica Seevers, Rachel A. Skubel
2021 Frontiers in Marine Science  
These barriers disproportionately affect entry of early career scientists and practitioners and limit the success of marine conservation professionals from under-represented, marginalized, and overburdened  ...  In the current policy brief, we explore these barriers, assess how they limit progress in marine conservation research and practice, and seek to identify initiatives for improvements.  ...  Given the importance of networks in career success (e.g., Suedkamp Wells et al., 2005) , linking students and early career researchers and professionals to mentors who actively open up opportunities for  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2021.696180 fatcat:34kwya5pzzdejbtqpoxgkyrcqi

Early careers on ecohydraulics: challenges, opportunities and future directions

Martin A Wilkes, Andrew J. Neverman, Roser Casas-Mulet, Ana Adeva-Bustos, Alexander H McCluskey, Valerie Ouellet, Davide Vanzo, Paul A Franklin, Ana T Silva
2016 Journal of Ecohydraulics  
In 2014 the Early Careers on Ecohydraulics Network (ECoENet) was created in order to help the development of young researchers working in this field.  ...  Early career researchers (ECRs) play a critical role in our increasingly knowledgebased society, yet they are the most vulnerable group in the scientific community.  ...  ecohydraulics identified by early career workshop participants.  ... 
doi:10.1080/24705357.2016.1249423 fatcat:h36lh23ruzdnzjsad5o3weduo4

Open Science in Practice: Researcher Perspectives and Participation

Angus Whyte, Graham Pryor
2011 International Journal of Digital Curation  
We review the policy background to open science, and literature on the benefits attributed to open data, considering how these relate to curation and to questions of who participates in science.  ...  The case studies investigate the perceived benefits to researchers, research institutions and funding bodies of utilising open scientific methods, the disincentives and barriers, and the degree to which  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to express their great appreciation to all the researchers who gave their valuable time to participate in the interviews.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v6i1.182 fatcat:bmdugla3mjcsxirkalpun2pavu

Open Science in Kenya: Where Are We?

Kennedy W. Mwangi, Nyabuti Mainye, Daniel O. Ouso, Kevin Esoh, Angela W. Muraya, Charles K. Mwangi, Careen Naitore, Pauline Karega, Gilbert Kibet-Rono, Sebastian Musundi, Jennifer Mutisya, Elizabeth Mwangi (+4 others)
2021 Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics  
This has resulted in a concerted global interest in open science uptake. Even so, barriers still exist.  ...  The formal training curriculum in most, if not all, universities in Kenya does not equip students with the knowledge and tools to subsequently practice open science in their research.  ...  Schönbrodt demonstrates that when early career researchers are trained on open science practices, they utilize and propagate them onwards in their career paths (Schönbrodt, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/frma.2021.669675 pmid:34056516 pmcid:PMC8155710 fatcat:y6yk5tjn3nernoaiwfg7mjpiju

Ecology Postdocs in Academia: Primary Concerns and Possible Solutions

Allison K. Shaw, Daniel E. Stanton, Sarah R. Supp, Amber Budden, Stephanie Eby, Pamela L. Reynolds, Roberto Salguero-Gómez, Daniel R. Scholes, Naupaka B. Zimmerman
2015 Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America  
The mission of this section is to provide support to early-career ecologists in transitional periods of their professional development, with a focus on individuals with less than eight years of full-time  ...  Introduction The postdoctoral research phase is intended to allow researchers to further develop and strengthen skills needed to succeed in an academic career (NAS et al. 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1890/0012-9623-96.1.140 fatcat:oyuivuzotrhp3cfhy6m3ieojhq

Opportunities and challenges in secondary education for blind/vision-impaired people in the Republic of Ireland

Patricia McCarthy, Michael Shevlin
2017 Disability & Society  
In terms of policy development and practice, it is paramount to ensure both effective curriculum participation and transition opportunities are enabled rather than disabled for these students.  ...  In the research upon which this article is based, the educational experiences of blind/vision-impaired people, the factors that impacted on these experiences and how these facilitated or inhibited their  ...  There were mixed opinions among participants regarding the availability and practical usefulness of the formal career guidance and advice participants received when it came to making post-compulsory education  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687599.2017.1337564 fatcat:fbgczk2sefclvnnotjp5j4oi7u

Library publishing and diversity values: Changing scholarly publishing through policy and scholarly communication education

Charlotte Roh
2016 College & research libraries news  
is a peer-reviewed resource, and what the role of peer review is in the life cycle of scholarship.  ...  We know already that privilege can bias access to material, which is part of why the open access movement exists, to alleviate the barriers that cost can create for researchers.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.77.2.9446 fatcat:owwedmmdqfdkdhxxt3q7les3gu

Gender Disparities in Faculty Rank: Factors that Affect Advancement of Women Scientists at Academic Medical Centers

Cristina López, Cara Margherio, Latecia Abraham-Hilaire, Carol Feghali-Bostwick
2018 Social Sciences  
This study highlights the findings from focus groups conducted with women faculty across Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor ranks (n = 35) in which they discussed barriers and facilitators for advancement  ...  To truly advance women in science, one must understand the factors impacting the promotion and tenure process for women as scientist faculty in medical academic centers.  ...  and barriers to research" (Waljee et al. 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci7040062 fatcat:umdebhl6wrfr5ivlfu6pa76wb4

Academic Employment and Gender: A Turkish Challenge to Vertical Sex Segregation

Geraldine Healy, Mustafa Özbilgin, Hanife Aliefendioğlu
2005 European journal of industrial relations  
in the Middle East, Arabsheibani (1990) and Toren and Kraus (1987) ; in Australia, Shoemark (1996) and Burton (1996) ; and in North America, Konrad and Pfeffer (1991) .  ...  1 See, for example, in the United Kingdom, Bett (1999) , Ledwith and Manfredi (2000) , Farish et al. (1995) , and Heward and Taylor (1992) ; in Europe more generally, David and Woodward (1998) ;  ...  As Esping-Andersen (2002: 124) argues, neither social nor labour market policies alone will produce such equality; he identifies the 'admittedly weak feminization of the male life cycle' as a barrier  ... 
doi:10.1177/0959680105053966 fatcat:czpkw2ehzje4hmfmpd2n46cgl4
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