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Queer Up Your Work: Adding Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity to Public and Nonprofit Research

We'll explore in this article how researchers can include the LGBTQIA+ community, why they should care about this group, and how to use appropriate terms and distinctions within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20899/jpna.8.1.145-156


Gender disparities in pediatric research: a descriptive bibliometric study on scientific authorships

Abstract Background The number of women in medicine, particularly in pediatrics, is noticeably increasing. Methods The authorships of 156,642 pediatric original research papers were reviewed with respect to gender inequalities. Female authors received 56. 6% of all authorships in pediatric study, out of a total of 46 percent. Compared to males, women held relatively higher first-authorships and had a higher chance for first- and co-authorships. In 2023, a female-dominated Prestige Index increased female prospects forecasting a female-dominated Prestige Index of 0. 05. Conclusion The integration of women in pediatric research has progressed. Female authors' career paths differ at the national level, but overall, women are lacking in leadership positions. In the coming years, women in pediatric research may be able to pursue careers in pediatric research. Our quantitative report includes gender-based trends in pediatric research, which could have a major effect on female scientists' career choices.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-022-02010-1


Influence of age and gender on salivary flow rate in completely edentulous patients

In the study population, females had significantly lower mean flow rates than males for unstimulated whole saliva in relation to age.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32828/mdj.v10i1.185


Chronic periodontitis chief complaints: gender and age distribution; their correlation with plaque index and probing pocket depth

The average age of 67 years in Baghdad, Afghanistan, was 46. 1, with the most common primary complaints of chronic periodontitis patients. To determine the most common chief complaints of chronic periodontitis patients, their prevalence among males and females, as well as some of periodontal characteristics, consult the College of Dentistry/University of Baghdad seeking treatment,Chief received reports of 1115 chronic periodontitis patients. Patients with persistent periodontitis symptoms were typically between 40 and 60 years old, according to gender.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32828/mdj.v7i1.390


The sluttified sex: Verbal misogyny reflects and reinforces gender order in wireless China

Women participate in female pejoration as much as men do, according to our findings, and that men are more likely than women to use pejorative terms that specifically condemn female liberation than men. We argue that verbal misogyny is part and parcel of a larger gender ideology by illuminating the shared text of the linguistic pejoration of women and the gender structure in postmodern China. This report has implications for research into women's lives in contemporary China, increases the prevalence of gender discrimination, and lay the foundations for feminist activism in contemporary China.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0047404518000386


Gender, Sex, and the Prosecution of Intimate Partner Violence

Prosecutors are charged with defending the government and seeking justice in U. S. criminal justice cases. This chapter discusses theory and analysis regarding prosecutorial decision making in the context of suspected intimate partner abuse, as well as the legal and extrajudicial causes that are relevant to prosecutorial decisions. We explore the complexity of research results, which tend to subtle variations in perception and prosecution of IPV as it pertains to gender and sexual orientation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med-psych/9780197564028.003.0004


Gender Differences in Virtual Community Knowledge Sharing

Hence, it is also important to know how knowledge sharing in various virtual communities is based on participation-motivation. This report examines a model of knowledge sharing based on socioeconomic analysis and sociological cognition theory, based on social capital theory and socioeconomic cognitive theory. The results also show a significant moderating effect of gender difference on knowledge sharing in virtual communities u2013, where participants share a common language and vision.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4018/ijkm.297610

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