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Same-gender citations do not indicate a substantial gender homophily bias

However, the observed gender homophily bias may be exaggerated by neglecting important aspects such as the gender balance of research topics in which scientists specialize. When investigating gender bias in science, our research shows that controlling structural aspects, such as gendered specialization in research fields, is critical.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/2444801be83c421fb6093a94047ed044


Exploring climate change on Twitter using seven aspects: Stance, sentiment, aggressiveness, temperature, gender, topics, and disasters

How can climate change deniers differ from believers?

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/55b5db83f6054ba7ba0e7c3cf1fb0ec0


Gender and the city: correlations between the Gangnam District in Seoul and the tropes of Korean Women from 1970 to 2020

The tropes of Korean women illustrated by television and the evolution of urban environments influenced by women were investigated, focusing on Seoul's Gangnam District from the 1970s to the 1990s, emphasizing on the 1970s to the 1990s. This paper concludes by looking at how contemporary Korean women are struggling against the temptation of their social position to gain real women's rights and space for women.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/13467581.2022.2085722


Strengthening effectiveness evaluations through gender integration to improve programs for women, newborn, child, and adolescent health

Gender inequity remains one of the most risky factors for women's access to healthcare for these services. Increasing women's access to and use of health services is expected to increase women's access to and use of health services. Designing RMNCAH services to be gender responsive through active participation and removal of gender-based barriers is still essential to increasing women's access to and use of health services by increasing women's access to and use of health services. We explore the main steps used to implement a gender lens and analytical strategy in the Real Accountability: Results evaluation framework, based on a prior framework for comprehensive gender research in RMNCAH. Our paper includes practical activities and resources that evaluators could use to incorporate gender into their evaluation methods.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/16549716.2021.2006420


Gender differences in medical errors among older patients and inequalities in medical compensation compared with younger adults

Background: Despite increasing evidence focusing on health inequalities in older adults, inequalities in medical care, younger adults, and medical error in older patients have all been dismissed. We compared the medical compensation between older and younger groups, medical mistakes, and specialties among elderly patients, among other areas of divergent specialties. Male older patients in general surgery and emergency had a 4% higher mortality rate than that of females. The prevalence of ineffective implementation of consent obligations among male older patients was 4. 8 percent higher than that of females. According to the prevalence of medical mistakes, younger patients received 41. 4 percent more than that of older patients. ConclusionsExcept for the common medical errors and departments involved, additional care should be paid to older patients of various genders.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.883822


Biomarkers to assess the risk of bladder cancer in patients presenting with haematuria are gender-specific

IncludingHaematuria is a common red flag symptom of urinary tract cancer. Bladder cancer is the most common cancer to cause haematuria. Women with haematuria are often underdiagnosed. paraphrasedoutput:Methys and Methods A total of 67 patients with haematuria were recruited from Northern Ireland hospitals using an expanded panel of biomarkers to diagnose BC and investigate if the algorithms are gender specific. Conclusion The algorithms can be used to triage haematuria patients using gender-specific biomarker algorithms in conjunction with medical risks that are associated with BC can help physicians better identify haematuria patients and minimize underdiagnosis in females. For the first time, we show that blood and urine biomarkers are gender-specific when determining the risk of BC in patients with blood in their urine.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fonc.2022.1009014


Gender Gap, Gender Trap: Negotiations of Intersectionality and Patriarchy amongst Women Elites in Nepal

Since 2016, Nepal has seen a woman president, a woman chief justice, and a female speaker of parliament. Women politicians now come from a diverse range of backgrounds expressing Nepal's ethnic, cultural, regional, and educational diversity. Implementing a quota of 33 percent women in politics, women lawmakers now come from a diverse range of backgrounds, demonstrating Nepal's ethnic, socioeconomic, regional, and educational diversity. This report uses the recruitment of 197 female candidates into Nepal's constituent assembly in 2008 as a baseline to investigate the emergence of u201cpatriarchy and its effect on Nepal's heterogeneous group of women politicians in high office.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.11588/iqas.2017.1-2.4075


Gender and the Urban Commons in India: An Overview of Scientific Literature and the Relevance of a Feminist Political Ecology Perspective

While increasing numbers of people migrate to cities, sociological studies have primarily concentrated on urban issues, of which the urban commons is a topic of emerging research. This paper gives an overview of the literature on the urban commons in India, emphasizing the value of a feminist political ecology viewpoint to sharpen its critical edge. It examines the urban commons in India after analyzing the data on the urban commons and the gender and environment debate that emerged in the 1980s.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.11588/iqas.2020.1-2.11028


Gender differential in chronic diseases among older adults in India: Does living arrangement has a role to play?

This report examined the prevalence and related causes of four common chronic diseases among older adults in India's older adults, with a focus on living arrangements and gender. Conclusions: Prevalence rates of chronic heart disease, chronic lung disease, and diabetes among the male older adults were higher among the male older adults than among the female older adults. In comparison, the prevalence of hypertension among female older adults was greater among the female older adults than in male older adults. Diabetes was lower among the older adults living with spouse and/or others [Odds Ratio=0. 54, 95%] and those living with spouse and children than those living alone. Females were less likely to experience persistent lung diseases and chronic heart disease than in males than in males.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ahr.2022.100106

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