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Academic motherhood

Kelly Ward

Academic motherhood

how faculty manage work and family

by Kelly Ward

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social conditions,
  • Working mothers,
  • Women in higher education,
  • Women college teachers,
  • Work and family

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKelly Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel
    ContributionsWolf-Wendel, Lisa
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2332.3 .W37 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25150651M
    ISBN 109780813553849, 9780813553856, 9780813553214
    LC Control Number2011049382

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      The result: We, like most academic mothers we know, feel guilty and inept in all spheres of life. Further, women tend to fulfill the motherhood norm in their academic work. Ward, K., Wolf-Wendel, L. ‘Academic motherhood: managing complex roles in research universities’ Review of Higher Education 27 Google Scholar Weedon, C. Feminist Theory and Poststructuralist Theory Basil Blackwell New York Google ScholarCited by:

    Read "Academic Motherhood in a Post-Second Wave Context Challenges, Strategies, and Possibilities" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Contributors detail what it means to be an academic mother and to think about academic motherhood, while also exploring Brand: Demeter Press. Every year, American universities publish glowing reports stating their commitment to diversity, often showing statistics of female hires as proof of success. Yet, although women make up increasing numbers of graduate students, graduate degree recipients, and even new hires, academic life remains overwhelming a man's world. The reality that the statistics fail to highlight is that the presence.


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The goal of Kelly Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel’s book Academic Motherhood is to counter the folk wisdom within the academy that motherhood is incompatible with life as a successful the authors know from personal experience that balancing academic work and parenthood is possible, their initial review of the literature turned up very few studies supporting this argument.

Book Description: Academic Motherhoodtells the story of over one hundred women who are both professors and mothers and examines how they navigated their professional lives at different career Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel base their findings on a longitudinal study that asks how women faculty on the tenure track manage work and family in their early careers (pre-tenure) when their.

View Academic Motherhood Research Papers on for free. Mama, PhD: Women Write About Motherhood and Academic Life is a book of essays by women with doctorates who are also mothers.

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