When a woman asks the first question after a seminar, it's less likely that men will ask a disproportionate number of the questions (relative to their share of the audience). via
It’s really easy to stop men asking all the questions in seminars. New research shows, just make sure 1st Q comes from a woman and gender bias disappears. Today's bonus post
Men 2.5x more likely to ask questions at seminars—unless a woman asks the first question… then it levels. Actionable info for moderators! Via
With 2000 Retweets, yesterday's tweet on new research showing importance of calling on women first at Q&A in seminars is now the most RT'd of any of my 20k tweets. Background now on the blog
On men dominating Q&As in academia: "We would recommend that, should the opportunity arise, a female-first question be prioritised because this was a good predictor of low imbalance in the questions asked in our observational data."
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy! by
Came across this blog & research re questions in seminars asked by men vs women. It makes a rather compelling case. For those interested in gender balance, have a look How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy! via
How to support women during seminars. (Reminder. Tell your friends!)
Advice for now: How to stop men asking all the questions. #democracydialogues
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy! by
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy! via
Food for thought! How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars - it's really easy! via From Poverty to Power blog
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy!
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars: it’s really easy! via
How to stop men asking all the questions in seminars – it’s really easy!
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