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2018, vol. 20, br. 1, str. 3-15
Vertikalna segregacija u visokom obrazovanju - studija slučaja Republike Srbije
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Ekonomski fakultet

e-adresaslavica@ekof.bg.ac.rs
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Uloga države u novom modelu rasta privrede Srbije (MPNTR - 179065)

Ključne reči: rodna ravnopravnost; rodna segregacija; vertikalna segregacija; horizontalna segregacija; visoko obrazovanje; Republika Srbija
Sažetak
Hijerarhija rodnih uloga u visokom obrazovanju u Republici Srbiji je značajna tema po više osnova: kao specifično pitanje u okviru šireg problema rodne ravnopravnosti, koji je poslednjih godina postao prioritetno područje strukturnih reformi na ovim prostorima; kao zaseban segment rodne segregacije, neopravdano prenebregavan kao istraživačko pitanje domaće akademske javnosti; kao segment koji oslikava razmere rodne nejednakosti, ali upravo onaj koji kako nacionalne, tako ni evropske statistike ne nude potpunije podatke. Navedeni razlozi, pojedinačno i sveukupno, predstavljaju osnovnu motivaciju za pisanje ovog rada. Da bismo ustanovili da li položaj žena u nauci varira prema njihovoj poziciji na karijernoj lestvici, proučićemo stanje u sistemu visokog obrazovanja u Republici Srbiji. U analizi se koriste metodološki postupci deskriptivne statistike, kako bi, na osnovu mikropodataka Ministarstva prosvete, nauke i tehnološkog razvoja, izračunali sledeće relativne pokazatelje: strukturu nastavnog kadra po polu i zvanjima u različitim naučnim oblastima; i indeks staklenog plafona. Smatramo da bi takav, relativno precizan, uvid u razmere vertikalne segregacije mogao biti od koristi pri koncipiranju budućih inicijativa usmerenih na sistemsko uvođenje rodne perspektive u donošenje, sprovođenje i praćenje javnih politika.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonhor1801003M
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