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You're Not Able to Breathe: Conceptualizing the Intersectionality of Early Career, Gender and Crisis Published:2015-11-09 16:44:07  Views:10
Authors: Misiaszek,LI (Misiaszek, Lauren Ila)
Name of Journal: TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Vol. 20, No. 1, 64-77, Published on JAN 2, 2015
 
Abstract:
Drawing on data from nine focus groups in four countries, I argue for the need to develop a research agenda around the intersectionality of early career, gender and crisis. I first give a brief explanation of the background, methodology and limitations of the study. Second, I lay out some key conceptualizations and their own limitations and then trace some important theoretical intersections that will frame the discussion. Third, to bring this intersectionality to life, I employ participant examples from the focus groups. In the first section of the analysis of the participant responses, I examine how crisis affects the identities of early-career academics. In the second section of the analysis, I connect these questions of identities with early-career academics' relationship with higher education (HE) pedagogies, most likely well known by the reader as a marginalized aspect of academics' work in HE institutions. Finally, I conclude with some responses to these dilemmas.
 
Key Words:
crisis; pedagogy; early career; identity; gender
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