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Reflections of black women faculty in South African universities

Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng

Abstract:
The primary goal of this article is to illuminate the workplace experiences of junior-rank (Lecturer and Lecturer A) female faculty in South African institutions of higher education. Given that women have historically been underrepresented in the higher education sector--and continue to be--it is important to gain insights about their experiences and to inform the process of creating institutional environments that are supportive to their professional pursuits.

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Document Title: Reflections of black women faculty in South African universities
Journal: The Review of Higher Education
Volume: 25
Issue: 2
No. of Pages: 185-205


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Staff
Country:South Africa
Keywords:South African Universities, Faculty, Women in Higher Education, Gender Bias, Female Employees, Gender Inequality, Race, Institutional Culture, Data, Ethnic Prejudice, Professional Qualifications


Date Added:10 April 2007


Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng (2002). Reflections of black women faculty in South African universities, The Review of Higher Education 25(2): 185-205