Putting the Gender in "Gender Parity": Breaking New Methodological Ground in the Debate over Gender Equality in Forensics
This piece furthers the longstanding tradition of research concerning gender parity in forensics yet departs methodologically by using self-assessed sex roles rather than post-hoc name coding to operationalize the variable o f gender. Supported by theoretical advancements in the study o f gender, the authors propose the use o f the Bern Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) as a more appropriate measurement for the performance o f gender in competitive forensics. The results o f a pilot study using the BSRI as a measure are revealed and implications are discussed concerning the application o f this methodology for future study.
The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta
Furgerson, J., & Rudnick, J.J. (2014). Putting the Gender in "Gender Parity": Breaking New Methodological Ground in the Debate over Gender Equity in Forensics. The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, 99(2), 1-19.
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