O fenômeno abelha-rainha: Quais as particularidades na universidade?

Autores

Palavras-chave:

Relações de Gênero, Mulheres, Universidade, Profissão

Resumo

O objetivo desta pesquisa é explorar a ocorrência das características do fenômeno abelha-rainha em uma universidade francesa, observando, em particular, se esse efeito se manifesta de diferentes formas entre docentes-pesquisadores(as) e não docentes de diferentes categorias estatutárias. Vinte e duas entrevistas semidiretivas, realizadas com funcionários e funcionárias, destacam a prevalência de traços característicos da abelha-rainha entre docentes-pesquisadoras de status elevado, muito mais do que entre mulheres não docentes. Os resultados deste estudo exploratório são discutidos no contexto de discriminação baseada em gênero, suscetível de afetar as carreiras das mulheres na universidade.

Biografia do Autor

Rebeca da Rocha Grangeiro, Universidade Federal do Cariri

Mestrado e Doutorado em Psicologia Organizacional e do Trabalho pela Universidade Federal da Bahia. Professora da Universidade Federal do Cariri (UFCA), no Centro de Ciências Sociais Aplicadas.

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Publicado

28-05-2021

Edição

Seção

Educação Superior, Profissões, Trabalho