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Postdoctoral Researcher in gender inequality in East Asian and Western societies - 3 posts

Applications for this vacancy closed on 31 October 2023 at 12:00PM
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p></p><div>The Department of Sociology are seeking three outstanding quantitative researchers to work on the European Research Council funded project <strong>GENTIME: Temporal Structures of Gender Inequalities in Asian and Western Welfare Regimes (https://www.gentime-project.org/)</strong>, led by Professor Man-Yee Kan (Principal Investigator).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>GenTime is a study of gender inequality in trends and patterns of time use across East Asian and Western societies. The project employs time diary data, time series, and longitudinal survey data. The successful candidates should be able to work on one or more of the following topics: 1) timing and schedules of paid work, unpaid work, and leisure; 2) impacts of technology and flexible-working arrangements on the gender division of labour; 3) gender differences in leisure and rest time; 4) changes in time use over the life course, and 5) the consequences of time use on well-being, satisfaction, fertility, and other family and employment outcomes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>The successful candidates will hold or be close to completion of a PhD in sociology, social policy, demography, economics, or another relevant discipline. Experience in analysing time use data or other large scale survey data, strong quantitative data analysis skills (particularly in sequence analysis and/or panel data analysis), and an interest in conducting comparative research involving East Asian countries are essential. Candidates will be required to show evidence of producing high quality research papers for submitting to peer-reviewed academic journals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These posts are full-time on a fixed-term contract for 24 months in the first instance, with possibilities of extension for a further 6 to 12 months, starting by January 2024 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on 31st October 2023 will be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For informal enquiries about the posts, please email: man-yee.kan@sociology.ox.ac.uk.</div> </div>
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The Department of Sociology are seeking three outstanding quantitative researchers to work on the European Research Council funded project GENTIME: Temporal Structures of Gender Inequalities in Asian and Western Welfare Regimes (https://www.gentime-project.org/), led by Professor Man-Yee Kan (Principal Investigator).

 

GenTime is a study of gender inequality in trends and patterns of time use across East Asian and Western societies. The project employs time diary data, time series, and longitudinal survey data. The successful candidates should be able to work on one or more of the following topics: 1) timing and schedules of paid work, unpaid work, and leisure; ...
The Department of Sociology are seeking three outstanding quantitative
researchers to work on the European Research Council funded project **GENTIME:
Temporal Structures of Gender Inequalities in Asian and Western Welfare
Regimes (https://www.gentime-project.org/)** , led by Professor Man-Yee Kan
(Principal Investigator).





GenTime is a study of gender inequality in trends and patterns of time use
across East Asian and Western societies. The project employs time diary data,
time series, and longitudinal survey data. The successful candidates should be
able to work on one or more of the following topics: 1) timing and schedules
of paid work, unpaid work, and leisure; 2) ...
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Postdoctoral Researcher in gender inequality in East Asian and Western societies - 3 posts
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