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Researcher: Moore, R (Ms Robyn Moore)

Fields of Research

Race and Ethnic Relations
Gender Specific Studies
Social Change
Sociological Methodology and Research Methods
Organisational Behaviour

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Cultural Understanding
Social Class and Inequalities

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Death by a thousand cuts': women of colour in science face a subtly hostile work environment
'I was completely oblivious to gender': an exploration of how women in STEMM navigate leadership in a neoliberal, post feminist context; Journal of Gender Studies
An evaluation of a leadership development programme for women in STEMM in Antarctica; The Polar Journal
Are Leadership Styles in STEMM Gendered?
Difficult conversations: race, class and gender in White Australia; Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class and Gender
Exploring research relationships and other ethical challenges of participatory visual research in remote environments; Journal of Sociology
Exploring the methodological challenges of using participant-produced digital video diaries in Antarctica; Sociological Research Online
Resolving the tensions between white people's active investment in racial inequality and white ignorance: A response to Marzia Milazzo; Journal of Applied Philosophy
Walking into a headwind: The barriers women face trying to build science careers
What style of leadership do women in STEM fields perform? Findings from an international survey; PLoS One
Whitewashing the gap: the discursive practices of whiteness; International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies
‘Walking into a headwind’ – what it feels like for women building science careers
‘Walking into a headwind’: What it feels like for women building science careers
‘When I look in the bathroom mirror, I see all the women standing behind me’: An evaluation of a leadership development program for women in STEMM; Journal of Sociology

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision