The practice and perceptions of RRI—A gender perspective

Bührer, Susanne and Wroblewski, Angela ORCID: (2019) The practice and perceptions of RRI—A gender perspective. Evaluation and Program Planning, 77.

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Little is known to date about the practice and perceptions of RRI among researchers in Europe as well as the integration of the gender dimension into everyday RRI practices. This lack was addressed by two large-scale surveys that were launched in the course of the EU-funded MoRRI project (Monitoring the evolution and benefits of RRI, Contract number RTD-B6-PP-00964-2013, Duration 09/2013–03/2018). The analysis shows that the institutional environment positively influences the degree of RRI activities and the general attitudes towards more responsible research and innovation: researchers working in an institutional environment that systematically supports the practice of RRI are more active in RRI practices than researchers who do not rely on such structures. For the gender equality dimension, this means that institutions with a gender equality plan (GEP) in place are more inclined to support female researchers than institutions without such institutional incentives. Furthermore, researchers with experiences in EU-funded projects are more likely to be engaged in RRI activities. Even if female researchers have a stronger inclination to engage with society than their male counterparts, gender competence proves to be the relevant distinguishing criterion. Gender competent researchers are more often involved in other RRI activities.

Item Type: Article in Academic Journal
Additional Information (public): Article 101717
Keywords: Responsible research and innovation; Gender equality; Gender competence; Governance; European research and innovation policy;
Research Units: Higher Education Research
Status: Published
Date Deposited: 01 Oct 2019 07:38
Last Modified: 01 Oct 2019 07:38
Identification Number or DOI: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2019.101717
ISSN: 0149-7189

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