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A gendered analysis of employment in higher education of Pakistan paper presented at gender work and organisation (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Khan, M. (2018, June). A gendered analysis of employment in higher education of Pakistan paper presented at gender work and organisation. Paper presented at Gender, Work and Organisation Conference

The number of female academics is increasing gradually in Pakistan (Federal Bureau of Statistics, 2010). The growth in the number of male faculty members, however, was higher than females in colleges and universities since the year 2000, making it a... Read More about A gendered analysis of employment in higher education of Pakistan paper presented at gender work and organisation.

The role of the state in feminisation and quality of employment: A comparison of teaching profession in the UK & Pakistan (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Khan, M. (2017, August). The role of the state in feminisation and quality of employment: A comparison of teaching profession in the UK & Pakistan. Paper presented at 13th European Sociological Association Conference

Teaching is considered one of the ‘female’ occupations in most countries around the world (Anker, 1998; Gaskell & Mullen, 2006). Feminization does pave the way to increase the presence of women in work but it does not imply women’s access to power i... Read More about The role of the state in feminisation and quality of employment: A comparison of teaching profession in the UK & Pakistan.

A gendered analysis of teaching employment in Pakistan (2017)
Thesis
Khan, M. A gendered analysis of teaching employment in Pakistan. (Thesis). University of the West of England

This thesis aims to identify the relationships, structures and actors shaping the gender composition of the teaching workforce in Pakistan, with attention to the societal (or macro) level and through the experiences and interpretations of women and o... Read More about A gendered analysis of teaching employment in Pakistan.