Publications

Theorising Gender-Based Violence Policies: A 7P Framework

Mergaert, Lut, Marcela Linková, and Sofia Strid. (2023). Theorising Gender-Based Violence Policies: A 7P Framework. Social Sciences 12, no. 7: 385. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci12070385 

International Comparative Research on Forms of Gender-Based Violence in Science Organizations [German]

Lipinsky, A., Schredl, C. (2023). International vergleichende Forschung über Formen geschlechtsbezogener Gewalt in Wissenschaftsorganisationen. In: Pantelmann, H., Blackmore, S. (eds) Sexualisierte Belästigung, Diskriminierung und Gewalt im Hochschulkontext. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-40467-3_4

What Makes Academia (Un)Safe: Experiences, Observations and Consequences of Gender-Based Violence in Different Stages of Individual Researchers’ Career.

Pilinkaite Sotirovic, V., Blazyte, G. (2024). What Makes Academia (Un)Safe: Experiences, Observations and Consequences of Gender-Based Violence in Different Stages of Individual Researchers’ Career. Gender-Based Violence and the Law. doi: 10.4324/9781003391937-14  

The role of intersectionality and context in measuring gender-based violence in universities and research performing organisations in Europe for the development of inclusive structural interventions.

Humbert, A. L., Strid, S., Tanwar, J., Lipinsky, A., & Schredl, C. (2024, forthcoming). The role of intersectionality and context in measuring gender-based violence in universities and research performing organisations in Europe for the development of inclusive structural interventions. Violence Against Women 

Methodological Insights into Multilevel Analysis of Individual Heterogeneity and Discriminatory Accuracy (MAIHDA): An Empirical Examination of the effects of Strata Configurations on Between-Stratum Variance and of Fixed Effects Across Hierarchical Levels.

Humbert, A. L. (2024, forthcoming). Methodological Insights into Multilevel Analysis of Individual Heterogeneity and Discriminatory Accuracy (MAIHDA): An Empirical Examination of the effects of Strata Configurations on Between-Stratum Variance and of Fixed Effects Across Hierarchical Levels. PLOS One