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Dr. Marita Haas

Contact:
+43  1 58801 33072
marita.haas@tuwien.ac.at
Theresianumgasse 27
1040 Wien

 

Main Project: Female Biography Analysis: Identity Constructions in Male-dominated vs. Female-dominated Professions. (2013-2017 funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, Project N. T556-G17)

Research Interests: Gender & Organization, Professional Identity, Female Biographies & Life Stories

Curriculum Vitae (E)

Current Papers & Research Projects:

Can we ever not do gender? (West & Zimmerman, 1987) - My research is driven from critical thinking and a de-constructive approach. When I look at my qualitative data (such as interviews, daily interaction processes, observations..) I ask myself – what does this situation/this imply? How could I view it from another point of view? Gender is one of the main drivers in my research as it organizes social relations: Shared stereotypes and related role-expectations coordinate our behavior.

 Recent Presentations & Talks:

  • Fem'Circle: Sexismus Coping Techniques & Strategies: Der Workshop für den Arbeitsalltag, Wissenstransfer (WTZ) Ost, 14th June 2017, University of Applied Arts Vienna

  • Arbeitsplatz Wissenschaft: Ein Risikoberuf und seine Nebenwirkungen auf das Familienleben (Workplace "Science": a risky profession and its side effects on family life), Austrian Institute for Family Studies, November, 3rd 2016 @Juridicum, University of Vienna

  • Do (not) publish with your former supervisor! The ambivalent construction of independence in a scientific career. STS conference “Sociotechnical Environments”, November 24-26, 2016, Universita di Trento. (peer reviewed)

  • How Biographical Research adds to Organizational Theory.9th Biennal International Interdisciplinary Conference Keele University, England, 29th of June – 1st of July 2016 (peer reviewed)

  • The neglected body of the female scientist. 15th Annual Conference on Critical Issues in Science, Technology, and Society Studies Graz, 9-10th of May, 2016 (peer reviewed)

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Current Teaching:

My seminars are based on the idea that research is an iterative process of data collection, analysis and reflection. While teaching, I adopt an interactive approach, encouraging all the students to actively and critically participate in discussions and presentations. Open communication, allowing pitfalls, misunderstandings and devious routes serve as a basis for joint development of ideas and learning

  • SS 2017: University of Vienna: Gender at Work/in Educational Institutions

  • WS 2016: University of Goettingen: Qualitative Interviews as Survey Instruments

  • WS 2016: University of Vienna: Gender at Work/in Educational Institutions

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