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Navigating Open Science as Early Career Feminist Researchers.

Pownall, M., Talbot, C. V., Henschel, A., Lautarescu, A., Lloyd, K.E., Hartmann, H., Darda, K.M., Tang, K.T.Y., Carmichael-Murphy, P. and Siegal, J., 2021. Navigating Open Science as Early Career Feminist Researchers. Psychology of Women Quarterly. (In Press)

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DOI: 10.1177/03616843211029255

Abstract

Open science aims to improve the rigor, robustness, and reproducibility of psychological research. Despite resistance from some academics, the open science movement has been championed by some early career researchers, who have proposed innovative new tools and methods to promote and employ open research principles. Feminist early career researchers have much to contribute to this emerging way of doing research. However, they face unique barriers, which may prohibit their full engagement with the open science movement. We, ten feminist early career researchers in psychology, from a diverse range of academic and personal backgrounds, explore open science through a feminist lens, to consider how voice and power may be negotiated in unique ways for early career researchers. Taking a critical and intersectional approach, we discuss how feminist early career research may be complemented or challenged by shifts towards open science. We also propose how early career researchers can act as grassroots changemakers within the context of academic precarity. We identify ways in which open science can benefit from feminist epistemology and end with envisaging a future for feminist early career researchers who wish to engage with open science practices in their own research.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:0361-6843
Uncontrolled Keywords:open science; feminist psychology; early career researchers; open research
Group:Faculty of Science & Technology
ID Code:35623
Deposited By: Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic
Deposited On:09 Jun 2021 15:03
Last Modified:27 Sep 2021 10:56

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