Better Surveys

„You keep using that survey.
I do not think it means what you think it means.“
Inigo Montoya (modified)

Realizing that my criticism of surveys on gender inequality was a bit long (seriously, reading time 31 minutes?), I’ve tried to condense it. Using the “Singapore Statement on Research Integrity” as a design template, I was aiming for a single page, it became two (and there still would be more to write about):

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Click on Image to open the PDF.

You find the PDF here.

As usual, comments, remarks and improvements are welcome.

Categories: Community Aspects, Doing Science, Gender, Improving your Creativity, Learning, Learning to do Science, Science


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