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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elizaveta Rakovskaia
Academic Women's Career in the Light of the Concept of the Balance of Life and Work
Complex Social Analysis
(Master’s programme)
2017
This master thesis presents an analysis of women's academic career in the light of the concept of the balance of work and life.

An empirical basis is the results of a qualitative study involving a series of expert and in-depth interviews with the academic staff of the HSE University. Professionals surveyed aged 25 to 40 years from different areas of academic activities.

Depending on the objective environmental factors and subjective factors (such as a system of values career and family, parental style, etc.) strategies for finding the balance of life and work were collected by us in the author's analytical framework.

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