Visn. Nac. Akad. Nauk Ukr. 2020. (2): 76-88

A.I. Radchenko
Publishing House "Akademperiodyka" of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv

T.Yu. Sivova
Publishing House "Akademperiodyka" of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv


Permanent studying and monitoring of publishing activity and the publishing products of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine through the prism of worldwide trends urge us to analyze them in their connection with the topical issues of social development. Gender studies are not a novel topic around the world. However, in Ukraine they are still rare. Despite some important achievements and sufficient study of the most important aspects of gender balance, the issue of women’s publication activity hasn’t been analyzed yet. The article describes the gender aspect of the authorship of the books that were published as a part of academic projects. It also contains relevant statistics for the sections of the NAS of Ukraine dealing with generalized scientific branches (physical, engineering and mathematical sciences; chemical and biological sciences; social sciences humanities) and for the departments within those sections.
Keywords: publishing activity, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, gender studies, authorship.

Language of article: ukrainian

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