Gender distribution in COAMFTE-accredited programs
This study examines gender distribution of faculty and students within a sample of COAMFTE-accredited marriage and family therapy training programs. The researchers' aim is to fill the existing research gap in understanding how females are represented in marriage and family therapy academic programs. A survey questionnaire and publically-available information was used to collect quantitative data. Student population results show a considerably higher percentage of females at both the master's and doctoral levels. Faculty data indicate a higher percentage of females in part-time positions but an underrepresentation of females at the highest academic ranks. This study provides an initial but important inquiry into gender distribution trends in marriage and family therapy academia.
Journal of Feminist Family Therapy
Bernal, Anibal Torres; D'aniello, Carissa; and Vasquez-Mazariegos, William, "Gender distribution in COAMFTE-accredited programs" (2013). Economics Faculty Publications. 24.
Torres Bernal, Aníbal, Carissa D'aniello, and William F. Vasquez. "Gender distribution in COAMFTE-accredited programs." Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 25, no. 2 (2013): 93-111. doi:10.1080/08952833.2013.777874.
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