Dataset for Female Officers on board

Published: 9 Oct 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4ffk2hbz32.1
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Description of this data

This is the data to the paper "Female Officers on Board. Present Situation and Perspectives." in August 2019.
If you want more updated dataset, please email to the author: josercordon@gmail.com
This paper is based on a survey answered by 151 female officers from 18 countries. This survey comprises the following areas: Socio-Demographic, Labour, Work-Life Balance, Leadership Style, Harassment situations and an open section where they can express their ideas.
Title and description can be found on the first row.
A questionnaire was developed by a team of psychologists and seafarers (both women and men), divided in several sections comprising questions regarding:

  1. Socio-Demographic factors: such as age, marital status, type of contract, position on
    board, qualification, experience and environmental components.
  2. Labour factors: discrimination perceived, support, some questions about the feelings
    of having to perform better than male officers, stressing factors, different treatment
    for being a woman and family tradition.
  3. Work-Life Balance: with questions about motherhood, family life, relations, work
    satisfaction, relationships on board, etc.
  4. Leadership Style: this section tries to identify any dissimilar behaviour within
    colleagues, port staff and subordinates because of gender differences, focusing on
    leadership characteristics.
  5. Harassment Situations: clear or veiled situations of harassment from superiors,
    colleagues or any other. The use of a masculine behaviour. The ability to handle
    unpleasant situations.
  6. Finally, a free section for suggestions.
    The survey is currently online, so it is accessible at
    https://forms.gle/f3GdmBLZkHfKDuFn6 . It is our intention to leave it online as long as
    possible and to keep getting answers.
    The items are five-point Likert type scale, ranging from never to always, or strongly disagree to totally agree, when applicable.
    The software used was the Google Docs platform

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Steps to reproduce

To obtain more updated data, email the author.
Researchers are welcome.

Latest version

  • Version 1

    2019-10-09

    Published: 2019-10-09

    DOI: 10.17632/4ffk2hbz32.1

    Cite this dataset

    Cordon, Jose R (2019), “Dataset for Female Officers on board”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/4ffk2hbz32.1

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Institutions

Universidad de Cadiz

Categories

Psychology, Navigation, Applied Ergonomics, Maritime Ergonomics, Woman, Workplace

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