Women’s Studies in Social Sciences I

Ali Turan Bayram (ed)
Sinop University
Neetima Agarwal (ed)
Jaypee Institute of Information Technology
Ali Raza (ed)
Near East University


The stories of women in the social sciences have come to the fore in a world where gender norms and roles are always shifting. An insightful look at the lives and careers of women who have devoted their work to changing and comprehending our complex social fabric, "Working Women in the Social Sciences" is a must-read for anybody interested in the social sciences. This book provides a fascinating look inside the lives of women who have made significant contributions to the social sciences. Each of these women has forged her own way to become a renowned academic and a force for positive social change, contributing to fields as diverse as psychology and politics. In recognizing the junction of gender and intelligence, "Working Women in the Social Sciences" illuminates the unique experiences and viewpoints of women in the field. Their experiences shed light on how the field of social sciences has changed over time and how women have made an indelible impact.

This book honours the hard-working women who defied expectations and established themselves as leaders in the social sciences, hoping to encourage and motivate the next generation of women researchers to keep pushing the boundaries of our knowledge of human culture. Come explore the lives and work of some of the most accomplished women in the social sciences.

How to cite this book

Bayram, A. T. & Agarwal, N. & Raza, A. (eds.) (2023). Women’s Studies in Social Sciences I . Özgür Publications. DOI: https://doi.org/10.58830/ozgur.pub146



October 21, 2023