gender

Discouraging data: women in CS and IT

In making my mark in the realm of data and information visualization, it will probably do me good to become a better and more knowledgeable coder. I am now looking into pursuing a little more CS education, and am excited

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Discouraging data: women in CS and IT

In making my mark in the realm of data and information visualization, it will probably do me good to become a better and more knowledgeable coder. I am now looking into pursuing a little more CS education, and am excited

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Gender bias in science – the links

[View the story “Gender bias in science – collected links” on Storify] Gender bias in science – collected links Collecting my favorite stories and peer-reviewed studies of gender bias in science. Please ping me at @sandramchung if you have more

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Gender bias in science – the links

[View the story “Gender bias in science – collected links” on Storify] Gender bias in science – collected links Collecting my favorite stories and peer-reviewed studies of gender bias in science. Please ping me at @sandramchung if you have more

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WTF? American childrearing edition

Profession women friends, do you remember being seduced and inspired by a picture of Licia Ronzulli in the middle of the European parliament wearing her six-week-old-daughter in a sling? No? Let me refresh your memory. Did you smile and sigh?

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WTF? American childrearing edition

Profession women friends, do you remember being seduced and inspired by a picture of Licia Ronzulli in the middle of the European parliament wearing her six-week-old-daughter in a sling? No? Let me refresh your memory. Did you smile and sigh?

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There goes the ‘manly’ man – and maybe all the rest, too?

I read a lot of articles about persistent gender bias in corporate leadership, in academic science, in elementary school classrooms. But I’m also reading more and more stories about the tables truly turning, in some cases not from imploding stereotypes

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There goes the ‘manly’ man – and maybe all the rest, too?

I read a lot of articles about persistent gender bias in corporate leadership, in academic science, in elementary school classrooms. But I’m also reading more and more stories about the tables truly turning, in some cases not from imploding stereotypes

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The Hunger Games: fiction that brings out racist, sexist reality

I haven’t read The Hunger Games or seen the movie yet, but I’m soaking up lots of sociological analyses and outraged reactions on teh Internets. A story about a fictional, horrendous society seems to be spurring reactions that highlight real-world

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The Hunger Games: fiction that brings out racist, sexist reality

I haven’t read The Hunger Games or seen the movie yet, but I’m soaking up lots of sociological analyses and outraged reactions on teh Internets. A story about a fictional, horrendous society seems to be spurring reactions that highlight real-world

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