Gender roles & expectations

Descriptive level; for example: masculine image of technology, girls/women good in communication.

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Henrietta Dale 2014-Jun-11 SASSY - Sharing Academic Sexism Stories w/ You, Belgium
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Elizabeth Pollitzer 2014-Apr-22 The leaky pipeline in the Swiss university system : Identifying gender barriers in postgra...
Henrietta Dale 2014-Mar-25 Early Academic Career Pathways in STEM: Do Gender and Family Status Matter?
joerg 2014-Mar-21 Women in Science - Explore the data for countries worldwide
Henrietta Dale 2014-Mar-12 How stereotypes impair women’s careers in science
Henrietta Dale 2014-Feb-26 Sex and Science: How Professor Gender Perpetuates the Gender Gap
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2014-Feb-24 Gender differences in team work and team competition
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2014-Feb-24 Identifying Judicial Empathy: Does Having Daughters Cause Judges to Rule for Women’s Issue...
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2014-Feb-18 Education at a glance 2013: OECD indicators
Juliet Webster 2014-Feb-17 Powering Economic Growth: Attracting More Young Women Into Science and Technology
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2014-Feb-17 New Trends in Gender and Mathematics Performance: A Meta-Analysis
Henrietta Dale 2014-Feb-12 Gender Differences in Language Use: An Analysis of 14,000 Text Samples
Juliet Webster 2014-Jan-20 Closing Doors: Exploring Gender and Subject Choice in Schools
Juliet Webster 2014-Jan-07 Under-representation by gender and race in apprenticeships
Juliet Webster 2013-Jul-31 "Beyond the leaky pipeline - challenges for research on gender and science", Spe...
Juliet Webster 2013-Jul-31 Women and men in science, engineering and technology: the UK statistics guide 2010
Rachel Palmén 2013-Jul-30 Meta-analysis of gender and science research: Synthesis Report
Elizabeth Pollitzer 2013-Jul-19 A Meta-Analysis on the Malleability of Automatic Gender Stereotypes
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Henrietta Dale 2014-Mar-21 BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium 2014