References and Suggested Reading
References and Suggested Reading
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Proceedings of an engineering foundation conference
DAVID, D. S. 1971. Career patterns and values: a study of men and women in science and engineering. New York: Colum- bia University Doctoral Dissertation (Distributed by NTIS, U.S. Department of Commerce).
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Mathematics and sex
HOWARD, S.1975. Liberating our children, ourselves. Wash- ington, D. C.: American Association of University Women.
Liberating our children, ourselves
KUNDSIN, R.1974. Women and Success: The anatomy of achievement (Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the N.Y. Academy of Science). New York: William Morrow.
Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the N.Y. Academy of Science
LAW, M. E.1972. Goal for women in science. Boston: Women in Science and Engineering, Harvard University Department of Physics.
Goal for women in science
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Schooling women: some comments on the relationship between can and can't
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Women and the scientific professions: the MIT symposium on women in science and engineering
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National Academy Of Sciences
Research issues in the employment of women: proceedings of a workshop
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Development and administration of continuing education for women: 1964-1974
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Women in science and technology: a report on an MIT workshop (Challenges to secondary schools and employers)
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Impact of Science on Society
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Reviewed in Sci. Amer.
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