7 edition of The Science Glass Ceiling found in the catalog.
March 30, 2004 by Routledge .
Written in English
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In this book, forty such women, whose thinking has altered not only their own particular field but the very way we see the world, talk vividly about their ideas and lives, hopes and concerns for the future.
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the glass ceiling is “a transparent barrier that kept women from rising above a AUTHOR’S NOTE: We thank Mark Western for his invaluable help on various aspects of the data analysis in this project and Rob Mare for his patient help in sorting out the demographic issues in using.
The glass ceiling operates in both the public and the private sectors. Some studies show that while employment may no longer be denied to women based on sex alone, there. The women who cracked science’s glass ceiling.
After the First World War, female scientists gained footholds in academia as well as industrial and government research, despite facing prejudice Author: Sally Horrocks.
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Well decades later the dream happened and I was overjoyed (understatment here) – ecstatic. Includes bibliographical references (p.
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