Lifting the veil: the feminine face of science
How feeling, nurturing, connectedness, and other feminine qualities are transforming science and technology. Drawing on the experiences of women and men scientists, Shepherd shows how incorporation of the feminine is restoring the lost soul to science, changing our priorities and definitions about "progress" and about what makes "good science".
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The Emerging Voice of the Feminine
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