Gender And Career In Science And Engineering

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CRC Press, Feb 23, 1996 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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What happens to women and men who become professional engineers and scientists and work for British industrial organizations? This book explores this question by focusing on real case studies. The gender differences in how such careers are developed
 

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works culture p 77

Contents

Class Profession and
25
Methods Respondents
40
Professional Identities and Work Cultures
69
Public and Private Lives
85
Organizational
103
Gender and Management in Science and
119
Gender and Career in Science and
137
References
155
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