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RE-IMAGINING WHO DOES STEM - New Special Issue published, Int'l Journal of Gender, Science, Technology

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The International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology [GST] focuses on gender issues in and of science and technology, including engineering, construction and the built environment, and aims to explore the intersections of policy, practice and research.

 

GST has just published a new Special Issue on "Re-Imagining who does STEM.

Please visit:  http://genderandset.open.ac.uk to download FREE copies of any of the papers listed below.

VOL 12, NO 1 (2020)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

Re-Imagining Who Does STEM - Part 2
Sylvia Beyer
1-3

SPECIAL ISSUE: RE-IMAGINING WHO DOES STEM

Joan M Barth, Stephanie Masters
4-31
Kaitlin Bodnar, Tara L Hofkens, Ming-Te Wang, Christian D Schunn
32-45
Luise von Keyserlingk, Michael Becker, Malte Jansen
46-64
Amy Roberson Hayes, Kristin J. Hixson, Stephanie L. Masters
65-96
Sara Rachel Kent, Jennifer E John, Rachel D. Robnett
97-121
Sarah E Thoman, Tori DiBona, James Abelar, Rachael D Robnett
122-151
Allison Master, Andrew N. Meltzoff
152-198

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