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Special Issue: Girls' and women's participation in STEM: Past lessons and possible futures
Published: 26-06-2018

Guest editorial:Girls' and women's participation in STEM: Past lessons and possible futures.

The University of Auckland
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Penelope Watson

Penelope Watson is a Lecturer at the School of Learning, Development, and Professional Practice, Faculty of Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her areas of research interest are&gender, gender stereotypes and gender identity.

Curtin University
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Audrey Cooke

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University of Warwick
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John Thornby

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Abstract

This is a Guest Editorial for the Special Issue containing papers from the Network Gender and STEM Conference

How to Cite

Watson, P., Cooke, A., & Thornby, J. (2018). Guest editorial:Girls’ and women’s participation in STEM: Past lessons and possible futures. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 10(2), 193–195. Retrieved from https://genderandset.open.ac.uk/index.php/genderandset/article/view/561