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Vol. 8 No. 1 (2016)
Special Issue: Gendered Motivation and Choice in STEM
Guest Editorial: Gendered Motivation and Choice in STEM Part 2: Socio-cultural, organizational and socialization factors.
Rebecca Lazarides, Angela Ittel
Achievement and Motivation in Mathematics and Science: The Role of Gender and Immigration Background
Malte Jansen, Petra Stanat
Girls’ and Women’s Preferred Methods of Coping with Gender Bias in STEM
Family Friendly STEM: Perspectives on Recruiting and Retaining Women in STEM Fields
Erica Weisgram, Amanda Diekman
Corporate culture matters — what kinds of workplaces appeal to highly skilled engineers?
Angelika TrÃ¼bswetter, Karen Genz, Katharina Hochfeld, Martina Schraudner
De-Gendering STEM - Lessons Learned From an Ethnographic Study of a Physics Laboratory
Gendered Teacher Expectations of Mathematics Achievement in New Zealand: Contributing to a Kink at the Base of the STEM Pipeline?
Penelope Winifred StJohn Watson, Christine Margaret Rubie-Davies, Kane Meissel, Annaline Flint, Elizabeth Ruth Peterson, Lynda Garrett, Lyn McDonald
The Role of Parental Values and Child-specific Expectations in the Science Motivation and Achievement of Adolescent Girls and Boys
PÃ¤ivi Hannele Taskinen, Julia Dietrich, BÃ¤rbel Kracke
Motivational profiles in mathematics: What role do gender, age and parents’ valuing of mathematics play?
Rebecca Lazarides, Charlott Rubach, Angela Ittel
Talent viewer: evaluation of a project aimed at breaking down (gender) stereotypes about STEM and STEM-talents in primary schools in the Netherlands
(Noortje) Eleonora Josepha Maria Jansen, Linda Marieke Derksen