anonymous
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Why is it that traditionally women and minorities have been underrepresented in the sciences? How do you see this changing with your generation?
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anonymous
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anonymous
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i think ik this one but wanna make sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
@InYourHead

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anonymous
  • anonymous
We don't really have one reason for why women and minorities are under-represented in science fields. What the question is saying...is that there are many more men working in science fields than there are women. It's asking us why that is. ------------- Some people think that it's because women don't have too many highly-educated female role models to look up to, in the sciences. ------------- Other people think that in some way, American culture (and other cultures) encourages boys to start learning about science and engineering, on their own, from an early age. Boys are given chemistry sets, and science kits, and model airplanes, and all that other crap. With this, they can explore science and engineering while they're young. Girls, on the other hand, don't often associate with those kinds of toys. You know? They start learning about science and engineering much later on in life. So, because boys started learning at such a young age, they had more time to allow their passions and interests to develop. ------------------ Again, there's probably more than one answer that question. I'll leave the second question to you. Sure enough, times are changing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh if you're still looking for more to this question, try asking it one of the science sections. Like Biology or Chemistry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was a history question
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know there's some history behind the answer to this question. But can you see that it obviously has something to do with the sciences? I am both a psychology and biology major. They're science fields. And I didn't need to draw on much of any historical knowledge, to give you an answer here. Post it or not, it's your choice.

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