How can feminists make the claim society is at fault less women are in sciences involving math?

such as computer programming ? THey have access to the same toys, the same tv channels and cooed education is the rule all over the western world. 66666z I dont think you understood the question. I recommend you try and do some sudoku. Also quite the opposite is true. The influx of women into scientific fields reached a peak and has been receding in very recent years.

Asked By: Cassius - 5/24/2008
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Society is not at fault. It is the life choices women make. Most women still value family time a lot, so they choose suitable job options, and science isn't one of them... More
Answered By: The Undertaker (RIP) - 5/25/2008
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They will say that this imbalance can be corrected greatly by education, but " greatly " is not a number, so expect the disparity to stay in place as long as we are human and men strive scientifically... More
Answered By: jonmcn49 - 5/24/2008
Here's what my neice is doing: spending her fellowship year assessing tidal power capacity along the Northeast coastline of the United States to determine the prospects for tidal energy development. Her mentor is R____ B____, President of Natural Currents Energy Services, LLC. How about you?
Answered By: kessie - 5/24/2008
I'd be willing to bet none of the men on here will ever win any Field medals or Nobel Prizes. More women are going into science now.
Answered By: 666666z - 5/24/2008
Is not society fault. Is their fault, but they blame others for their own incompetency.
Answered By: Eryfc U - 5/24/2008
Uh, I've never said this. What makes you think EVERY FEMINIST on the planet made this claim?
Answered By: tehabwa - 5/24/2008
Those career fields tend to be less accepting of women
Answered By: rachel - 5/24/2008
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