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Word embeddings quantify 100 years of gender and ethnic stereotypes
We develop metrics based on word embeddings to characterize how gender stereotypes and attitudes toward ethnic minorities in the United States evolved during the 20th and 21st centuries starting from 1910. Expand
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Has Feminism Changed Science
Do women do science differently? This is a history of women in science and a frank assessment of the role of gender in shaping scientific knowledge. Science is both a profession and a body ofExpand
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Plants and Empire: Colonial Bioprospecting in the Atlantic World
* Acknowledgments * Introduction *"The Base for All Economics" * Plan of the Book *1. Voyaging Out * Botanistes Voyageurs * Maria Sibylla Merian * Biopirates * Who Owns Nature? * Voyaging BotanicalExpand
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Agnotology : the making and unmaking of ignorance
Contents Preface xxx 1. Agnotology: A Missing Term to Describe the Cultural Production of Ignorance (and its Study) Robert N. Proctor 1 Part I. Secrecy, Selection, and Suppression 2. RemovingExpand
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Has feminism changed science?
This inspiring book becomes one that is very booming. After published, this book can steal the market and book lovers to always run out of this book. And now, we will not let you run out any more toExpand
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The Mind Has No Sex?: Women in the Origins of Modern Science
Introduction 1. Institutional Landscapes Monasteries and Universities Renaissance Courts Scientific Academies Women at the Periphery Parisian Salons Women's Academies 2. Noble Networks The CuriousExpand
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Skeletons in the Closet: The First Illustrations of the Female Skeleton in Eighteenth-Century Anatomy
IN 1796 THE GERMAN ANATOMIST Samuel Thomas von Soemmerring published in a separate folio what he claimed to be the first illustration of a female skeleton.' This was a remarkable claim since AndreasExpand
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One and a half million medical papers reveal a link between author gender and attention to gender and sex analysis
Gender and sex analysis is increasingly recognized as a key factor in creating better medical research and health care1–7. Using a sample of more than 1.5 million medical research papers, our studyExpand
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Embedding concepts of sex and gender health differences into medical curricula.
Sex, a biological variable, and gender, a cultural variable, define the individual and affect all aspects of disease prevention, development, diagnosis, progression, and treatment. Sex and gender areExpand
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