Gendered learning experience of engineering and technology students

@article{TakruriRizk2008GenderedLE,
  title={Gendered learning experience of engineering and technology students},
  author={Haifa Takruri-Rizk and Kathrine S. H. Jensen and Kathryn Booth},
  journal={SIGCAS Computers and Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={38},
  pages={40-52}
}
UK National statistics for science, engineering and technology studies and careers confirm the under-representation of women in these disciplines. A literature review formed the basis for developing survey questionnaires exploring issues of female students' attraction to, and retention in, engineering and technology studies. Findings indicate that having family members in the engineering or technology industry plays an important part in the students' choice of degree topic and future career. In… CONTINUE READING

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