The images of scientists and science among Hebrew- and Arabic-speaking pre-service teachers in Israel

@article{Rubin2003TheIO,
  title={The images of scientists and science among Hebrew- and Arabic-speaking pre-service teachers in Israel},
  author={E. Rubin and V. Bar and A. Cohen},
  journal={International Journal of Science Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={25},
  pages={821 - 846}
}
This study investigated the image of scientists held by Israeli pre-service teachers, the majority of whom were female. The population consisted of students belonging to two cultures, Hebrew-speaking and Arabic-speaking. The DAST ('Draw-a-Scientist-Test') tool and other tools, some of which were developed specifically for this research, tested the image of the scientist as perceived by the participants. It was found that the image of the scientist is perceived as predominantly male, a physicist… Expand
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