Women and Science in the Netherlands: A Dutch Case?

@article{Bosch2002WomenAS,
  title={Women and Science in the Netherlands: A Dutch Case?},
  author={M. Bosch},
  journal={Science in Context},
  year={2002},
  volume={15},
  pages={483-527}
}
  • M. Bosch
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • Science in Context
A recent comparative study of women in science has revealed that the situation in the Netherlands is worse than in other European countries. This raises the question whether there is a “Dutch case” concerning women’s standing in science. We argue that the cause is not to be found in a special brand of Dutch Protestantism, with its strong emphasis on motherhood and the family, and impact on labor patterns and social organization. Rather, we should take another look at religion, and especially at… Expand
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