Women Engineers : Conditions at University and in the Profession in West Germany (English)

In: Equal Opportunities International   ;  6 ,  4  ;  25-28  ;  1987
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This research attempted to provide a scholarly answer to why so few West German women choose engineering as a profession. The study was qualitative: 100 biographically structured interviews. A complex picture emerged. Recommendations are then made as to how women's integration into the profession might be eased without the price of over-adaptation to male patterns of behaviour.

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Women in Scientific Professions: The Emerging Trends
Sharma, Sarla | 1987
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Success Patterns of Professional Women: A Study of 452 Women Architects
Boulgarides, James D. | 1987
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The Challenge of becoming a Professional Chartered Accountant and a Mother in early adulthood
Harel-Giasson, Francine / Marchis-Mouren, Marie-Francoise / Martel, Louise | 1987
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Women Engineers : Conditions at University and in the Profession in West Germany
Rudolph, Hedwig / Janshen, Doris | 1987