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Are Employment Stereotypes Learned From Language?

10-Aug-20 12:45

Are Employment Stereotypes Learned From Language?

Cultural stereotypes such as the idea that men are more suited for paid work and women are more suited for taking care of the home and family, may contribute to gender imbalances in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, among other undesirable gender disparities. Might these stereotypes be learned from language?


Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Presented by: Audrey Raj and Freda Liu


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