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Article : “Women in physics: A tale of limits”

“Currently, women earn just 21% of bachelor’s degrees and 17% of PhDs in the field. Discourse about women in physics often centers on representation, and the unspoken assumption seems to be that if the representation of women were to increase to some higher level, all would be well. However, the focus on representation obscures important issues and ignores the day-to-day experiences of women physicists.”

Full article : http://www.physicstoday.org/resource/1/phtoad/v65/i2/p47_s1

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