Science, Gender, and the Balanced Life

TitleScience, Gender, and the Balanced Life
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsMarcus, E
JournalIssues in Science & Technology
Volume29
Pagination24-26
Date PublishedSpring2013
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number07485492
KeywordsDiversity , gender , SCIENCE , Scientific , Sex , SOCIAL , Women , WORK-life
AbstractThe author discusses the gender gap in the field of science. The author shares her experiences of being involved in science-related works, in which she became successful. However, she says that there is existing gender gap in science that is driven by the competitive and unusual individualized academic research's nature. She suggests the need for a system in science which favors health work/life balance, diversity, and broad intellectualism.
NotesMARCUS, EMILIE; Email Address: emarcus@cell.com; Source Info: Spring2013, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p24; Subject Term: GENDER inequality; Subject Term: SCIENCE -- Social aspects; Subject Term: SEX discrimination against women; Subject Term: WOMEN -- Employment; Subject Term: SCIENTIFIC community; Subject Term: WORK-life balance; Subject Term: DIVERSITY in the workplace; Subject Term: SOCIAL aspects; Number of Pages: 3p; Document Type: Opinion
URLhttp://issues.org/29-3/perspectives-2/

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