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UK: 'Just trying to be one of the boys'
Article here. British women make up 65% of college students yet the higher education system is too masculine? I suspect they'll be a major government based college initiative for women to gain 'equality'. Excerpt:
'The research, based on in-depth interviews with 10 male and 10 female students at a leading international school, demonstrates how the masculine environment still makes it harder for women to fit in. It also shows that both the male majority and the female minority of students appear to accept as an inevitability that business is done according to male rules.
Introducing examples of less traditional business women and men into the curriculum would show that “working with gender diversity is part of what it means to do business”. So would inviting people from diverse backgrounds to teach case studies.
Another approach is to include diversity training in induction programmes, says Ms Kelan. This would give students an understanding of their own biases and stereotypes and a reference point for their subsequent teamwork.'
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