Academic women, by Jessie Bernard.


University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press, 1964.

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Subjects Akademikerin.
Enseignantes.
Teaching.
USA.
Vrouwen.
Wetenschap.
Women teachers.
Women.
Description xxv, 331 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 279-321).
Contents Introduction -- Prelude. Symbols, scholastics, and scholars -- 1. There were giants in those days -- 2. Flowing and ebbing tides -- 3. Demand : the theory and practice of discrimination -- 4. Supply : the many uses of women -- 5. Differences between academic men and academic women -- 6. Institutional distribution : career patterns -- 7. "Her infinite variety" : some differences among academic women -- 8. Teachers and professors : subject-matter areas -- 9. Teachers and professors : the quality of role performance -- 10. Scholars and scientists : productivity -- 11. Scholars and scientists : creativity -- 12. Colleagues : academic competition -- 13. Colleagues : conflict -- 14. Spinsters -- 15. Wives and mothers -- Appendices : Academic women and the training of social workers ; The Pennsylvania State University studies ; The matched scientists study ; The biological sciences communication project study of laboratory bioscientists.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)187322
(OCoLC)ocm00187322
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WorldCat Identities Bernard, Jessie, 1903-1996.
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