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Solez, A.
Yuen, C.
Cutumisu, M.
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Students
Women
Computing science
Gender roles
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English
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This research aims to address the acute issue of the retention of female students in STEM domains. Specifically, this work proposes a three-year longitudinal study surveying the attitudes and beliefs of junior high-school students towards gender roles in computing science. This study will contribute to the understanding of how role models influence students’ attitudes towards computing science.
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2016
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doi:10.7939/R3348GW2M
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Solez, A., Yuen, C., and Cutumisu, M. (2016). Quantifying children’s perceived gender roles and attitudes towards women in computing science. London International Conference on Education Proceedings, (), .
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