Promoting Women in the Media: The Role of SET\ud Organisations and their Science Media\ud Communicators

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Boyce, Tammy ; Kitzinger, Jenny
  • Publisher: UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
  • Subject: H1
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