Is there Gender Bias in Key Stage 3 Textbooks?: Content Analysis using the Gender Bias 14 (GB14) Measurement Tool

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Parkin, Claire; Mackenzie, Sharron;
  • Publisher: University of Kent
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    mesheuropmc: education | humanities

Abstract\ud Background: In recent times, there has been much interest in the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) over why a gender gap exists. The gap exists from as early as infancy and continues onwards through to secondary school where it has ... View more
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