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Some Comparisons between Women and Ethnic Minority Engineers

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There are both similarities and differences in the circumstances and problems faced by women and members of ethnic minority groups when considering engineering as a career. This paper focuses on aspects of both, centering primarily on comparisons between the situations of black males and white females as a representative of the two largest minority groups in engineering today. Some references to American Indians and Spanish-speaking Americans are also included.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 1 )