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Title: Danger! men at work: a study of the underepresentation of women in third-level engineering
Author: DREW, EILEEN PATRICIA
ROUGHNEEN, CAROLINE
Sponsor: Higher Education Authority
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/edrew
Keywords: Statistics
Issue Date: 2004
2004
Publisher: Department of Education and Science
Citation: Drew, Eileen and Roughneen Caroline 'Danger! men at work: a study of the underepresentation of women in third-level engineering' Dublin, Department of Education and Science, December, 2004
Description: PUBLISHED
Dublin
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/26599
Appears in Collections:Statistics (Scholarly Publications)

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