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+ - Internet Access Negatively Correlated With Women's Enrollment in Computer Scienc->

Submitted by MoriT
MoriT (1747802) writes ""There is currently a responsibility-dodging contest between industry and academia over who is to blame for the declining enrollment of women in Computer Science and declining employment of women in software development. I hear people in industry bemoan the "empty pipeline", while academics maintain that women aren't entering their programs because of perceptions of the industry. I have compiled some data that may help resolve the question by highlighting a third factor common to both: access to an Internet-based culture of computing.""
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