Women In Science, Engineering And Technology
Women have contributed to science from its earliest days; however, in large part they have received little or no approbation for their contributions during their lifetimes. Historians with an interest in gender and science have illuminated the contributions women have made, the barriers they have faced, and the strategies implemented to have their work accepted. In the last 30 years, great progress has been made in analyzing and responding to these concerns. Despite the roadblocks, women have made headway, if unevenly, as they enter the fields of science and technology. Greater opportunity in these fields has allowed more women to share good wages, interesting work, high social status associated with these occupations. Advacing scientific careers for women has led to other benefits for science , has most obvious being and enlarged pool of smart, well-trained, and highly motivated individuals from which to staff its projects. Whatever the social, political, or psychological benefits that men may have gained by discriminating against women in the past, the intellectual loss has never been justified invoking gender criteria when recruiting and advancing the best scientists and engineers' works against their interests.
S Thakur took BA degree with rank in sociology and MA and M phil in the same discipline and started his carrier as a teacher and simultaneously drown into social work working for the poor women. As the demand of social work became more pressing, he give up their job and devoted himself to the cause of the back word classes and the various problem faced by them and the upliftment of the suffering humanity.
1. Women in Science, Engineering and Technology: An Introduction --Pg. 1 2. Gender and Resources --Pg. 29 3. Women's Perceptions of their Contributions to Science --Pg. 55 4.Motherhood and Research Performance in Science --Pg. 71 5. The History of the science of Women --Pg. 105 6. Women and Newtonianism --Pg. 125 7. Corporate Relations in Science and Technology --Pg. 143 8. Science , Engineering and Mathematics: Group Work --Pg.161 9. Women in Science and Engineering --Pg. 175 10. Development of Women in Information Technology --Pg. 211 Bibliography --Pg. 265 Index --Pg. 269