women in computing again: sorting 3966
So write her a letter. She disses bad mathematicians. We all make mistakes on various levels. Math is over time a social process.
Her column didn't occur until the early-mid 1980s. 10s and 20s were more end-60s 70s, and their fade was when her col. appeared.
Actually the mathematician Erdos called men the slaves and women the masters. I can see why.
Note your own use of the singular form of female. Yet grads is plural.
I would not doubt that as I knew some of those women in the 80s, including the field. It merely depends on issues such as pay for work, etc. in this world (separate from the harbuttment issue).
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She disses bad mathematicians. The insecure ones knock her. I took some time to examine what she answered...
Well, you didn't ask for the ref. so I won't bother looking it up. Are the differences significant? Having skimmed the paper (since you didn't), I would say that the same problems exist in both the UK and US, and time hasn't changed anything except to further distance both countries from the end of WWII when women were used in greater numbers when men were on the front.
While I've seen a little of the UK clbutt structure, the Lords and govt. have less power than during the Cold War and times before.
women in computing again: sorting 3967
No, she disses math. Exactly. And that's when this atbreastude started becoming "common knowledge" as a fact. Before that, this opinion was held by those who couldn't, or didn't...
Colleges. And we agree that a lot of people don't below there.
Deal with many.
Look if you want to battle the problem of anti-intellectualism, you want Hyman Rickover.
Nature is not as forgiving as Christ. --Hyman G. Rickover
Anti-intellectualism has long been our besetting sin. With us, hostility to superior intelligence masquerades as belief in the equality of man and puts forth the false claim that it is undemocratic to recognize and nurture superior intelligence. --Hyman G. Rickover
All new ideas begin in a non-conforming mind that questions some tenet of the "conventional wisdom. " All improvements originate in a critical mind that mistrusts the "image" projected by some powerful organism. The innovator of ideas and the social critic are essential to a free society; they are what make the society free. --Hyman G. Rickover
to cut and paste.