Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Investigating the Use of Robotics to Change Young Children's Gender Stereotypes About Technology and EngineeringSullivan, Amanda.
Abstract: Women have made important progress in historically male-dominated fields, such as law and business over the past two decades. However, when it comes to technology and engineering, progress is being made at a much slower rate. This dissertation addresses this gap by working with young children (ages 5-7) and exploring their newly forming attitudes and stereotypes toward technology and eng... read more
- Tufts University. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development.
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