@nytimes
The New York Times
a day ago
Women face more frequent and hostile questions than men when presenting economic research, a new study found. It’s the latest addition to a mounting body of evidence of gender discrimination in economics. https://t.co/t3DJplH5tz
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@SPRH_2020
Megan K
a day ago
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@anibleu
anita
a day ago
@nytimes hmmm ...only in economics? 🤔😐🙄
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@ZweThih19735293
Zwe Thiha
a day ago
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@derlyatko
Dmitry Derlyatko
a day ago
@nytimes So what?
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@EHuisache
El Huasteco
a day ago
@nytimes Women and POC face more frequent and hostile questions than white males when presenting any information that is logical and practical. no study required
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@kierkegaardcat
Philosopher Cat
a day ago
@nytimes When presenting *research*. Fixed it for ya
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