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Exploring the status of women, particularly in business
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The Gender Divide: Are Men better than Women at Social Networking?

The Gender Divide: Are Men better than Women at Social Networking? | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Women are more savvy networkers in the ranching industry. Men are more savvy networkers in the cosmetics industry. Wait, what?
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gungski™'s curator insight, February 21, 2013 10:05 AM

Battle of the Sexes!

hijosdelinternetpuntocom's curator insight, February 21, 2013 2:58 PM

Feminity is a way to reach feelings. but with out males strenght in mind and intellectualism alot things would not happen but somtimes this is not true in everyone.

ELISA TANGKEARUNG's curator insight, February 22, 2013 10:33 PM

not at all..

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Mommy Has Dreams Too

Mommy Has Dreams Too | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
In 2009, I got a book deal and deadlines had me seat-belted to my office chair for long hours. Suddenly it was "Dad, I need you to sign this for school," and "Dad, where are my cleats?" I liked that he was such a presence in their daily lives.
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Sheryl Sandberg & Male-Dominated Silicon Valley

Sheryl Sandberg & Male-Dominated Silicon Valley | Women's Issues | Scoop.it

Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstracts back to 1925...

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5 Ways Journalists Are Using Google+

5 Ways Journalists Are Using Google+ | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Already using Google+? Follow Mashable's Pete Cashmore for the latest about the platform's new features, tips and tricks as well as social media and technology updates.
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Why Women Should Go to Conferences: Guest

Why Women Should Go to Conferences: Guest | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Jill Salzman sounds off on a provocative Forbes blog post suggesting that women should stay at home during conferences.
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Normalizing Female Computer Programmers in the ’60s » Sociological Images

Normalizing Female Computer Programmers in the ’60s » Sociological Images | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Today, the field of computer science is heavily male-dominated — men earn the vast majority of undergraduate and Ph.D. degrees in the field. But this wasn’t always true. When computers were first developed, we weren’t sure what kind of job programming was, whether a highly technical scientific occupation or a more secretarial-type one akin to being a typist. The fluidity of the developing field initially attracted significant numbers of women.
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Why Women Shouldn't Go to Tech Conferences

The other day, a woman I know asked me if I wanted to be on a panel at TechWeek. The panel was about how to make a living at blogging. One of the panelists couldn't make it. She wanted to know if I would fill in.
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10 Female Tech CEOs To Watch

10 Female Tech CEOs To Watch | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
While people are quick to characterize Silicon Valley as dominated by young men in hoodies, a band of women are emerging to make the industry their own.
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Making More Women Entrepreneurs' Stories Heard

Making More Women Entrepreneurs' Stories Heard | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Never underestimate the power of having a good story - whether it's to pitch potential investors or customers or whether it's to share with other entrepreneurs. The importance ...
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Kate Winslet: 'I Don't Look Like That And I Don't Desire To Look Like That'

Kate Winslet: 'I Don't Look Like That And I Don't Desire To Look Like That' | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
What does advertising really do to our perception of women?
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Saudi woman says she was detained for driving - CNN

Saudi woman says she was detained for driving - CNN | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
CTV.caSaudi woman says she was detained for drivingCNN(CNN) -- A 32-year-old Saudi Arabian who has crusaded for women to drive in her country said she was stopped Saturday for driving a car, even though there is no law against it.
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Why do new female college grads earn 17% less than men? - Fortune Management

Why do new female college grads earn 17% less than men? - Fortune Management | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Women earn 57% of four-year degrees and are hired at a higher rate than men. Yet their pay lags their male counterparts, even in identical jobs.
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Women Execs Take Over the Television World | Adweek

Women Execs Take Over the Television World | Adweek | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
For 50 years, television was a man’s business. It was an industry about dominance—winners took all. Big egos, brilliant gamesmanship, great wealth characterized the men who shaped the business.
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Girlyfight.com

Girlyfight.com | Women's Issues | Scoop.it

Girlyfight aims to inspire, empower, connect and support women who want to create a positive change in their local and global community. We will work to create connections between those with ideas, both big and small, and those with the skills and resources needed to bring those ideas to life.

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Subtle messages that put women off science

Subtle messages that put women off science | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Women are being put off working and studying in science by subtle messages in the media and society.
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Recruiting Women To The Burgeoning (But Mostly Male) Host Of Angel Investors | Fast Company

Recruiting Women To The Burgeoning (But Mostly Male) Host Of Angel Investors | Fast Company | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Women philanthropists have traditionally stood back from venture capital startups and angel investing; only 13% of angel investors in the U.S. are women.
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3 Feminist Myths That Need To Die

3 Feminist Myths That Need To Die | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Last year, I wrote a piece on feminist mythbusting for young men. At the time, I assumed women could take care of themselves when it comes to understanding and applying the big F in their working lives.
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great article, than you ! Alix
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Moms can make a global difference - right from where they are.

Moms can make a global difference - right from where they are. | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
African women are leading a movement. They are the driving force behind Africa's economy, and mothers in particular have an enormous impact on the future of Africa. Get educated, engaged, and activated.
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10 Incredible Lectures for Young Women in Tech | Online College Tips - Online Colleges

10 Incredible Lectures for Young Women in Tech | Online College Tips - Online Colleges | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Although technology positions have been open to women for quite some time, they still remain the minority in both relevant degree plans and career paths.
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First woman qualifies for men's pro tour - msnbc.com

First woman qualifies for men's pro tour - msnbc.com | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
msnbc.comFirst woman qualifies for men's pro tourmsnbc.comGarry Jones / AP The rematch is almost set.
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Women in business [infographic] - Holy Kaw!

Women in business [infographic] - Holy Kaw! | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
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Where are the women?

Where are the women? | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
Too few women appear on advertising industry panels, conferences and juries. Why is that? An observation and suggestions.
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Facebook COO Thinks Women Have Blown It

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says that women of her generation "blew it" and that hope for real female equality lies in the current generation of college graduates.
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My Way News - In a first, women surpass men in advanced degrees

My Way News - In a first, women surpass men in advanced degrees | Women's Issues | Scoop.it
In a first, women surpass men in advanced degrees...
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