American research on women's scientific underrepresentation has relied mainly on studies in the United States, survey-type research and Western cultural models. This paucity of cross-cultural data, especially from non-western cultures, impedes our understanding of cross- cultural variations in the science gender gap and significant cultural variability within American society.
This paper reports results of anthropologically-oriented research exploring how the cultural and
social context in which science is learned and practiced contributes to the gendering of science.
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