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ERIC Number: ED077337
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 35
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The Stanford Woman in 1972.
Committee on the Education and Employment of Women, Stanford Univ., CA.
This report, developed by the Committee on the Education and Employment of Women in the University, presents the results of a survey of Stanford seniors and makes recommendations on how the university can end discrimination and provide more opportunities for women. Data were the result of a survey of 280 graduating seniors. The survey was designed to find out what fields Stanford undergraduates choose for their studies and future jobs, and how the University environment influences their choice. The report considers the educational and occupational plans of men and women undergraduates in 1972 and in 1965, the sex role expectations and the Stanford environment, and the effects of academic and occupation counseling at Stanford. The Committee's recommendations are summarized at the end of the report. The appendix includes the questionnaire and a discussion of research procedures. (Author/MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Committee on the Education and Employment of Women, Stanford Univ., CA.