Books and Articles
Allport, G. W.
‘The Nature of Prejudice’
Addison-Wesley 1954 page 20
Banaji M. R. and A. G. Greenwald
‘Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People’
Delacorte pubs 2013
‘Is there anything good about men?
How cultures flourish by exploiting men’
‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’
(Much of the discussion in this book is about biases of intuition in judgment and decision-making.)
‘Lean in. Women, work and the will to lead’
Alfred A Knopf pubs 2013
‘Getting the balance right. Gender equality in journalism’
The Language of ‘Female Leadership’
Palgrave Macmillan 2010
‘Most of us are biased, after all’
in The New York Review of Books Vol LX No. 6 April 4-24 2013 pp58-61
Woodward, T. (2003)
‘Let there be you. Let there be me: Gender balance in ELT materials’
pp 13-14 in Folio the journal of MATSDA. Vol. 8. 1 /2 November, 2003
and also in Humanising Language Teaching Year 5; Issue 3; May 03.
(An adapted version is here.)
An article about sexual discrimination in university science departments.
An article on research into gender bias in science jobs (at the pre-interview C.V. stage).
The Pinker-Spelke debate (Harvard-Edge)
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‘Without powerful and inspiring women in the public eye, where will the schoolgirls of today find their role models?’
in The Guardian Thursday 20 June 2013