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30 May 2017

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Good research.

Truthfully, I don't want to perpetuate any stereotypes; rather, I'm interested in why this apparent gendered differentiation exists in the first place. The first step to that, of course, is identifying the issue.

This is interesting. I mean on the one hand you're looking in gender equality and all that. On that other hand it just adds to the stereotype that mostly woman like teaching and should teach. I'm not entirely sure if this is a step forward, or backward for woman.

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