(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[academia] The gender distribution in scientific positions at universities is still skewed, startlingly skewed, considering that girls have long been in the majority among students. In 2006, four out of five Norwegian professors are men. This bias is not because men are so much nicer than women, if anyone would believe it.
And there are those who believe that, too, unfortunately, in the male-dominated professorship. But there is also another explanation that I think has just as much support. And it means that women are probably as good or as good as men. The problem is that they are just nice, or to. . .
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