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|Title:||Women and STEM disciplines in Latin America: The W-STEM European Project|
|Authors:||García-Peñalvo, F. J.|
|Citation:||García-Peñalvo, F. J. (2019). Women and STEM disciplines in Latin America: The W-STEM European Project. Journal of Information Technology Research, 12(4), v-viii.|
|Abstract:||According to UNESCO, women account for a minority of the world’s researchers; in 2013, only 28.4% of total persons employed in Research and Development were women, data confirming the gender disparity in science. The Latin-American and the Caribbean region shows essential differences among countries. While some seem to have good numbers of women working in science, as a percentage of total researchers, such as Argentina, 52%; Venezuela, 56%; and Bolivia, 62%; others like Honduras, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and Chile achieve low rates with around 30%.|
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