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Publications: Miscellaneous

  1. On Campus With Women, Issue on Women and Scientific Literacy, vol. 29, no.1, Fall 1999.
  2. Commentary on women in math, On Campus With Women, vol. 10., Winter 1981.
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  3. Teacher who gave mock test resigns, The New York Times, 94/06/26 (1994) 12, 19.
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  4. M. Birenbaum and R. Kraemer, Gender and ethnic-group differences in causal attributions for success and failure in mathematics and language examinations, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 26 no. 4 (1995), 342-359.
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  5. S. Catsambis, The path to math: gender and racial-ethnic differences in mathematics participation from middle school to high school, Sociology of Education 67 no. 3 (1994), 199-215.
  6. V. I. Cherian, Gender, socioeconomic status, and mathematics achievement by Xhosa children, Psychological Reports 1993, v73, n3, Dec, p771(8) 73 no. 3 (1993), 771-778.
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  7. M. P. Cooney, A Seminar on women and mathematics, Historia Mathematica 15 (1988), 380-383.
  8. M. Elias, Programs give math and science majors a needed boost, USA TODAY, 1995, Aug 10, (1995) Sec D, p6 col2.
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  9. I. V. Eriksson, B. A. Kitchenham, and K. G. Tijdens, Women, work, and computerization: understanding and overcoming bias in work and education, presented at IFIP TC9/WG 9.1 Conference on Women, Work, and Computerization, Helsinki, Finland, (1991).
  10. J. Ernest, Mathematics and Sex, American Mathematical Monthly 83 no. 8 (1976), 595-614.
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  11. J. Fitzpatrick, Women's Lives, Women's Roles, New York Times, 1996, May 19, (1996) Sec CN, p25 col1.
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  12. J. M. Geramita, How can a mathematician do feminist research?, (1994).
  13. A. D. Grank, Older than UNIVAC, Forbes 1982 no. August 30 (1982), 141.
  14. S. Gulati, Female voices in mathematics: a new course, Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal no. August 1994 (1994).
  15. S. Gupta and R. Anderson, Sex, AIDS and mathematics, New Scientist 135 no. 1838 (1992), 34-38.
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  16. G. Hopper, What lies ahead, Byte 1989 no. Jan (1989), 343-345.
  17. A. Kolodny, Colleges must recognize students' cognitive styles and cultural background, The Chronicle of Higher Education 37 no. 21 (1991), A44.
  18. E. Mappen, F. Lewis, & A. Cohen, Crucial experiments, The Women's Review of Books 12 no. 5 (1995), 20.
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  19. E. Mappen, F. Lewis, & A. Cohen, Educating for persistence, The Women's Review of Books 12 no. 5 (1995), 21.
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  20. M. Parker, She Does Math! Real-Life Problems from Women on the Job, The Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C. (1995).
  21. S. P. Restivo, The social relations of physics, mysticism and mathematics: sutdies in social structure, interests and ideas, 2nd ed, Reidel, Dordrecht; Lancaster (1985).
  22. S. P. Restivo, Mathematics in society and history :sociological inquiries, 20, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht ; Boston (1992).
  23. S. P. Restivo, Math worlds:philosophical and social studies of mathematics and mathematics education, State University of New York Press, Albany (1993).
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  24. C. A. Scott, Geometry, Houghton Mufflin, Boston (1980).
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  25. J. Shapiro, What Women Can Teach Men, NY Times, 95/11/22 (1995).
  26. M. Stone, When God was a Woman, Dial Press (1976).
  27. K. Storey, Two games take task out of math, Detroit News, 1996, Feb 16, (1996) Sec C, p8 col1.
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  28. K. K. Uhlenbeck, Moment maps in stable bundles: Where analysis, algebra and topology meet, Assocation for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 18 no. 3 (1988), 2.
  29. V. Walkerdine, Schoolgirl Fictions, Verso, London, New York (1990).