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WOMEN BECOMING MATHEMATICIANS. Creating A Professional Identity In The Post-World War II America. - Murray, Margaret A. M.
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New York: Three Rivers Press. Near Fine. 2007. Fourth Printing. Paperback. 0307339459 . 288 pages; Do you have too much month at the end of your money? Is your credit card screaming for relief? Are you tired of robbing Peter to pay Paul . . . whoever they are? Meet Steve and Annette Economides. They’ve been called cheapskates, thriftaholics, and tightwads, but in these tough economic times, Steve and Annette have managed to feed their family of seven on just $350 per month, pay off their first house in nine years and purchase a second, larger home, buy cars with cash, take wonderful vacations, and put money in savings. Without degrees in finance or six-figure salaries, Steve and Annette have created a comfortable, debt-free life for themselves and their children. In <I>America’s Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money</I>, they show you how they did it- and how you can do it too. Steve and Annette share many down-to-earth principles and the simple spending plan that they have used since 1982. They have taught this economizing lifestyle to thousands of people worldwide through seminars and their newsletter, and they include lots of real-life stories to make you feel as if you’re having your own private coaching session. Not only will you find solutions to your financial dilemmas, you’ll also discover a whole new way of life. You don’t need to be a CPA or a math wizard to learn their revolutionary system, which will teach you:- hundreds of ways to save money on everyday household expenses, including groceries, clothing, and health care- how to save in advance for major purchases such as homes, cars, and vacations- how to stop living paycheck to paycheck - how to eliminate debt . . . forever! <I>America’s Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money</I> puts meeting your financial goals- and living well at the same time- in reach for every family. ., Three Rivers Press, 2007, Wilmslow: Sigma Technical Press, 1980. Study of the impact of computers.. First Edition. Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Sigma Technical Press, 1980, Washington, D. C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1987. Book. 4. Hardcover. Very Good Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Tight binding, good hinges, clean text. Former college library volume. Seller is an old man living in the mountains of Virginia, gardening and reading a good deal.., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1987, Belmont, California, U.S.A.: Thomson Higher Education , 2006. Missing the CD-ROM, minor edge and corner wear, lightly scuffed and scratched, former owner's name is stamped on the outer page edges, overall a very crisp and clean used Instructor's Annotated Ninth Edition! Full-color pictorial boards with blue, black, and white lettering. 674 very clean unmarked and uncreased informative and educational pages nicely enhanced by black and white figures and illustrations! "College Algebra, Ninth Edition, builds on its highly successful past with engaging applications that reflect the present. Best-selling authors Gustafson and Frisk enhance the books tradition of excellence by strengthening the connections between what students learn in your course and what it means to their lives outside the classroom. Relevant and easy-to-understand, with a focus on the concept of function........." (Instructor's Annotated Ninth Edition).. Ninth Edition. Pictorial Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Hardcover., Thomson Higher Education, 2006, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.: Harvard University Graduate School of Education , 2002. A couple of the interior pages have margin-writing and underlining, some light shelf wear, overall a clean used first edition! Violet and green illustrated wrapper with white lettering. 110 informative and educational pages! "As the 21st century begins, the citizens of the United States find themselves living and working in a new economy ---- one built on a foundation of information and communications technology. This new economy provides advantages to people who possess both educational credentials and strong basic skills. Those basic skills include reading, writing, math, the ability to speak English, and a range of additional skills, such as the ability to think critically, to work in collaborative problem-solving groups, and to use computers and other technology tools......" ---- from the Introduction.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Harvard University Graduate School of Education, 2002, MIT Press:, 2000. 277 pages. "Women Becoming Mathematicians looks at the lives and career of thirty-six of the approximately two hundred women who earned Ph.D.'s in mathematics from American institutions from 1940 to 1959." FINE HARDCOVER, FINE DUST JACKET.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., MIT Press:, 2000

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Cambridge:: MIT Press, 2001., 2001. 8vo. xviii, 277 pp. Illus., index. Brown cloth, dust-jacket. Near fine. ISBN 10: 0262133695 "Women Becoming Mathematicians looks at the lives and careers of thirty-six of the approximately two hundred women who earned Ph.D.s in mathematics from American institutions from 1940 to 1959. During this period, American mathematical research enjoyed an unprecedented expansion, fueled by the technological successes of World War II and the postwar boom in federal funding for education in the basic sciences. Yet women's share of doctorates earned in mathematics in the United States reached an all-time low. This book explores the complex interplay between the personal and professional lives of those women who embarked on mathematical careers during this period, with a view to understanding how changes in American society during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s affected their career development and identities as mathematicians. The book is based on extensive interviews with thirty-six women mathematicians of the postwar generation, as well as primary and secondary historical and sociological research. Taking a life-course approach, the book examines the development of mathematical identity across the life span, from childhood through adulthood and into retirement. It focuses on the process by which women who are actively involved in the mathematical community come to "know themselves" as mathematicians. The women's stories are instructive precisely because they do not conform to a set pattern; compelled to improvise, the women mathematicians of the 1940s and 1950s followed diverse paths in their struggle to construct a professional identity in postwar America." d.j. "A sophisticated, scholarly, and readable study this is without a doubt the best book yet written on American women mathematicians. It is a 'must read' for women (and men) of the mathematical community, as well as for specialists in history of science, sociology of the professions, and women's studies."" Ann Hibner Koblitz, Women's Studies Program, Arizona State University. "This book is not only an insightful and useful study of women in mathematics -- it is a page-turner. As thirty-six women mathematicians come alive in these pages Margaret A. M. Murray destroys the myth of the cloistered mathematical life and implicitly challenges us to find a new mythology that works for the next century. I couldn't put it down." Howard Georgi, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, Harvard University, and Former Co-chair, Committee on Women in Science and Engineering, National Research Council., MIT Press, 2001., 2001

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[EAN: 9780262133692], Neubuch, [PU: MIT Press Ltd, United States], Science|General, Social Science|Women's Studies, Technology|Social Aspects, Language: English . Brand New Book. Women Becoming Mathematicians looks at the lives and careers of thirty-six of the approximately two hundred women who earned Ph.D.s in mathematics from American institutions from 1940 to 1959. During this period, American mathematical research enjoyed an unprecedented expansion, fueled by the technological successes of World War II and the postwar boom in federal funding for education in the basic sciences. Yet women s share of doctorates earned in mathematics in the United States reached an all-time low. This book explores the complex interplay between the personal and professional lives of those women who embarked on mathematical careers during this period, with a view to understanding how changes in American society during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s affected their career development and identities as mathematicians. The book is based on extensive interviews with thirty-six women mathematicians of the postwar generation, as well as primary and secondary historical and sociological research. Taking a life-course approach, the book examines the development of mathematical identity across the life span, from childhood through adulthood and into retirement. It focuses on the process by which women who are actively involved in the mathematical community come to know themselves as mathematicians. The women s stories are instructive precisely because they do not conform to a set pattern; compelled to improvise, the women mathematicians of the 1940s and 1950s followed diverse paths in their struggle to construct a professional identity in postwar America.

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[EAN: 9780262133692], Neubuch, [PU: MIT Press Ltd, United States], Science|General, Social Science|Women's Studies, Technology|Social Aspects, Language: English . Brand New Book. Women Becoming Mathematicians looks at the lives and careers of thirty-six of the approximately two hundred women who earned Ph.D.s in mathematics from American institutions from 1940 to 1959. During this period, American mathematical research enjoyed an unprecedented expansion, fueled by the technological successes of World War II and the postwar boom in federal funding for education in the basic sciences. Yet women s share of doctorates earned in mathematics in the United States reached an all-time low. This book explores the complex interplay between the personal and professional lives of those women who embarked on mathematical careers during this period, with a view to understanding how changes in American society during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s affected their career development and identities as mathematicians. The book is based on extensive interviews with thirty-six women mathematicians of the postwar generation, as well as primary and secondary historical and sociological research. Taking a life-course approach, the book examines the development of mathematical identity across the life span, from childhood through adulthood and into retirement. It focuses on the process by which women who are actively involved in the mathematical community come to know themselves as mathematicians. The women s stories are instructive precisely because they do not conform to a set pattern; compelled to improvise, the women mathematicians of the 1940s and 1950s followed diverse paths in their struggle to construct a professional identity in postwar America.

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Women Becoming Mathematicians: Creating a Professional Identity in Post-World War II America

Women mathematicians of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s and how they built professional identities in the face of social and institutional obstacles.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780262133692
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0262133695
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: MIT PR
297 Pages
Weight: 0,562 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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