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Should we be breaking the bias against women in science

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Started: 12/19/2012 Category: Science
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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SBraiders1

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Why should we be breaking the bias against women? Well, because women aren't any less qualified then men! There are many people today that think certain human beings should have more privileges than others because they are not the same gender. Jennifer Harper states, "Professors should be trained to omit bias when they evaluate a candidate so that they are only looking at the candidates qualifications and skill set." she also says, "That it would be beneficial to have a diverse work place." If professors and people who hire men and women in science careers only had there qualifications to look at. Not there name or gender then it would be more fair for everyone in the science fields and stop the bias of women in science.
RationalMadman

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At present there is no bias to women in science so we shouldn't be breaking anything, we should instead focus on actually making groundbreaking discoveries.
Debate Round No. 1
SBraiders1

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RationalMadman

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Interesting...
Debate Round No. 2
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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by philochristos 4 years ago
philochristos
Who is Jennifer Harper? If you're going to quote somebody, you should probably cite your source.
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