Women in Computer Science: A Proposal

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Women in Computer Science: A Proposal
Preface
This paper represents a proposal designed to provide realistic and feasible strategies for a university or community college to increase female participation in its computer science programme. This paper will begin with a critical issues discussion of the current situation with respect to the participation of female students in computer science programmes at the post-secondary level in general. This situation will be critically analyzed with reference to a range of scholarly and critical discussion of the reasons contributing to the current state of affairs. Finally, proceeding from this analysis, five well-articulated and substantiated strategies will be presented that will demonstrate how...
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