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Measuring bias is harder than is usually assumed, and the evidence is sometimes contrary to expectation. Determining whether discrimination because of sex or ethnic identity is being practiced against persons seeking passage from one social status or locus to another is an important problem in our society today. It is legally important and morally important. It is also often quite difficult. This article is an exploration of some of the issues of measurement and assessment involved in onedoi:10.1126/science.187.4175.398 pmid:17835295 fatcat:3cv227rtvne5pccwb7bexd736m