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Gender and the STEM Fields in Education- and Career-Related Discussions between Finnish Parents and their Adolescent Children
Journal of research in stem education
Occupational gender segregation in Finland is high and persistent in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Previous research has concluded that, rather than differences in aptitude, gendered educational and vocational choices originate from more complex system of attitudes, self-concepts, motivations and both direct and indirect social influences, all of which shape young people's future goals. In the sphere of social influences on career choice, parents play adoi:10.51355/jstem.2020.93 fatcat:iduf2tq6rrgvlccuxn3tktfrw4