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bmartin at utmem.edu bmartin at utmem.edu
Mon Mar 27 14:25:09 EST 2000


In article <200003271540.JAA06038 at mail.tamu.edu>, "Julia Frugoli"
<jfrugoli at bio.tamu.edu> wrote:

> I think industry is going to pull all the women who can't stand the
> hierarchical games out of academia, which may be good for these women
> personally, but not good for women as a group.  The games may not be gone in
> industry, but with a bottom line they can't dominate the way they do in
> academics, and putting up with them becomes more lucrative.  Until academia
> feels some kind of pain by ignoring the contributions of major sections of
> the population (women, blacks, hispanics, etc) I'm afraid the games will
> continue and those who perpetuate them will remain in academia.

Unfortunately, I believe you are correct.  Not only women are affected,
but men who try to work around the games get ambushed as well.

B. Martin






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