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o.pwuaioc
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Re: Gender gaps and pay disparity in the game industry.

by o.pwuaioc Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:38 pm

saturnfan wrote:
o.pwuaioc wrote:Funny how you still haven't dealt with the wealth of evidence from the real world indicating that women are far better represented in computer sciences in other countries.


You said it just a few posts ago. It wasn't true, at least not in anything you provided. And you did never say that women make more, nor did I address that phantom statement. I was talking about over representation.

Sorry, I did indeed misread what you said. When you said "women earn more degrees" I somehow left out the "degrees" part. Edited now to reflect that.

You, however, have not done me the same courtesy.
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Re: Gender gaps and pay disparity in the game industry.

by saturnfan Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:44 pm

I have a tendency to over exaggerate ones position, resulting in me putting words into someone else mouth, which I apologize for.
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Re: Gender gaps and pay disparity in the game industry.

by dsheinem Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:45 pm

I just want to say I am enjoying reading this discussion. I get all smiley-faced when people start citing research, arguing about its quality, and otherwise drawing on precepts of good argument (while also mercilessly pointing to errors in reasoning).

Dance on! *clap clap*
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