Gender bias exists and, in fact, has been a part of the traditional American way of life since the Declaration of Independence. Of course, it is wrong, but habits are, extremely, hard to change. In the twenty-first century economic necessity has forced families to abandon the traditional husband/wife work relationship. Women are now not only entering the workforce but in many areas competing with men for top executive positions. While the percentage of women accepted as attorneys and doctors is increasing, it is still far below the world average.
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For more information about this service, click here. The combined efforts of Wikipedia and the University of West Virginia are undertaken in an effort to enhance the positions of women and especially minority women in the Wikipedia world. An effort beginning in January focused on multiple inclusions of women, in an effort to rectify the male dominance of the Wikipedia world. The university’s efforts were aimed at the inclusion of women from West Virginia. The long journey of establishing gender equality and a fair representation of women on Wikipedia has taken a giant step thanks to West Virginia University, and even to Wikipedia for offering the grant to fund for this important and necessary research work.