Four “professors” warn that “commitment to empirical science” hurts women

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in June 2018:

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Carroll Serron, “Professor” at the University of California-Irvine

It’s time for another “crazy taxpayer-funded academics” story, our thanks to the good people at Campus Reform. The start of the piece:

Four professors are warning that the “hegemony of meritocratic ideology” and other manifestations of “masculine culture” in engineering courses are detrimental to women.

Led by Carroll Serron, who teaches at the University of California-Irvine, the March 1 study contends that the sense of exclusion and isolation felt by female engineering students is exacerbated by the overwhelming “meritocratic ideology” in the field.

“In its commitment to empirical science, technical thinking, merit, and individualism, engineering culture allocates what it sees as political issues…to the realm of the social and subjective.”    

Though some scholars argue that engineering culture upholds hegemonic masculinity, Serron and her team take a different approach, arguing that it is not specifically “hegemonic masculinity” that hurts women but rather “meritocratic ideology.”

In a similar vein, also from Campus Reform:

Meritocracy is a ‘tool of whiteness,’ claims math professor

Engineers baffled by ‘microaggression’ workshop at conference

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