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Feminists were caught on camera destroying a conservative group's pro-life memorial

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Published on 09 Nov 2021 / In Homo / LGBTQP Agenda
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slam 19 days ago

Sex differences in PISA: Some counterintuitive results

Speaker: Gerhard Meisenberg
Co-author: Michael A. Woodley of Menie

Sex differences in school achievement and intelligence are often believed to depend on socioeconomic and cultural factors. Specifically, the expectation is that the extent to which female emancipation has been achieved in countries is reflected either in rising female relative to male achievement, or that the ability profile of females becomes more similar to that of males as females penetrate into previously male-dominated social and economic niches. The present study examines these predictions by analyzing the results of the PISA (Program of International Student Assessment) tests of mathematics, science and reading, administered to 15-year-olds in a three-year cycle from 2000 to 2012. The study looked at three outcome measures:
1. Overall performance (math, science and reading averaged) of females relative to males. In the large majority of countries, females outperform males.
2. Gender-typicality of achievement profiles. Typically, males are somewhat better at math (1.5 points on the IQ scale), females are far better at reading (5 points on the IQ scale), and sex differences in science are minimal.
3. Score variability assessed as the ♂/♀ variance ratio. Males are more variable than females in the large majority of countries. Of the three outcomes, the female advantage in overall achievement is greatest in the Muslim countries of North Africa and the Middle East as well as the ex-Communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and virtually non-existent in Latin America. Other world regions fall in between. Its relationship to measures of social and economic development is near-zero. Although unrelated to composite measures of female empowerment, the female overperformance tends to be positively related to the endorsement of male dominance, according to the World Values Survey. The gender-typicality of achievement profiles varies little among world regions and is virtually unrelated to development indicators and measures of female empowerment or emancipation. It tends to be slightly lower in countries with pro-family attitudes, and slightly greater in countries where people believe that both husband and wife should contribute to family income. The variance ratio is higher (more gender-dimorphic) in economically and socially more “advanced” countries, but does not vary systematically with measures of gender roles and gender-related attitudes. The results show that sex differences in school achievement are quite stable across countries. Neither economic development nor the progress of female emancipation or empowerment have been successful at virilizing female achievement levels or achievement profiles.

Taken from the London Conference on Intelligence (2016)

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slam
slam 19 days ago

Its not these naifs, its the ones that are teaching them. The post-modernist philosophers and feminists are to blame.
On a secondary note, I'll bet these 'my body, my choice' are 100% vacc'd.

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Desertdueler
Desertdueler 20 days ago (edited)

A good crack across the heads with baseball bats, their contributions to society are finished.

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Soldier1
Soldier1 20 days ago

Jews.

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Salty556
Salty556 20 days ago

Probably sharking too! It's just a matter of time.

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