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This article published by The Guardian is called “Gender toys could deter girls from career in engineering, report says” by Sale Weale. This article is about the different stereotypes that toys have and how they can affect the career choice of children. This article is mainly about how toys that have a focus in STEM are usually considered to be boy toys. According to an research done by the Institution of Engineering and Technology “toys with a science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) focus were three times as likely to be targeted at boys than girls.” They also stated that most of the toys seen on the girls aisles at stores were either pink and promoting to be stay at home mothers. The article mentions how this gender bias that exists in toys could have a great effect in the career choice of young girls because they are not exposed to careers in the STEM fields at an early age liked boys are. Reports of IET also stated that toys would be
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