The Effect of Coeducation on Trinity College. Devon MacGillivray. Purpose of Research:
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“In coeducational institutions, the gender demographics affect campus climate outside of the classroom, as well as inside of it; it is important to investigate how coeducation of women affected the gender demographics of student majors, by potentially further developing female-dominated majors, or bridging the gap to male-dominated fields.”
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