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15 April 2024

N    05:47  Matthew Effect‎‎ 5 changes history +2,861 [Pyrope‎ (5×)]
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04:56 (cur | prev) +2,568 Pyrope talk contribs (Created page with "The Matthew Effect, coined by sociologist Robert K. Merton, refers to the phenomenon where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, or more specifically, where those who already have an advantage tend to accumulate more advantages, while those who are disadvantaged struggle to catch up. This concept derives its name from the Gospel of Matthew, specifically the passage "For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath no...")
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N    05:30  Matilda Effect‎‎ 2 changes history +1,373 [Pyrope‎ (2×)]
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05:00 (cur | prev) +1,320 Pyrope talk contribs (Created page with "The "Matilda Effect" is a concept coined by science historian Margaret Rossiter, inspired by suffragist Matilda Joslyn Gage. It refers to the systematic undervaluation and underrecognition of the contributions of women in academia and science, particularly in cases where their work is attributed to male colleagues or supervisors. In many fields, women have historically faced significant barriers to entry and advancement, leading to disparities in recognition, funding, a...")