Effects of Science Fiction on Eleventh-Grade Girls’ Interest in Entering STEM Fields

Diana Krueger

The proposed study will test the hypothesis that the consumption of assigned science fiction materials will impact eleventh-grade girls’ science identities such that they become more likely to consider careers in STEM. If the study strengthens the belief in the hypothesis that an arts-based strategy in high school leads to an increase in girls’ interest in STEM fields, then this strategy is promising for increasing the number of women employed in STEM in the future.

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