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Women In Ufology

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 05:38:50 -0400
Archived: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 05:38:50 -0400
Subject: Women In Ufology




Source: Women In Ufology

http://www.womeninufology.com/

Undated



Welcome to Women in Ufology!

On this site

You will learn about the many brilliant Women active in ufology
today and serving the UFO community. Women are deeply engaged in
solving the greatest question of our time=97the mystery of UFOs.

The Women featured on this site bring both intellectual and
practical skills. They are available as conference speakers, as
media guests, as artists, designers and filmmakers, to serve on
boards of UFO organizations, as case investigators, consultants,
regression therapists, writers, and in a variety of other
capacities.

The purpose of Women in Ufology is to inform those members of
the UFO community who may not be aware of the many accomplished
Women working in ufology today. Conference promoters, media
hosts, leaders in the UFO community=97this site will help YOU! We
believe you will be amazed at the wealth of talent and
experience you will find among the Women described here.

To the left are the names of the Women listed on this site.
Click the name to see the biographies, works, philosophy,
contact information and availability of each. Click and learn!


[More at site... thanks to 'The Norm' for the lead and he
comments:

"If one examines the research interests of these listed "women
in ufology", it is clear that many of them are particularly
interested in the topics of "abudctees" and "experiencers".

Is it reasonable to hypothesize that a disproportionately large
number of "women in ufology", compared to "men in ufology", have
a focused interest in abduction and experiencer phenomena? Is
there any actual empirical evidence to support this hypothesis?
Are there any modifying factors of such a relationship, e.g.,
age, education level?

If a relationship between female gender of ufologists and a high
degree of interest in abduction/experiencer phenomena actually
exists, what does it mean?

Is it partly because women (in general) are more likely than men
to be abductees or experiencers?"]



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