Workplace Gender Bias: Not Just Between Strangers
- An Empirical Examination of Inter-Ethnic Stereotypes: Comparing Asian American and African American Employees. Gilbert, Jackie; Carr-Ruffino, Norma; Ivancevich, John M.; Lownes-Jackson, Millicent // Public Personnel Management;Summer2003, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p251
This paper examines stereotypes that Individuals hold about Asian-American and African-American men and women. To explore the impact of stereotyping on jobs and promotions, our study is placed In the context of work situations and employment roles. Findings in a diverse student population of 127...
- Gender, social policy, and the future: Strategies for a partnership society. // Training & Development;Feb95, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p36
Discusses gender stereotypes and gender relations. Ecology; Population control; Socialization for violence; Discrimination.
- Eliminating stereotypes in the workplace. Glenn, David J. // Fairfield County Business Journal;8/25/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 34, p4
Reports on the elimination of stereotypes in the workplace. Identification of the stereotype; Avoiding generalizations.
- The persistence of gender inequality in Zimbabwe: factors that impede the advancement of women into leadership positions in primary schools. Chabaya, Owence; Rembe, Symphorosa; Wadesango, Newman // South African Journal of Education;May2009, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p235
We investigated and analysed the factors that worn en teachers consider as barriers to their advancement to headship positions in Zimbabwean primary schools. Specifically, we sought to identify the factors perceived by women school heads to be causes of persistent under-representation of women...
- THE UTILITY OF THE WAMS: SHOULDN'T IT RELATE TO DISCRIMINATORY BEHAVIOR. Cohen, Stephen L.; Leavengood, Sally // Academy of Management Journal;Dec78, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p742
The article presents information on a study that identifies the conditions under which differential treatment of males and females is less likely to occur in employment settings. The study notes a number of possible sources of discriminatory behavior. Also presented is an analysis of the...
- Gender Inequality in the Workforce: A Human Resource Management Quandary. Parcheta, Nicole; Kaifi, Belal A.; Khanfar, Nile M. // Journal of Business Studies Quarterly;Mar2013, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p240
Over the last 90 years women have battled to become equal with men in all aspects of life and work. Women have made enormous advances in education and career but equality in pay and promotions in the workplace still elude them. It is well documented, widely known and discussed that women earn...
- Teachers' Gender Stereotypes as Determinants of Teacher Perceptions in Elementary School Mathematics. Tiedemann, Joachim // Educational Studies in Mathematics;2002, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p49
This study analyzes the hypothesized biasing effect of teachers' gender stereotypes on their impressions of their students' competence and effort in mathematics. 48 teachers participated in the study and responded to the questionnaires concerning perceptions of about 300 of their third and...
- how AggRAVATiNg! // New Moon Girls;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p42
The article presents opinions on aggravating issues facing girls and women including one about gender bias, the lack of women in a book about famous faces, and stereotype terms referring to girls.
- The Depiction of Female and Male Professionals in Business Communication Textbooks. Pomerenke, Paula; Varner, Iris I.; Mallar, Suzanne // Business Communication Quarterly;Dec96, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p36
This study of textbooks in business communication focused on the number of times men and women were shown in photographs and the professional roles implied by their appearance and demeanor. While the numbers were in balance, the physical appearance and role portrayal perpetuated traditional...