Impact of Gender Discrimination and Patriarchal Attitude On Women In Educational Institute (India)

Amir Bavarsad Omidian

Abstract


Gender bias remains a serious issue in the workplace. In order to begin responding to this complex issue, we need to isolate the factors in which influence these inequalities. So as to show differences in attitudes, the two sex of the applicant and the prospective occupations were inflated. The hypothesis is that, in comparison to liberals, conservatives would be unlikely to hire men and women for gender atypical positions than male or female stereotypical positions.


Full Text:

PDF

References


Heilman, M. E., & Wallen, A. S. (2010). Wimpy and undeserving of respect: Penalties for men's gender-inconsistent success. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46(4), 664-667.

Gary N. Powell, Laura M. Graves (2003). Women and Men in Management. SAGE publication.

Alice H Eagly, Anne E Beall, Robert J Sternberg ,(2004). The psychology of gender. Guilford Press, New York.

Henslin, James M. (2001). Essentials of Sociology. Taylor & Francis. pp. 65–67, 240.

Malti-Douglas, Fedwa (2007). Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender. Detroit: Macmillan.

Wood, Julia. (2005), Gendered Lives. 6th. Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, Belmont, CA:


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.