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The Handbook of Gender and Work is a entire synthesis of present literature and data concerning gender in organizations.
A multinational team of top students and researchers from around the disciplines examines the impact of gender (on its personal and with different elements) at the behavior of labor and the jobs and event of individuals within the office.
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12) In Hurtado's view, this has resulted in a "dual construction of womanhood . . [in which] the definition of woman is constructed differently for white women and for women of Color" (p. 13). Sidanius and Pratto (in press), in their social dominance theory, argue that men in subordinated racial groups are likely to experience greater discrimination than women in the same groups. As does Hurtado, they use an argument based on sexuality and reproductive strategies to claim that discrimination by dominant men against both dominant and subordinated women is motivated by the desire to control rather than to weaken or to harm.
S. national survey data, Gay and Tate (1998) found that most Black women strongly identified on the basis of both race and gender and that the two were positively correlated. However, the researchers found that, overall, Black women's political attitudes were better predicted by racial than by gender identification, a possible explanation of why Black and White women often view gender issues differently. Aries et al. (1998) found that group racial composition affected college students' awareness of their own gender; for men their gender was most salient when they were in the racial minority, whereas for women it was more salient when they were in the racial majority.
Two of its major orthogonal dimensions are masculinity, with endpoints at M + (ambitious-dominant) and M - (lazy-submissive), and femininity, with endpoints at F+ (warm-agreeable) and F - (cold-quarrelsome) (McCreary &: Korabik, 1994). 2. The Differentiated Multidimensional Gender-Role Model NOTE: M+ = desirable agency; F+ = desirable communion; M - = too little agency; F- = too little communion; UA = unmigitated agency; UC = unmigitated communion. too little of the other gender-role domain) as unmitigated agency (UA) and unmitigated communion (UC), respectively.