April 15 2015
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Title/Author(s) | Gender and Behavior Stereotypes.Omoyibo, K.U., (PhD). Egharevha, E.M., (PhD) and Iyanda, O.E. (2010). | Men, Women, and Managers:Emily, E.Duehr., and Joyce E. Bono. (2006). |
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Purpose of Study:What's the author’s rationale for selecting this topic? Does he build a strong case? | The position and empowerment of women in rural Nigeria and gender implication. The rights to equal participation, promotion and decision making is at stake at all levels especially in rural counties. Many women have suffered traumatic experiences from categorization that has transformed itself in gender inequality and discrimination. The need for understanding the position of women's right to equality and empowerment are fundamental reason for a course of action of the various stereotypes of women that has penetrated many ethnic groups in Nigeria. The author's have demonstrated a strong case by raising the awareness for people to understand what the women in Nigeria are confronted with. The lack of participation in decision making, empowerment and gender issues. | Are stereotypes finally changing? The author's did a research study in other to understand gender and management stereotypes of male and female managers and students. A considerably amount of change over the past 30 years of perceptions of women and successful managers and unwavering support for task oriented leadership traits for women. Only a slight change was noticed for male students similar to that of male managers 15 years ago. Participants with positive past experiences with female managers scored women even higher on management characteristics than men. Women in U.S. had a steady increased on...