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Through the labyrinth: The truth about how women become leaders.
Despite real progress, women remain rare enough in elite positions of power that their presence still evokes a sense of wonder. In Through the Labyrinth, Alice Eagly and Linda Carli examine whyExpand
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The female leadership advantage: An evaluation of the evidence
Abstract Journalists and authors of trade books increasingly assert a female advantage in leadership, whereby women are more likely than men to lead in a style that is effective under contemporaryExpand
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Women and the labyrinth of leadership.
Two decades ago, people began using the "glass ceiling" catchphrase to describe organizations' failure to promote women into top leadership roles. Eagly and Carli, of Northwestern University andExpand
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Gender, language, and influence
Mixed- and same-sex dyads were observed to examine effects of gender composition on language and of language on gender differences in influence. Ss discussed a topic on which they disagreed. WomenExpand
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Gender, Interpersonal Power, and Social Influence
This article reviews research on gender differences in power and their effect on social influence. Evidence indicates that men generally possess higher levels of expert and legitimate power thanExpand
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Gender and Social Influence
This review article reveals that men are generally more influential than women, although the gender difference depends on several moderators. Relative to men, women are particularly less influentialExpand
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Gender differences in interaction style and influence.
Observed 128 Ss in mixed- and same-sex dyads to examine effect of interaction on sex differences in influence. Ss discussed 2 topics on which they disagreed. During the 2nd discussion, t S in eachExpand
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Gender, Hierarchy, and Leadership: An Introduction
Although women’s status has improved remarkably in the 20th century in many societies, women continue to lack access to power and leadership compared with men. This issue reviews research and theoryExpand
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Finding gender advantage and disadvantage: Systematic research integration is the solution.
Abstract In this article, we respond to Vecchio's [Leadersh. Q., 14 (2003)] critique of Eagly and Carli's [Leadersh. Q., 14 (2003)] arguments concerning female leaders' relative advantage andExpand
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