Taeya M. Howell

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The authors investigate the employee features that, alongside overall voice expression, affect supervisors' voice recognition. Drawing primarily from status characteristics and network position theories, the authors propose and find in a study of 693 employees from 89 different credit union units that supervisors are more likely to credit those reporting(More)
Keywords: Gender and wage inequity Determinism Social role theory Implicit person theory a b s t r a c t Despite the rise of dual-income households in the United States and a narrowing of the nation's gender wage gap, we find that many men and women still prefer the husband to be the primary breadwinner. To help explain intra-marital wage preferences, we(More)
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