Exploring the Effect of Four Factors on Affirmative Action Programs for Women

  title={Exploring the Effect of Four Factors on Affirmative Action Programs for Women},
  author={Kim Sunhee and Kim, Seoyong},
  journal={Asian Journal of Women's Studies},
  pages={31 - 70}
Abstract Our study aims to explore determinants and mechanisms that support affirmative action programs (AAPs). Managing the programs and enhancing women's well-being in organizational life requires knowledge about support for AAPs. Although many studies have examined attitudes toward these, they have confined their scope of research to their particular theoretical disciplines. Our study analyzes the impact of four primary factors—gender, political factors, psychological factors, and social… 

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