Homophily or the Queen Bee Syndrome

@article{Cooper1997HomophilyOT,
  title={Homophily or the Queen Bee Syndrome},
  author={Virginia W. Cooper},
  journal={Small Group Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={28},
  pages={483 - 499}
}
Nontraditional and traditional women were placed into groups, with both nontraditional and traditional women as leaders, and assigned a simple sorting task. Results indicate that (a) nontraditional women evaluated female leadership in general more positively than did traditional women, (b) traditional women responded more positively to their own experience of traditional leadership than did nontraditional women, and (c) nontraditional women responded more positively to their own experience of… 
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