Men, Women, and Leadership Centralization in Groups Over Time.

@article{Berdahl2005MenWA,
  title={Men, Women, and Leadership Centralization in Groups Over Time.},
  author={Jennifer L. Berdahl and Cameron P. Anderson},
  journal={Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={45-57}
}
The authors propose a model for predicting the emergence of group norms from the demographic composition of groups. They use this model to study gender and leadership centralization in groups over time. Results from 2 longitudinal studies were consistent with their predictions: (a) Women, more than men, preferred equality norms in groups; (b) all-male and majority-male groups had relatively centralized leadership structures; (c) all-female groups had relatively decentralized leadership… 

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