Sex, Gender, and Decisions Exploring the Cognitions and Choices that Result in Differential Outcomes

@inproceedings{Wieland2012SexGA,
  title={Sex, Gender, and Decisions Exploring the Cognitions and Choices that Result in Differential Outcomes},
  author={Alice M. Wieland},
  year={2012}
}
To date, there has been much research related to sexism, discrimination, and biased evaluations of women for such traditionally masculine roles as management. If there are cues in the environment that suggest certain courses of action or occupational choices would likely lead to discrimination or would present significant barriers to obtaining desired outcomes, however, it is a rational and self-protective choice to select a different path. People normally won’t put themselves in situations… CONTINUE READING