Social Rules for Managing Attempted Interpersonal Domination in the Workplace: Influence of Status and Gender

@article{Wilson2001SocialRF,
  title={Social Rules for Managing Attempted Interpersonal Domination in the Workplace: Influence of Status and Gender},
  author={K. Wilson and Alfred Joseph Lizzio and Siegrid Zauner and C. Gallois},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={2001},
  volume={44},
  pages={129-154}
}
  • K. Wilson, Alfred Joseph Lizzio, +1 author C. Gallois
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology
  • Sex Roles
  • The present study utilized a social rules approach to investigate the relative influence of gender and status on managers' self-evaluations of their effectiveness in handling a dominating subordinate. In the first study 84 White middle-class participants identified the prescriptive and proscriptive rules for socially appropriate responding to a stimulus situation involving a pushy subordinate. Four rule sets were identified for female and male managers and subordinates, respectively. Rule-sets… CONTINUE READING
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