Corpus ID: 155045741

The Status of Women in the States

@inproceedings{Caiazza2002TheSO,
  title={The Status of Women in the States},
  author={Amy B. Caiazza},
  year={2002}
}
The labyrinth to leadership: A multicase study
An Analysis of Paid Family and Sick Leave Advocacy in Louisiana: Lessons Learned.
  • P. Raabe, K. Theall
  • Medicine
  • Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
  • 2016
TLDR
The initiative in Louisiana may provide insights for paid leave advocacy elsewhere and fit the Center's original expectations that communicating about the important health and other benefits of paid family and sick leaves, and developing support for state-wide policies, would be a long process-but one important to begin. Expand
Millennial women in leadership: A new generation of women still facing gender inequalities in business leadership
.................................................................................................................................. xi Chapter 1. The ProblemExpand
The Paradox of Protestantism and Women in Elected Office in the United States
ABSTRACT In cross-national studies, scholars have found that wealthy countries and those with a Protestant tradition are more likely to have higher levels of women in elected office. Even though theExpand
AN ANALYSIS OF THE GENDER GAP IN UTAH POLITICS
Utah ranks last for female political participation in the United States, according to the Institute for Women’s Policy and Research. This study seeks to understand what factors contribute to theExpand
Gender Equality and Health in High-Income Countries: A Systematic Review of Within-Country Indicators of Gender Equality in Relation to Health Outcomes
TLDR
Assessment of within-country indicators of gender equality in public health studies and the extent to which these are related to health outcomes revealed heterogeneity in the way gender equality has been measured as a multidimensional construct. Expand
Gender, Entry, and Victory in State Legislative Primary Elections
ABSTRACT Extant research on gender, context, and representation in the United States reveals women remain underrepresented as candidates, winners, and throughout political institutions. To betterExpand
Invisible yet powerful: the unseen obstacles women leaders face in their hospitality careers
Abstract Women in the hospitality industry face many different challenges in advancing their careers. This study conducted in-depth interviews with fourteen women in hospitality leadership positionsExpand
Newsroom Representation and Discrimination Against Female Journalists in Ghana
In journalism, there are still growing concerns about the ratio of men to women, even though women's presence in the newsroom have increased progressively. The issues of gender stereotyping andExpand
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A one-piece guard preferably comprised of extruded plastic is positionable in a poultry cage and extends longitudinally thereof, generally perpendicular to the opposed end walls. The upper margin ofExpand
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