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Perceptions of Multi-contextual Leadership Roles: Reflecting on Gendered ...
Liesl D. Hutchins-Eberhardt
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01 Table affirmative action attitudes and temperaments Brenner CATHERWOOD LIBRARY characteristics more commonly commonly ascribed confirming the hypothesis corporate structural changes degree of resemblance description of Women fifteen years ago gender blind glass ceiling influenced by stereotypical Insert Table Intraclass Coefficients Managers large and significant male counterparts males and females management position managerial job managerial position managerial ranks managerial success Managers and Women managers are perceived masculine mean item ratings median age middle line managers necessary for managerial nonsignificant resemblance perceived to possess positions of power power and influence Procedure The sample progress of women psychological barriers ratings of Women REQUISITE MANAGEMENT CHARACTERISTICS Research Study Results and Implications role stereotypical thinking Sample and Procedure selection and promotion sex role stereotypes sex-typed significant resemblance significantly Source Males Managers STEREOTYPES AND REQUISITE successful middle managers temperaments more commonly Think Male Think Manager three forms type the managerial women in management women managers