Gender and Occupational Outcomes: Longitudinal Assessments of Individual, Social, and Cultural Influences

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Helen M. G. Watt, Jacquelynne S. Eccles
American Psychological Association, 2008 - Psychology - 384 pages
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Gender and occupational outcomes: an introduction / Helen M.G. Watt -- Mathematics as the critical filter? -- Gender, mathematics achievement, and the educational and occupational aspirations of Canadian youth / Jennifer D. Shapka, José F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating -- Mathematics as the critical filter: curricular effects on gendered career choices / Xin Ma and Willis Johnson -- Psychological processes and gendered participation in math, science and technology-based careers -- What motivates females and males to pursue sex-stereotyped careers? / Helen M.G. Watt -- Gendered high school course selection as a precursor of gendered careers: the mediating role of self-concept and intrinsic value / Gabriel Nagy ... [et al.] -- Testing for time-invariant and time-varying predictors of self-perceived ability in math, language arts, and science: a look at the gender factor / Barbara M. Byrne -- A sociomotivational analysis of gender effects on persistence in science and technology: a 5-year longitudinal study / Simon Larose ... [et al.] -- The importance of family considerations, family, and biology in gendered career choices -- Is the desire for a family-flexible job keeping young women out of male-dominated occupations? / Pamela M. Frome ... [et al.] -- Gender-typed occupational choices: the long-term impact of parents' beliefs and expectations / Christina S. Chhin, Martha M. Bleeker, and Janis E. Jacobs -- Biological contributors to gendered occupational outcome: prenatal androgen effects on predictors of outcome / Sheri A. Berenbaum and Kristina L. Korman Bryk -- Social and institutional constraints on women's career development -- Gendered occupational outcomes from multilevel perspectives: the case of professional training and work in Turkey / Ahu Tatlı, Mustafa Özbilgin, and Fatma Küskü -- Advancing women faculty in science and engineering: an effort in institutional transformation / Abigail Stewart and Danielle LaVaque-Manty -- The continuing technological revolution: a comparison of three regions' strategies for creating women-inclusive workplaces / Christina M. Vogt.

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Contents

An Introduction
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Gender Mathematics Achievement and
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Psychological Processes and Gendered Participation in Math
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