Subtle sexism: current practice and prospects for change
Systematically examining and documenting the range of discriminatory behaviour that many women experience on a daily basis, the editor of this volume demonstrates how subtle sexism devalues women and limits their work. Nijole V Benokraitis also explains how these practices can be challenged and changed.
The four parts cover: the continuing significance of sexism; subtle sexism in organizational settings; subtle sexism as social control; and how to change subtle sexism practices.
What people are saying - Write a review
Sex Discrimination in the 21st Century
Up Close and Personal
Research Design and Data Collection
11 other sections not shown