Gender, social class, and women's employment

Volume: 18, Pages: 84 - 88
Published: Dec 1, 2017
Abstract
People in low-power positions, whether due to gender or class, tend to exhibit other-oriented rather than self-oriented behavior. Women's experiences at work and at home are shaped by social class, heightening identification with gender for relatively upper class women and identification with class for relatively lower class women, potentially mitigating, or even reversing, class-based differences documented in past research. Gender–class...
Paper Details
Title
Gender, social class, and women's employment
Published Date
Dec 1, 2017
Volume
18
Pages
84 - 88
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