Women in the professions: what's all the fuss about? Edited by Linda S. Fidell and John DeLamater.
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Discrimination dans l'emploi -- Amérique.
Femmes -- Droits.
Femmes -- Travail -- Amérique.
Women in the professions -- Soviet Union.
Women in the professions -- United States.
Women in the professions.
Sage contemporary social science issues ; 8.
144 pages 22 cm.
Originally appeared as a special issue of American behavioral scientist, volume 15, numbers 2, Nov./Dec. 1971.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
On the status of women: an assessment and introduction / John DeLamater and Linda S Fidell -- Why can't women be more like men: a summary of the sociopsychological factors hindering women's advancement in the professions / Jane Prather -- A regional approach for analyzing the recruitment of academic women / Joyce M. Mitchell and Rachel R. Starr -- Nonacademic professional political scientists / Irene Tinker -- An analysis of femininity in nursing / Victoria Wilson -- Male managers' attitudes toward working women / Bernard M. Bass, Judith Krusell and Ralph A Alexander -- Sex discrimination against the American working woman / Teresa Levitin, Robert P. Quinn and Graham L. Staines -- Soviet women in the work force and professions / William M. Mandel -- Women in the professional caucuses / Ruth M. Oltman.
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