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Attitudes toward women as managers with regard to sex education work and marital status


, : Attitudes toward women as managers with regard to sex education work and marital status. Psychological Reports 65(1): 347-350

Participants were 58 undergraduate and 55 MBA students who were administered the Women as Managers Scale. Analysis indicated that over-all, females rated women as managers more favorably than did males. Much of the difference was accounted for with the category of traits considered necessary to managerial success. Part-time workers and graduate students indicated more favorable attitudes. More specifically, male graduate students who worked part time indicated significantly more favorable attitudes in this category than those who worked full time and attended undergraduate school.


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