The Gendered Economy provides a readable and comprehensive approach to understanding the leverage points for removing barriers in the labour market facing women. It provides new material on the gendered nature of the economy, behavioural styles and career strategies. It presents alternative frameworks for balancing the scales of justice so that women have an improved opportunity to gain career success in the labour force.
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Table of Contents
IntroductionPART ONE: THE IMPACT OF CULTURE AND ECONOMIC STRUCTURESex Role Ideology, the Constitution and Gender Equality in the Labor ForceWomen, the Economy, and CareersPART TWO: SEX, GENDER, STEREOTYPES, AND SUCCESSGender Culture and SocializationSex-Role Spillover - with Phoebe Morgan Stambaugh Personal, Familial, and Organizational RolesGender, Success, and Behavioral/Leadership Styles - with Marcia Cech-SoucyCareers Linking Individuals to OrganizationsPART THREE: ALTERNATIVES FOR CHANGEThe Role of the Government and Business - with Kimberly FisherBalancing the Scales of Justice - with Deborah De Paoli Alternatives for Integrating Women's Personal Lives into the US EconomyPART FOUR: A CASE STUDY - WOMEN AND THE ECONOMY IN ARIZONAWomen, Work, and Careers in Arizona - with Marcia Cech-Soucy, Deborah De Paoli and Kimberly FisherConsensus Statements and Recommendations of the Fifth Arizona Women's Town Hall