Are women different and why are women thought to be different? Theoretical and methodological perspectives

Journal of Business Ethics 9 (4-5):257 - 266 (1990)
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The existing literature on gender differences and stereotyping is reviewed in this article. Three theoretical perspectives are discussed: person-centred, organization-centred, and gender context, followed by a review concerning both the findings of the research, a critique of the research methodologies used, and suggestions for future research. The article concludes by suggesting other areas in the field of women in management to which little if any attention has been drawn and recommending some research methodologies which would be applied.
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