A Feminist Perspective on Sexual, Gender and Wage Discrimination in the Workplace

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Essay #: 064029
Total text length is 5,261 characters (approximately 3.6 pages).

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A Feminist Perspective of Sexual, Gender, and Wage Discrimination in the Workplace
This feminist study will examine the sexual, gender, and wage based discrimination that can occur within the workplace environment. By examining the common threat of sexual discrimination against women in the workplace, it can also be applied to men that are discriminated against through sexual advances. Also, gender-based bias by men and women in the workplace is another issue, typically involving a patriarchal system that does not often include women in middle or upper management. Finally, wage discrimination is often a discriminatory problem for women who do not get access to higher paying jobs because of their sex and gender.
In many ways, the feminist...
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.....he monetary means in which to advance herself and promote a better standard of living is crucial to understanding how pay wage grades help or detract from their progress to higher ranking positions. This is how age discrimination affects women in the workplace, providing some evidence the access to financial wealth is crucial means in which they can raise themselves to higher positions in the corporate environment.
References
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of the Civil Rights Act of 1964”. Retrieved November 11, 2010 from http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/statutes/titlevii.cfm
Treas, J. (2010). Dividing the domestic: Men, women, and household work in cross-national perspective. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.