Women versus Men: Stereotyping in the Workplace

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Women versus Men: Stereotyping in the Workplace
This paper is a review of the research on women versus men n the workplace; it is certainly an area that has intrigued social psychologists. The paper explores some of the key concepts, as they arise, and also looks at the major methodologies; the essay shall similarly review what the final results tend to be from the scholarly literature. In the end, women do apparently face challenges and stereotypes – but we have to wonder at the motivations of various feminist studies in these areas and whether such studies are giving us a full picture of things.
There are various concepts that leap to mind when we look at stereotyping in the workplace. One of these concepts is meta-stereotyping or how...
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