Ch 12: Glass ceilings, cliffs, and escalators

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Across all academic fields -- STEM, humanities, and social sciences -- white and Asian men are found disproportionately in those believed to require "brilliance," whereas women and black and Latino men are more likely to pursue degrees that are believed to require hard work. Feminism, Social Science, Social Science Project, Sociology, Department Of Sociology, Academics, Beliefs, Degrees, Hard Work
Beliefs About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields - Sociological Images
Across all academic fields -- STEM, humanities, and social sciences -- white and Asian men are found disproportionately in those believed to require "brilliance," whereas women and black and Latino men are more likely to pursue degrees that are believed to require hard work.
Across all academic fields -- STEM, humanities, and social sciences -- white and Asian men are found disproportionately in those believed to require "brilliance," whereas women and black and Latino men are more likely to pursue degrees that are believed to require hard work. Career, Mathematics, My Brilliant Career
Beliefs About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields - Sociological Images
Across all academic fields -- STEM, humanities, and social sciences -- white and Asian men are found disproportionately in those believed to require "brilliance," whereas women and black and Latino men are more likely to pursue degrees that are believed to require hard work.
Even in female-dominated occupations, men out-earn comparable women... Registered Nurses, Employment, Registered Nurse, Salary, Reproductive Rights, Sample Survey, Sociology Class, Gender Equality, Registered
Chart of the Week: Male Nurses Outearn Female Ones Every Which Way - Sociological Images
Even in female-dominated occupations, men out-earn comparable women...
Students are more likely to think that their male than female professors are geniuses. Gender Studies, Political Science, Double Standards, Employee Performance Review, Rate My Professor, Gender Issues
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations - Sociological Images
Students are more likely to think that their male than female professors are geniuses.
Students are more likely to think that their male than female professors are geniuses.
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations - Sociological Images
Students are more likely to think that their male than female professors are geniuses.
What American Women Do For Work: Forty years ago, only 1 in 3 American workers was a woman. Today, it's 1 in 2. You know this already. But it raises interesting, subtler questions: What jobs did all those women get? And how did the gender breakdown change by industry over the past 40 years? This graph answers those questions. Infographics, Work Infographic, Social Justice Education, Social Studies Teacher, Creative Teaching, Social Studies Middle School
What American Women Do For Work
What American Women Do For Work: Forty years ago, only 1 in 3 American workers was a woman. Today, it's 1 in 2. You know this already. But it raises interesting, subtler questions: What jobs did all those women get? And how did the gender breakdown change by industry over the past 40 years? This graph answers those questions.
Female MBA graduates are offered less money than men even in the same industries. Humour, Back Pain, Side Effects, Tips, Fit, Simple Way, Menstrual, Workplace, Burnout
People Say The Wage Gap Exists Because Women Don’t Pick High-Paying Jobs. Here’s Proof They’re Wrong
Female MBA graduates are offered less money than men even in the same industries.
"Jill Abramson mattered at the New York Times not just because she was good at her job, or because she was apparently good for women at her job, but because she seeming didn't have to stop being Jill Abramson to be there.... And now, none of us are sure if that's still true." Lady, York, Gloria Steinem, Women's, Sexism, Feminist Men, Emily
Jill Abramson's ouster shows women that we still must be more than good | Emily Bell
"Jill Abramson mattered at the New York Times not just because she was good at her job, or because she was apparently good for women at her job, but because she seeming didn't have to stop being Jill Abramson to be there.... And now, none of us are sure if that's still true."
There are more men on corporate boards named John, Robert, William or James than there are women on boards altogether Personal Identity, Leadership, People, Raising, Guy Names, John Roberts, Williams James, Jezebel, Robert Williams
There are more men on corporate boards named John, Robert, William or James than there are women on boards altogether
There are more men on corporate boards named John, Robert, William or James than there are women on boards altogether
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s references to being a grandmother and speeches focused on women reflect a departure from her 2008 presidential campaign strategy. Normcore, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Presidential Campaign, Presidential, Campaign, Ny Times, Hillarious
Clinton ’16 Would Give Gender More of a Role Than Clinton ’08 Did (Published 2015)
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s references to being a grandmother and speeches focused on women reflect a departure from her 2008 presidential campaign strategy.