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Gender News Articles: Work and Organizations

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Oct 10 2017 | Posted In: STEM, Technology, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Existing research and policy often focus on building women’s technical skills—or at least their confidence in their technical skills—necessary to succeed in tech jobs. However, new research conducted by scholars at the Clayman Institute finds the cultural image of tech as a space for coding-...
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Jun 15 2017 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, Leadership, Technology, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Technology is the definitive industry of the twenty-first century. It drives innovation, and fuels a significant portion of the global economy. Yet the tech industry faces severe criticism for its underrepresentation of women and its failure to recruit, retain, and promote women.
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Jun 9 2017 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Medicine, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Professional jobs provide different opportunities in the new, twenty-first century economy than they did in previous decades. In her recent talk co-sponsored by the Clayman Institute and the Sociology Department’s Migration, Race, Ethnicity, and Nation Workshop, Adia Harvey Wingfield, Professor of...
May 17 2017 | Posted In: Academia, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
What sociologist Arlie Hochschild called women’s “emotion work”—“the management of feeling to create a publicly observable facial and bodily display”—is a permanent feature in society, largely resulting from industrialization. But its form changes with respect to the shifting socio-economic...
JoAnne Wehner presents at BBS
Mar 27 2017 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Bias in the workplace is pernicious because it operates in ways that people cannot see. Because it is so difficult to identify and diagnose, managers are oftentimes unable to pinpoint whether and how bias manifests in their own workplace. Furthermore, without compelling evidence, those who firmly...

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