Women at Work: A Documentation and Analysis of Women's Oral Testimonies Regarding Their Experiences With and Perceptions of Bias, Inequality, and the Glass Ceiling in the Professional WorldShow full item record
|Title||Women at Work: A Documentation and Analysis of Women's Oral Testimonies Regarding Their Experiences With and Perceptions of Bias, Inequality, and the Glass Ceiling in the Professional World|
|Abstract||For my Senior Honors Thesis, I documented and analyzed the bias and inequality of women in the workplace, specifically in the industries of public relations and mass communication. I examined how women perceive the glass ceiling and what they believe has changed regarding factors that contribute to a glass ceiling and the strategies they use to deal with inequalities and bias in the workplace. I chose to study this topic because I grew up with my mother working full-time and my father being a stay-at-home dad, without realizing that this was an unconventional family dynamic that did not follow stereotypes. Being exposed to powerful, influential working women throughout my life, I care deeply about women having the same opportunities as men.|
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