Unequal pay sexual harassment sexism tracking to

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unequal pay, sexual harassment, sexism, tracking to certain kinds of jobs, the “feminization” of jobs, the glass ceiling, and more. When women do obtain positions that are typically dominated by men, they face enormous pressure. There is a sense that all women will be judged based on their performance, and they are often caught in a Catch-22 with regard to their behavior. If they “act just like a man,” they are seen as unfeminine and somehow unattractive; if they exhibit more feminine qualities, they are seen as “not tough enough.” Men working in female-dominated fields don’t seem to face the same scrutiny and challenges. In fact, studies show that such men advance more quickly (via the glass escalator ”) than their female counterparts. The “ glass ceiling ” refers to the invisible limit on women's climb up the occupational ladder What happens when the number of women in a given profession starts to increase?
QUIZ NOTES: The interview with Paula England highlights the changing gender dynamics of relationships for college students. According to England, what is unequal about the hook-up culture?
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