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gender bias

Any difference in the amount of screening activities, diagnostic work-up, or aggressiveness of therapy, based on a person's sex
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Prior to conducting the four surveys and the 100 interviews, two students and I applied Sandra Harding's work on feminism and science (see, for example, Harding, 1986, 1987a, 1987b, 1990, 1991) to ask questions about how one might study gender bias in the legal profession from a feminist perspective (Brockman et al.
Other children's books with females in strong roles could be used to focus the listeners' attention on the question of whether gender bias in children's literature is less prevalent than it once was (Dellman-Jenkins, Florjancic, & Swadener, 1993).
For several reasons, teachers, administrators and parents may not know how prevalent gender bias is in early education.
However, when the kind of help was connected to perceived success in dealing with second generation gender bias, it was bosses, particularly male bosses, who were the most helpful.
I'm still a big supporter of free-market feminism: Gender bias and the wage gap will eventually disappear as companies that hire and promote women succeed over those that only leverage male resources.
The gender bias in referral and treatment suggests that diagnoses of underlying diseases are more likely to be delayed or missed altogether in short girls, and this suggests missed opportunities to address those conditions, not all of which require growth hormone treatment.
During the webinar, Murphy shared four patterns of gender bias with the group.
In my over 30 years in this field, I can honestly say I have never witness anything to suggest gender bias by pay for any reason other than what I have hypothesized.
It's a mistake to assume that gender bias is only or mainly about misogynists,'' said Susan Fiske, a psychology professor at Princeton University and the editor of the hurricane study.
Women may have come into politics in increasing numbers, but they are still prevented from succeeding by gender bias in the media.
Global Banking News-December 30, 2013--US court approves BAC's USD39m gender bias deal
Their research, published under the title Closing Doors, found gender bias in six subjects.