So, it would appear that the attainment of formal qualifications may ease women's access to this traditionally masculinized
sector, but relatively few will overcome tacit gendered barriers and so, sustain progression within careers or break out into entrepreneurial venturing (Holmes, 2007; King, 2008; Wynarczyk & Renner, 2006).
Women could move into middle management, but the culture was highly masculinized
and bureaucratic, and this, the respondents reported, reduced their passion for their work (Blackmore & Sachs, 2003).
The present project was planned to determine the dose of 17-a-methyltestosterone and optimum dietary protein level in order to obtain all masculinized
Nile tilapia (O.
A strong, masculinized
woman may be more in harmony with the purist utopian doctrines, but most feminist utopians are versatile enough to accept a feminine woman--so long as she replaces a man in a way that undermines traditional patriarchy and expands the state as women's protector and provider.
In the Introduction, she notes that "feminist biblical study, whether conducted by women or by men, still tends to represent masculinized
values seep into every dimension of IT work, a "fact of life" that is not lost on the women trying to establish themselves in what, in their experience, is a deeply hostile and alien world.
females were larger than males and females, with a heavier shell and a significant larger weight of the soft parts.
Bender's principal observation about this is that faction fights engendered even more masculinized
leadership and imagery than earlier.
Rather, it's that some part of a stone butch's body or some part of the sexual interaction has to take into account a desire to be masculinized
By feminization, I refer to a shift wherein highly masculinized
corporate bodies appropriate values and qualities traditionally ascribed within the Western gender order as distinctly feminine.
It is this very necessary division that enables her to "make the world [her] household" and to survive the hierarchical, alienating, and highly masculinized
world of evangelism (56).
Thus, she tells us that as a 'feminine narrator', Ada Pryer 'radically modifie[d] the masculinized
iconography familiar to her imperial readers' (p.