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Women and Leadership
Women and Leadership - Trends
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Americans believe women have the right stuff to be political leaders. When it comes to honesty, intelligence and a handful of other character traits they value highly in leaders, the public rates women superior to men, according to a new nationwide Pew Research Center Social and Demographic Trends survey. Nevertheless, a mere 6% of respondents in this survey of 2,250 adults say that, overall, women make better political leaders than men. About one-in-five (21%) say men make the better leaders, while the vast majority -- 69% -- say men and women make equally good leaders. The paradox embedded in these survey findings is part of a ...
"Gender" in common usage, refers to differences between men and women. The Encyclopedia Britannica notes that gender identity is "a person self-conception as being male or female, as opposed to real sex." Although "sex" is commonly used interchangeably with "sex" in the academic areas of cultural studies of gender studies, and social sciences in general, the term "gender" often refers to purely social rather than biological differences. Some women see it as a construct social rather than a biological phenomenon. According to wikipedia.com, the kind word comes from Middle English Gendre, a ... Read More
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2010 Women and Leadership Distinguished Service Awards Presentation Dearborn, MI
2010 Women and Leadership Distinguished Service Awards Presentation -- Part Two
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