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Accepting a fact as scientific is not a simple matter of whether the methodology is sound - what matters is whether the science that underpins it is compatible with our stereotypes and prejudices. That is the key finding of a new study produced as part of ESRC research into social identity and discrimination by Professor Alex Haslam, of the School of Psychology, University of Exeter. Professor Haslam and Dr Michelle Ryan, also at Exeter, analysed reactions to previous research into women who have managed to break through the so-called glass ceiling into company boardrooms. This had found that those women who do make ...
I learn something new every day. I thought I had pretty much heard of all the ways that the glass metaphor had been used to describe the limitations on women in business, but turns out there are many other ways that glass imagery is used to describe female problems in business (see, e.g. previous posts on the glass ceiling, glass cutter awards and the Glass Hammer Network). This week we'll concentrate on the glass cliff; next week the "glass escalator", then the "glass bubble", and thence to the "glass elevator" and perhaps the "glass is always ... Read More
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