Attitudes toward women in managerial positions: the effects of ambivalent sexism, patriarchy and gender differences on these attitudes

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2001
Beydoğan, Başak

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B. Beydoğan, “ Attitudes toward women in managerial positions: the effects of ambivalent sexism, patriarchy and gender differences on these attitudes,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2001.