Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace (Research in the by Christine Williams

By Christine Williams

This quantity good points sociological study and conception on gender and sexuality within the office, and identifies how enterprises can in achieving a gender-balanced and sexually-diverse workforce. whereas deciding on features of labor businesses that experience made vital strides to attaining equality within the office, articles additionally aspect how girls and sexual minorities proceed to stand discrimination, harassment, and exclusion. specified consciousness is paid to how race and sophistication form the event of discrimination for those teams. subject matters mentioned are wide-ranging and comprise: gender discrimination and the salary hole; sexual minorities (LGBT workers); homophobic and "gay pleasant" offices; sexual harassment; intercourse within the office; intercourse paintings and intercourse employees; gender fairness rules; transgender employees; women and men in non-traditional jobs; occupational gender segregation; and gender distinction in paintings hours. The examine within the Sociology of labor sequence is proud to put up the works of latest and validated students on those very important subject matters, together with either quantitative and qualitative stories, in addition to assessment essays that set the schedule for destiny sociological research. learn more... creation / Christine L. Williams and Kirsten Dellinger -- being concerned, curing, and the group: black masculinity in a feminized occupation / Adia Harvey Wingfield -- activity delight: influence of gender, race, employee skills, and paintings context / Dina Banerjee and Carolyn C. Perrucci -- "Not one of many guys": girls cooks redefining gender within the culinary / Deborah A. Harris and Patti A. Giuffre -- ladies in strength and gender salary inequality: the case of small companies / Andrew Penner and Harold J. Toro-Tulla -- Navigating the limits: military ladies in education / Stacie R. Furia -- Gendered visual appeal norms: an research of employment discrimination complaints, 1970-2008 / Mary Nell Trautner and Samantha Kwan -- Gender variance within the Fortune 500: the inclusion of gender id and expression in nondiscrimination company coverage / Christin L. Munsch and C. Elizabeth Hirsh -- speak, contact, and intolerance: sexual harassment in an brazenly sexualized paintings tradition / Karla A. Erickson -- Sexual harassment and gendered organizational tradition in jap agencies / Kumiko Nemoto -- Fierce bitches on Tranny Lane: gender, sexuality, tradition, and the closet in subject matter park parades / David Orzechowicz -- Making India the "mother destination": outsourcing hard work to Indian surrogates / Sharmila Rudrappa

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Dude, you’re a fag! Adolescent masculinity and the fag discourse. Sexualities, 8(3), 329–346. Pierce, J. (1995). Gender trials: Emotional lives in contemporary law firms. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Williams, C. (1989). Gender differences at work: Women and men in nontraditional occupations. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Williams, C. (1992). The glass escalator: Hidden advantages for men in the ‘‘female’’ professions. Social Problems, 39(3), 253–267. Williams, C.

Sexualities, 8(3), 329–346. Pierce, J. (1995). Gender trials: Emotional lives in contemporary law firms. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Williams, C. (1989). Gender differences at work: Women and men in nontraditional occupations. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Williams, C. (1992). The glass escalator: Hidden advantages for men in the ‘‘female’’ professions. Social Problems, 39(3), 253–267. Williams, C. (1995). Still a man’s world: Men who do women’s work. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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