Description Of A Course Coordinator

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Degree programme and year of study (e.g. BA IBFE, 2nd year)
Course code
Course title
Name of Course Coordinator
Title of assignment (as given by the Course Coordinator)
What is management?
Management is the process of ensuring that an organization or company is able to operate in both the immediate and near future.
Managers are charged with making decisions that will impact an organization on every level. How you determine a good manager
A key to successful management is the relationship between the manager and his or her staff. It’s the manner in which managers manage people that separates the ordinary from the good and the exceptional.
Good relationships
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But gender involves much more than difference, it also involves power and hierarchy, because in most societies men enjoy a disproptionate share of most social resources
Gemder role refers to learning and performing the socially accepted charachterisitcs for a given sex. The content of this amy differ enormously across cultures.
Gender performance refers to the ways of doing gender, the ways in which masculinities and feminities are acted out.
“A perosn’s gender is not simply an aspect of what one is but,more fundamentally ,it si something that one does,and does recurrently in interaction with others” (West and Zimmerman,1987: 125)
Gender stratification: refers to a society’s unequal distribution of wealth,power and privielege between sexes, emtsils numerous disadvantages for women.Although most women are now paid in the labour force, a majority of working women hold low-paying , a majority of working women hold low-paying hold low-paying clerical or service jobs.
Historically, many societies have rested upon a belief in the innate superiority of males who, therefore, legitimately dominate females.
Women highly concentrated in jobs that are less challenging and that offers relatively low pay,
Thw workplace reinforces the male identity Just as adultfemale lives often become swaped by thinking about ‘their children’,so male lives become overwhelmed by ‘their work’- seeking success in
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