PSY 202 FINAL quiz 5
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One study of workers (Dittman-Kohli, 2005) says that established professionals are characterized by “higher work satisfaction, positive work motivation, social and professional expertise, mature social relations, and responsibility." To which group(s) of established professionals does this conclusion…show more content…
As a child, Gail loved to visit the local airport. She earned her pilot’s license before she graduated from high school, and later she pursued a career in the military as a fighter pilot. In her military flight school class, Gail is one of only two females. Her skills at flying jet aircraft match those of her better male classmates. However, some of her classmates frequently make negative comments—for example, that women should not be allowed to fly as combat pilots. According to the textbook, these comments come from personal perceptions that are related to …
a phenomenon found only in the military.
occupational gender segregation.
an incident related only to pilots. Instructor Explanation:
This answer can be found in your textbook, in Section 8.5, “Occupational Gender Segregation,” and in the chapter's Key Terms.
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Margaret has accepted a new position as branch manager for a local bank. She is a skilled turn-around leader who, in past leadership positions, has converted other failing institutions into profitable ones. However, the branch she is about to join includes only 2 women out of 15 total employees. Instead of viewing Margaret as a strong leader, the male employees may perceive her as leadership style as …
a willingness to compromise.
soft and flexible.