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  • noun

Synonyms for sexism

sexual discrimination

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discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of the opposite sex

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It then examines some of the shortcomings of these questionnaires and of the interview questions, in light of feminist perspectives on the study of gender bias in the legal profession.
The goal, therefore, was to work toward allaying gender bias and, in the process, encourage preservice teachers' personal growth.
Two social issues that have been shown to be major challenges in secondary schools are gender bias (Sadker & Sadker, 1994) and homophobia (American Association of University Women Educational Foundation, 1993).
Manuscripts were required to be of high literary quality, culturally authentic, and free of race and gender bias.
That is why gender bias has been labeled "the hidden bias.
Kammer says the prison metaphor is simply a dramatic way to make a valid point: Men often fail to see their problems as related to gender bias because they have been taught that they are the powerful sex.
Stobo is repeatedly asked to share his insights on topics such as rising health care costs, rising number of uninsured, shrinking reimbursement for providers, patients' rights, medical workforce shortages, professionalism among health care practitioners, humanistic patient care, building pride and boosting employee morale, eradicating gender bias, and building diversity in the health care workforce.
Simmons Study Says Organizations Must be Aware of Subtle Gender Bias that Impedes Women's Advancement
GENDER bias, stereotyping and segmentation of duties are primary reasons for women comprising just 6.
O'Rourke stressed he hasn't seen evidence of gender bias among his credit union clients -- they hire based on talent, not gender, he said.
The bonus should be determined by average gender bias in teaching evaluations at their institution or national averages.
In this project, we investigate the extent and sources of gender bias in grant reviewing schemes, using ERC Starting Grants and Advanced Grants as case studies.
para]]--CHOP Researcher Finds Striking Gender Bias in National Patient Registries --[[/para]]
These patterns of workplace gender bias were also described by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant in a series of articles in The New York Times.
Gender Bias in Mystery and Romance Novel Publishing