Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation

Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation

Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation

Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation

Synopsis

Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation challenges the myth of androgynous work and presents cutting-edge research on "brainsex" and its effects on personality, education and choice. It examines intra-sex differences as well as male-female differences and similarities, and targets job attributes, work flexibility, long term life planning, home-work conflict, prestige versus occupational interest, and intrinsic motivational mechanisms to explain the relative failure of intervention policies to date.
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