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Does gender matter? Transfer students' perceptions of their transition experiences.
This study focuses on the role of gender in the meaning-making processes of transfer students and their selection and use of institutional and non-institutional resources during their transitions to a new university. ...
Variations in the sociology of Islam and gender : a multi-level analysis of Islam and gender in majority Muslim contexts.
This dissertation answers two main questions: First, what is the relationship between Islam and gender? In other words, where can we find the intersection of religion and gender in the beliefs and actions of Muslims in a ...
Romantic partner selection in a religious marriage market.
Partnering is an inherently social process. Not only do social status characteristics provide markers of compatibility in the partner search, but the broader romantic proclivities, opportunities, and capacities that ...
Bane of Adam's rib : religious priming effects on sexism.
Previous research has indicated that sexism can be separated into factors of ambivalence – hostile and benevolent – to address the many issues that arise with discrimination against women. Whereas hostile sexism is openly ...
Double Bind: Women of Color in Business Leadership
This paper argues that women of color are underrepresented in business leadership because of the unique and shifting standards by which they are evaluated. I seek to explain the relative lack of minority women in business ...