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close this book Attitudes towards women as managers : a review of literature and research findings (1991)
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View the document 3. Effect on Self Esteem and Career Choice
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View the document 5. Tokenism and its Impact
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close this folder Study of attitudes towards women managers in India
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View the document Women as managers scale (wams)
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