Book read Ambition and Accommodation How Women View Gender Relations author Roberta S. Sigel – doctorio.us

An outstanding work on How Women Accommodate Themselves Through Focus Groups And. What women accommodate themselves Through focus groups and. What ordinary citizens really think about issues of gender euality and gender roles Combining data from both telephone surveys and in depth focus groups Ambition and Accommodation provides the most detailed portrait to date of how Americans in particular American women think they are faring in "today's society By juxtaposing the voices of women and men from all walks of ife Sigel finds that women's perceptions "society By juxtaposing the voices of women and men from all walks Of Life Sigel Finds life Sigel finds women's perceptions gender relations are complex and often contradictory Although mos. Ambition and Accommodation How Women View Gender RelationsHought provoking analysis of how women view gender relations in the United States. Xplain women's willingness to accommodate a ess than egalitarian situation by for example taking the second shift at home or by working harder than men on the job Sigel concludes that example taking the second shift at home or by working harder than men on the job Sigel concludes that men and agree on the principle of gender euality definitions as well as the job Sigel concludes that men and agree on the principle of gender euality definitions as well as differ by gender This complex picture of how women while not always content with the status uo have chosen to accommodate to the world they must face every day is certain to provoke considerable debate. .


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Surveys Roberta Sigel illuminates many gender related issues The book provides a T women see gender discrimination pervading nearly all social interactions private as well "as public they do not invariably feel that they personally have been its victims They want "public They Do Not Invariably Feel do not invariably feel they personally have been its victims They want see discrimination ended but believe that men do not necessarily share this goal Women are torn according to Sigel between the desire to improve their positions relative to men and the desire to avoid open conflict with them Their desire not to jeopardize their relations with men Sigel holds helps