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Definition of the noun Gender Bias
What does Gender Bias mean as a name of something?
- a prejudicial stance towards males or females
- synonym: sexism
"Gender Bias" is a book by Jodi L Jacobson.
- also known as "Gender bias: roadblock to sustainable development"
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The Gift of Life (2012)
Navigating Life's Emotional Journey by Neil S. Kobrin
Gender bias is a form of prejudice. It is often unconscious and occurs when a person has a belief or an attitude that a gender is somehow inferior or simply less valuable. Gender bias means that an individual has a tendency to ...
Leveraging Gender at Work by Alice Adams
Gender bias is a collective weakness that has kept workplace gender and race segregation in place for decades after we started congratulating ourselves ...
Foundations of Education (2011)
Problems and Possibilities in American Education by Samuel M. Craver, Maike Ingrid Philipsen
Gender bias is a form of prejudice, which may be defined in its most general sense as thinking ill of others without sufficient warrant, an aversive or hostile attitude taken toward another person who belongs to a specific group and is therefore ...
Still Failing at Fairness (2009)
How Gender Bias Cheats Girls and Boys in School and What We Can Do About It by David Sadker, Karen R. Zittleman
Gender bias is a two-edged sword: it curtails the futures and the happiness of both males and females. We have forgotten Margaret Mead's insight: “Every time we liberate a woman, we liberate a man.” The third lesson we learned is that ...
Race on the QT (2015)
Blackness and the Films of Quentin Tarantino by Adilifu Nama
Indeed, gender bias is a significant driving force behind Pei Mei's sadistic and humiliating training program. But stark racial overtones are also articulated and symbolically represented as well.14 The visual scheme used to construct Pei Mei in ...
Dictionary of Psychology (2014)
by Mike Cardwell
gender bias refers to the treatment of ...
Blacked Out (1996)
Dilemmas of Race, Identity, and Success at Capital High by Signithia Fordham
Hence, gender bias is a serious, although unnamed, issue for African-American males. The fact that in competing for entry-level jobs, African-American females benefit from this inversion of gender preference does not mean that they are ...
Women Empowerment (2006)
Gender bias is an offshoot of extending biological ...
by Fathali M. Moghaddam
Gender bias is a social preference for, and positive behavior toward, people of one gender over another. Gender bias can appear as subtle or obvious, conscious or unconscious. It is visible in individual actions, thoughts, and beliefs, but not ...
by Donna Couchenour, J. Kent Chrisman
When children or adults interact with others based only on whether they are male or female, gender bias exists. Unlike racial/ethnic bias, gender bias can be very hard to identify and, due to that subtlety, is thought of as a hidden bias. In some ...
by Vincent N. Parrillo
The teacher's gender bias may stem from the belief that male students might have more to contribute to the classroom environment than females. As a social problem, gender bias can appear in various social contexts: the educational system, ...
by Jodi O'Brien
Although gender bias is less pervasive in research in the 21st century than it was in the past, it persists in some scientific fields. In the context of social and medical research, the term bias refers to a systematic error that can occur at any level or ...
by Jack Rabin
INTRODUCTION The content of this entry defines and discusses gender bias, the theories that have been central in its exposure and analysis, ...
by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
gender bias wants custody of the 13-year-old to betroth to Jim Willis, to whom Nelson owes gambling debts.
Investigations of television, newspaper, and popular magazine coverage of female and male athletes reveals clear gender bias. First, female athletes receive little coverage (less than 10%), whether considering TV air time, newspaper space, ...
by James A. Banks
Gender bias, for example, teaches many harmful, if unintended lessons. Studies on curriculum from around the world indicate that females are underrepresented and that both males and females are depicted in gender-stereotyped ways.
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