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On SAGE Insight: Women’s Empowerment as a Protective Factor Against Intimate Partner Violence

Article title: Women’s Empowerment as a Protective Factor Against Intimate Partner Violence in Bangladesh: A Qualitative Exploration of the Process and Limitations of Its Influence From Violence against women Worldwide, in 2010, an estimated 30% of women ages 15 and … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The obstacles in the path of the success of women journalists in Chinese media

Article title: Naked Swimmers: Chinese women journalists’ experience of media commercialization From Media Culture Society In accordance with the global trend of women’s employment in journalism, China has witnessed an unprecedented increase in women’s participation in the news profession over … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The Effect of Deals and Moods on Compulsive Buying

OnFrom Global Business Review All of us have witnessed impulsive buying tendencies especially for products, such as ice creams, street foods and artificial jewelry. However, when buying becomes an addiction and starts resulting into a pathological condition, it is termed … Continue reading

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Gender diversity in the boardroom key for LGBT friendly firms

Article title: Do women advance equity? The effect of gender leadership composition on LGBT- friendly policies in American firms From Human Relations in partnership with The Tavistock Institute This article finds that diversity in the boardroom is key to advancing … Continue reading

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Special Issue: Gender (in)equalities in South Asia

Guest editors: Pavithra Kailasapathy, Arosha Adikaram and Glenda Strachan From South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management Gender (in)equalities in workplaces have emerged as a key concern in the contemporary world of work with concepts and practices such as diversity … Continue reading

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A quarter century of excluding women’s sports in televised news and highlight shows

“It’s dude time!” A quarter century of excluding women’s sports in televised news and highlight shows From Communication & Sport Despite the growing interest in women’s sport during the current televised FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, this study, a … Continue reading

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Gender, subject choice and higher education in India exploring ‘choices’ and ‘constraints’ of Women Students

From Contemporary Education Dialogue Higher education in India has witnessed significant expansion in women’s enrolment since independence. There have been shifts–dispersal and clustering of women students in various disciplines in higher education. This article examines the factors affecting the subject … Continue reading

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Dementia, women and sexuality: How the intersection of ageing, gender and sexuality magnify dementia concerns among lesbian and bisexual women

From Dementia There is an emergent awareness that dementia is a gendered issue, disproportionately affecting women compared with men. However, so far very little attention has been given to the fact that this includes lesbian and bisexua1l women.  This paper … Continue reading

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Dementia, women and sexuality: How the intersection of ageing, gender and sexuality magnify dementia concerns among lesbian and bisexual women

From Dementia There is an emergent awareness that dementia is a gendered issue, disproportionately affecting women compared with men. However, so far very little attention has been given to the fact that this includes lesbian and bisexual women.  This paper … Continue reading

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Coming out during adolescence: Perceived parents’ reactions and internalized sexual stigma

From Journal of Health Psychology The coming out (CO) process is an important transition in lesbian and gay (LG) identity development. Revealing to others promotes self-integration and personal empowerment, and is a sign of self- and social acceptance CO may … Continue reading

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What factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending?

The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System From Youth & Society Little is known about what factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending. This longitudinal study focuses on factors that decrease the … Continue reading

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Gender in International Relations

Gender in International Relations: Feminist Perspectives of J. Ann Tickner  From Indian Journal of Gender Studies J. Ann Tickner’s feminism carved out significant space for gender as a variable of analysis in IR scholarship and its now robust subfields. This article … Continue reading

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When it comes to depressed men in the military, does size matter?

Size Matters: Stature is Related to Diagnoses of Depression in Young Military Men   From SAGE Open Both short and tall men in the military are more at risk for depression than their uniformed colleagues of average height, this study finds. … Continue reading

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Control over domestic decision making reduces women’s interest in workplace power

When “mom’s the boss”: Control over domestic decision making reduces women’s interest in workplace power From Group Processes & Intergroup Relations Although men are typically considered to have more power than women, women are more likely than men to be … Continue reading

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Women with Autism

From Autism Autism Matters Podcast Number 10: In this podcast, Judith Gould and Robyn Steward discuss issues surrounding women with autism spectrum disorder, including current research on this topic, safety issues for women on the spectrum and the differences between … Continue reading

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