L’Interruption des Femmes Dirigeantes et les Attitudes du Public

Yu PENG

Abstract


Les femmes dirigeantes sont un groupe qui cumule l’identité de femme et celle de dirigeant. Nous avons enregistré leurs conversations naturelles avec des surbordonnés sur leurs lieux de travail et nous avons interviewé des hommes et des femmes subordonnés pour avoir leurs opinions sur l’interruption des femmes dirigeantes. De tous ces données, nous avons constaté une masculinisation des femmes dirigeantes dans l’interruption, à l’égard de laquelle, l’opinion publique n’est pas tolérante. 


Keywords


Interruption; Dirigeant; Attitude; Stéréotype; Identité sociale

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10658

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