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Gender, gender identity, and aspirations to top management
Women in Management Review
Data gathered by the authors from undergraduate and part-time graduate business students in  suggested that men were more likely than women to aspire to top management and that, consistent with traditional stereotypes of males and managers, a gender identity consisting of high masculinity and low femininity was associated with aspirations to top management. As a result of gender-related social changes, it is expected that the gender difference in aspirations to top management butdoi:10.1108/09649420310462361 fatcat:6kxkhxjgvvepfbaun4amprzqqi