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There are at least three views about the role of dominance in task groups. According to one view, dominance leads to influence. In contrast, the performance view suggests that task cues will be the basis of influence hierarchies in task groups. The third conceptualization, social roles, considers the link between gender and the evaluation of behavioural styles of the interactants. In the present paper, the latter position is used to argue that dominance by women and men will lead todoi:10.2307/3340677 fatcat:vhbt3sxmhjc4lcdpfml3in4d2i