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A Meta-Analysis of Gender Differences in Leadership Effectiveness
Affect Control Theory and Gendered Occupations
An Exploration of Gender Differences in Seventh-Grade Single-Sex Mathematics Classrooms in a Co-Educational Public School
Black Women Doctoral Students' Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators of Persistence and Degree Completion in a Predominately White University
CASTLES, GENDER, AND CHILD CULTURE: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF MEDIA AND PLAY
COMMEMORATING QUEEN CHARLOTTE: RACE, GENDER, AND THE POLITICS OF MEMORY, 1750 TO 2014
Does Gender Matter? A Moderated Model for Family Climate and Psychological Ownership of the Family Firm as Experienced by Next-Generation Family Members.
Does Gender Matter? A Moderated Model for Family Climate and Psychological Ownership of the Family Firm as Experienced by Next-Generation Family Members.
EFFECTS OF FEMININITY IDEOLOGIES AND SEXUAL SELF-CONCEPT ON HPV VACCINATION INTENTIONS: AN EXPLORATORY EXTENSION OF EXISTING HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE MODELS
EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELECTED VARIABLES AND THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Explorations of Childhood Gender-Fluidity and the Subversion of Masculinity in Peter Pan
Feminism in Oz: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Series and Danielle Paige's Dorothy Must Die Series
Gendered Antecedents of Family-Supportive Supervisor Behaviors
HOW ATTITUDES AFFECT GENDER AS A STATUS CHARACTERISTIC
High-Status Job Characteristics, Gender, and Overwork: The Buffering Effect of Free Time
Internalizing Genderization: Women’s Navigation of Power Dynamics in Senior-level Student Affairs Roles
Queer Desire and Narrative Fiction in the Works of Colette, Renée Vivien and Natalie Barney
Racial and Gender Concordance: Effects on Utilization of Health Services Among Individuals Enrolled in a Primary Care Case Management Delivery System
Rebellious and Reserved: The Fluidity of African American Slave Masculinity
SHE’S GOT THE “IT” FACTOR: DO FEMALE LEADERS GET CREDIT  FOR THEIR CHARISMA?