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245 00 Gender and occupational outcomes :|blongitudinal 
       assessments of individual, social, and cultural influences
       /|cedited by Helen M.G. Watt and Jacquelynne S. Eccles. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
       |c[2008] 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource (xxii, 384 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0  Gender and occupational outcomes: an introduction / Helen 
       M.G. Watt -- Mathematics as the critical filter? -- Gender,
       mathematics achievement, and the educational and 
       occupational aspirations of Canadian youth / Jennifer D. 
       Shapka, José F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating -- 
       Mathematics as the critical filter: curricular effects on 
       gendered career choices / Xin Ma and Willis Johnson -- 
       Psychological processes and gendered participation in math,
       science and technology-based careers -- What motivates 
       females and males to pursue sex-stereotyped careers? / 
       Helen M.G. Watt -- Gendered high school course selection 
       as a precursor of gendered careers: the mediating role of 
       self-concept and intrinsic value / Gabriel Nagy ... [et 
       al.] -- Testing for time-invariant and time-varying 
       predictors of self-perceived ability in math, language 
       arts, and science: a look at the gender factor / Barbara 
       M. Byrne -- A sociomotivational analysis of gender effects
       on persistence in science and technology: a 5-year 
       longitudinal study / Simon Larose ... [et al.] -- The 
       importance of family considerations, family, and biology 
       in gendered career choices -- Is the desire for a family-
       flexible job keeping young women out of male-dominated 
       occupations? / Pamela M. Frome ... [et al.] -- Gender-
       typed occupational choices: the long-term impact of 
       parents' beliefs and expectations / Christina S. Chhin, 
       Martha M. Bleeker, and Janis E. Jacobs -- Biological 
       contributors to gendered occupational outcome: prenatal 
       androgen effects on predictors of outcome / Sheri A. 
       Berenbaum and Kristina L. Korman Bryk -- Social and 
       institutional constraints on women's career development --
       Gendered occupational outcomes from multilevel 
       perspectives: the case of professional training and work 
       in Turkey / Ahu Tatlı, Mustafa Özbilgin, and Fatma Küskü -
       - Advancing women faculty in science and engineering: an 
       effort in institutional transformation / Abigail Stewart 
       and Danielle LaVaque-Manty -- The continuing technological
       revolution: a comparison of three regions' strategies for 
       creating women-inclusive workplaces / Christina M. Vogt. 
520    "Despite concentrated research and important legislative 
       milestones on gender equality over the past quarter-
       century, gender-related disparities in science, technology,
       and math careers persist into the 21st century. This 
       persistence sustains a troubling state of gender inequity 
       in which women are not sharing in the salary and status 
       advantages attached to scientific and technical careers. 
       In this landmark volume, editors Watt and Eccles, both 
       well known for their research contributions in this area, 
       compile a rich source of longitudinal analysis that places
       the problem in context. Experts from different countries 
       in the fields of developmental and social psychology, 
       human development, biology, education, and sociology draw 
       on multi-wave longitudinal data on the gender-related 
       variables that influence occupational outcomes."--Jacket. 
588    Description based on print version record. 
650  0 Sexual division of labor|vLongitudinal studies. 
650  0 Sex differences in education|vLongitudinal studies. 
650  0 Women|xEducation|vLongitudinal studies. 
650  0 Science|xStudy and teaching|xSex differences|vLongitudinal
       studies. 
650  0 Technical education|xSex differences|vLongitudinal 
       studies. 
650  0 Women in technology. 
650  0 Technical education. 
650  0 Women in science. 
700 1  Watt, Helen M. G. 
700 1  Eccles, Jacquelynne S. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tGender and occupational outcomes.|b1st 
       ed.|dWashington, DC : American Psychological Association, 
       c2008|w(DLC)  2007027308|w(OCoLC)155755575 
994    01|bSTJ 
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