Gender, Administration, Politics, and Management

Proceedings of ‏The 3rd International Conference on Research in Humanities and Social Sciences

Year: 2020


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Gender, Administration, Politics, and Management

Kalfa Maria



The present study examines women’s views on issues of domestic and international literature such as gender roles, gender and labor market relations, features of female employment and leadership models, and most notably the criticism that has been exerted on them. The purpose of this research was to capture the views of women on how they perceived leadership and career development, but also explored the reasons why such a course was suppressed in the face of other obligations. Central to the relationship between society and gender is reflected in the way relationships are structured both within and outside the labor market. Research highlights how factors such as family and school influence and largely determine gender professional choices.

Keywords: women, gender roles, obligations, career development.