Dr. Nola Veazie will publish: Women’s Satisfaction and Job Roles

Dr. Nola Veazie will publish: Women’s Satisfaction and Job Roles

   Dr. Nola Veazie’s paper titled “Women’s Satisfaction and Job Roles” authored has been selected for publication in Vol. 9 issue 1 of the AAYAM : AKGIM Journal of Management.  Dr. Veazie completed the article during the fall, 2018 session of the Dissertation to Publication workshop.  Dr. Sandra Nunn was the reviewer.  The article abstract is included below.

 

Abstract

Social structure influences gender roles and stereotypes that encourage and model desired behaviors with the aim of internalizing these values. Formulaic gender-based characteristics guide men and women into stereotypically male and female congruent job roles based on communal and agentic characteristics associated with masculinity and femininity. Social role, role congruity and self-categorization theories guided this investigation. The current quantitative correlational study sought to investigate the extent to which self-reported job satisfaction subscales related to stereotypical job roles; the study used statistical analysis to determine if any significant relationship existed between stereotypical job roles and the perception of job satisfaction among women in the workplace. A sample of 113 women working in a California nonprofit organization tested the hypothesis in the present study and found no significant relationship between women’s perception of job satisfaction and stereotypical job roles. However, significant correlations were found between job satisfaction and fringe benefits, and pay.

 

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