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Title: Gender Issues in Management


1
Gender Issues in Management Internet Professor
M Louise Ripley
  • AP/ADMS/WMST 3120 3.0M

2
This is an Internet course taught entirely
online
3
Administrative Details
  • 1. You Must
  • Be registered
  • Know how to write an essay for the test
  • Participate in the online Discussion Group
  • Work on the Team Final Exam Substitute Project -
    electronically
  • 2. Read the online course syllabus
  • See Moodle for this course for the Course Outline
    link

4
Administrative Details
  • 3. Course Kit and Readings are Online
  • 4. Purchase Sheryl Sandbergs Lean In in the
    bookstore or from Amazon
  • 5. The course is women-centered
  • 6. Evaluation
  • Individual Assignment re Discussion Group
    40
  • Individual Open-Book Essay Test on all
    materials 40
  • Final Exam Substitute Group Project
    20

5
Some Points About Writing Well1. Write
simply, not like Calvin -
6
2. Remember this trio
Tell me what youre going to tell me
Tell it to me
Tell me what you told me
7
epistemological showdown I
statements
3. dian marino
Read about these important elements in an essay
in the course syllabus
8
4. Keep your Writing tight and concise
  • Dont say, Our group decided to choose the topic
    of sexual harassment because all of us feel it is
    a common regular occurrence in business and one
    that is is frequently a problem for women in
    management level jobs.
  • Say instead, Sexual harassment is a common
    problem for women in management.

9
  • 5. Use terms and theory from Online course
    readings Book Lean In Moodle discussions
  • 6. Make specific reference to gender and
    management
  • its what the course is all about

10
The Waving HAND EXERCISES -- basis for the
discussion group
All course instructionsincluding these are also
in the Course Syllabus
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The Waving HAND EXERCISES -- basis for the
discussion group
1. Go to Course Syllabus, Learning Unit 1 2.
Click on Early Women in Business and read it 3.
Find the first Waving Hand dian marino 4.
Read it along with the two links about writing 5.
Think about your answer 6. Click on Moodle link
and log in 7. Go to Moodle site for this
course 8. Find Socialization heading
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The Waving HAND EXERCISES -- basis for the
discussion group
  • 9. Find Early Women in Business Topic
  • 10. Write your response
  • No one else has posted? Click on Add a
    new discussion topic label it Early Women in
    Business
  • Someones already posted? Post yours as
    response
  • 11. Decide whether to send now or have it wait
  • 12. Post your answer

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The Waving HAND EXERCISES -- basis for the
discussion group
  • Find out about the Waving Hand Exercises in the
    Course Syllabus. There are no deadlines or
    post-before dates for these. Try to do them all
    before the end of the course for the best
    learning opportunities.

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The final exam substitute group project
  • Substitute for FINAL EXAM, not for TEST
  • Based on Online Readings and Book
  • Ten groups, each assigned a chapter of 2-11 of
    Lean In
  • after last day to enrol without permission of
    professor (Everyone reads studies and uses
    Intro and Chapter 1)
  • 4-page Group Essay on your chapter and its
    relation to the course
  • Each member, 2 pages about their own learning and
    I stmts
  • FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS ARE ONLINE, LINKED FROM
    SYLLABUS

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TOPICS AND SUB-TOPICS IN THE COURSE
  • A. Socialization
  • Early Women in Business
  • Feminism
  • Language
  • The Media
  • Sports
  • The Military

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Socialization Early Women in Business
Read in Unit 1 about a woman in 1207 who owned
her own brewery
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Socialization Feminism
  • Louises Definition of Feminism
  • A belief that womens ways of knowing and doing
    are just as valuable as mens and that women are
    to be valued just as highly as men

18
Socialization Language
  • Thats an excellent suggestion, Miss Smith.
  • Perhaps one of the men would like to make it

From a Punch cartoon
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Socialization the media
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Socialization - sports
21
Socialization the military
  • Tell it to the Marines

22
TOPICS AND SUB-TOPICS IN THE COURSE
  • B. Power
  • Types of Power
  • Anger
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Affirmative Action
  • Assertiveness

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Power types of power
  • Legitimate (by contract)  
  • Coercive (by force)
  • Reward (by giving something for doing it)
  • Expert (by having more experience)
  • Referent (noting an interest both share)
  • Information (because you know things)

And others
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Power anger Choose Your Hill to Die On
25
Power sexual harassment
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Sexual Harassment
  • Remember this above all else
  • Sexual HarassmentIts not about Sex Its about
    Power

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Power affirmative action
  • Affirmative Action, with two

EQUALLY QUALIFIED
candidates, choose a member of one of 4 groups
Women Minorities People with Disabilities Aborigin
al People
28
Power - assertiveness
  • In a downtown Toronto office, the boss, Mr. Hugo,
    asks his assistant,

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Power - assertiveness
  • "On your lunch hour today, would you please
    return this watch? I bought it for my spouse's
    birthday but its not right. And get back early,
    please Campbell is coming at 200 to go over his
    account, and I have some calculations that have
    to be done first." 

30
  • You are his assistant and you have a lunch date
    with an old friend who will only be in town
    today. Think about your answer to Mr. Hugo acting
    as the following three women

31
Power - assertiveness
  • What will Doris Doormat say?

32
Power - assertiveness
  • What will Agatha Aggressive say?

33
Power - assertiveness
  • What will April Assertive say?

34
TOPICS AND SUB-TOPICS IN THE COURSE
  • C. Discrimination
  • Stereotypes
  • Diversity
  • Pay Equity
  • The Glass Ceiling
  • Networking
  • Mentoring
  • All submissions will cover BALANCE

35
Discrimination Stereotypesmy student Darlene
Bellefeuille produced this pamphlet for the final
project
36
Discrimination diversityRead in the course
materials about former student Sandi Warren and
her views on diversity
37
Discrimination - Pay equityLouises story
  • 866.67
  • 575.00
  • ___________
  • 50 LESS/month
  • TRUE STORY

38
Discrimination the glass ceiling
  • Yes, its still there

39
How do we fight all these battles?
40
Discrimination networking/mentoring/Leadership
  • NetworkingMentoring Leadership

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balance
  • We will consider this issue throughout the course
  • Each group will address it at least briefly in
    the
  • Final Exam Substitute Project

42
Your professor
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Professional information
  • M Louise Ripley
  • B.A. Shimer College Four Years Undergraduate
  • M.B.A. Loyola University of Chicago Five
    Years
  • Ph.D. University of Toronto Eight Years
  • Tenured Full Professor
  • Cross-appointed to Business and Womens
    Studies
  • At York for more than 30 years

MBA and PhD while working full time
44
Teaching
  • Gender Issues in Management (Hybrid and
    Internet)
  • Introductory Marketing (Internet)
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Taught and Supervised Masters students in
    Environmental Studies , Education, and
    Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Supervised a doctoral student at Trent University

Receiving award for my online teaching materials
I also have taught at York Marketing Channels,
Marketing for Competitive Advantage, Contemporary
Issues in Marketing, Marketing Research, Social
Marketing, Philosophical and Ethical Issues in
the Mass Media, Introductory Finance, Financial
Management
45
My teaching philosophy
  • Students are my top priority
  • Education ought to be enjoyable and humour is
    crucial
  • Theory and Practice are equally important
  • I dont know all there is to know if I dont
    know, Ill ask you
  • There is no such thing as a stupid question
  • What you get out of any course depends on what
    you put into it
  • Students earn the grades I record them
    (i.e.Dont ask for 2 marks)
  • Ethics and a respect for Diversity are crucial in
    business and must govern any examination of
    gender issues

46
Research I look at ethics in advertising
47
Personal information
  • HouseHusband, retired
  • 29-year old sonJourneyman Carpenter Foreman
  • Two step sons, wives, 4 grandchildren

48
Heres a picture of our son Erik at work at the
Trump Tower
49
Personal information
  • 2 cats
  • 2 dogs a greyhound and a pug

50
My philosophies of life
  • From Zen No job is ever menial if it needs to
    bedone and you do it well,
  • No experience is ever wasted,
  • Live in the present its all well ever get,
    and
  • Whatever befalls you, act as if you chose it.
  • From the Military Choose your hill to die on
  • My number-one life-long philosophy
  • Some you win, some you lose, some get rained out,
    but you suit up for every game.

51
Last Slide The kind of test I wont give
  • How long did the Hundred Years War last?
  • Which country makes Panama hats?
  • From which animal do we get catgut?
  • In which month do Russians celebrate the October
    Revolution?
  • What is a camels hair brush made of?
  • The Canary Islands are named after what animal?
  • What was King George the Sixths first name?
  • What colour is a purple finch?
  • Where are Chinese gooseberries from?

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answers
  • How long did the Hundred Years War last? 116
    years
  • Which country makes Panama hats? Ecuador
  • From which animal do we get catgut? Sheep
  • In which month do Russians celebrate the October
    Revolution? November
  • What is a camels hair brush made of? Squirrel
    fur
  • The Canary Islands are named after what animal?
    Dog
  • What was King George the Sixths first name?
    Albert
  • What colour is a purple finch? Crimson
  • Where are Chinese gooseberries from? New Zealand

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I hope you enjoy the course as much as I enjoy
teaching it!
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