Games Research 9

This article examines the power of ascription in terms of employment in managerial jobs. It discusses why men are employed in over 80% of managerial jobs in the nation and how and why ascription is both a tool and an adversary in this regard. This ties into my sexism and sexuality theme along with the article that men have a stronger sex drive in that since men hold most of the upper level careers, what they say goes.

http://www.jstor.org/stable/2657438?seq=1

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