When it comes to the academic and work environments intrinsic motivation might be weakened by factors like competition or lack of choice because the attentional focus is on external reasons therefore, blocking the internal drive. Further in the article, the author explains a study that was done on how procrastination differentiates between men and women. The results indicated that women seek perfectionism in their work and fear failing. But, women did not change in their intrinsic motivation towards their school work. In addition, the data explained that men who procrastinate with school usually had low intrinsic motivation toward assignments and found little to no satisfaction in their work making it hard for them to stay motivated.
According to report is independently published by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE): In the educational life, Girls are unhappy because of limited freedom and a lack of opportunities compared to boys, and feelings that they were less safe or faced more harassment. The boys explained their happiness with same factors: greater freedom, greater opportunities, greater value from society or families. (p.11) 7 . It is evident that girls are feeling unhappy because of made discrimination and this psychological pressure against girls affect undoubtedly negatively their educational success. Not only students but also teachers exposed to discrimination.
For example, women are considered “bad mothers” if they do not play an active role in their children’s lives, but the same standards do not apply to men. Gender roles also affect those who do not conform to these norms. Transgender or gender-queer (people who identify with neither, both or a combination of male and female genders) people often face discrimination and violence for not conforming to traditional gender roles. People who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual may also be ostracised or discriminated against for breaking the traditional norms of who a person of a given gender “should” be attracted
Such as discouragement in gender inclusion, biased in making big decisions of the company, no promotional opportunities, and obstruction to be a leader of a company with a blame that women are less professional. Male believe that women cannot handle conflict and avoid confrontation, too emotional and they do not go to the point so that they do not deserve leading position. It is a fact that men and women differ in a way they communicate but this is not intelligence that way of communication establish norms that women lack skills in leadership and cannot hold the position of management. Therefore, this situation has encouraged me to develop a research proposal to find out the truth behind gender disparity and its importance in communication within the workplace setting. Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study is to explore the problems of gender disparity.
Her word choice in the article evokes a guilty response in the beginning. She is accusing the educators or administration, whomever is in charge of the curriculum, that they are not doing their job well enough. There is a whole other part of history that children are never learning about, and it is promoting the idea that “white was best” (Ji-Yeon, Paragraph 1). The lack of multicultural education in history was not promoting the idea that democratic ideals of liberty and equality and justice for all is not for everyone. (Ji-Yeon, Paragraph 9) But she gathers sympathy from her audience when she offers another personal experience, “So when other children called me a slant-eyed chink and told me to go back to where I came from, [...]”.
Impression of the gender inequality of the workplace There are many reasons why the woman earn very less, this is because the education and the work environment that the women seek. Besides that, the women also must look for the jobs that have the normal hours, good working conditions and safety. The woman like to choose the field of the study in the arts and the social sciences that are more than the men. They also can pursue their area of the interest over the area that it will lead to the stable high of the paying career. Although, there are one reason why woman earn very less and they do not get what they want is because they are raised to believe that the nice girls always don’t ask.
6) Students are ashamed of having a dark complexation. This is because they are constantly teased with prejudicial treatment. As a teen I had to deal with boys not being attracted to me because I was of the darker complexation. They would choose the girls who were light skin or white because those were the girls who were considered pretty. This is a form of colorism, impacting a student education and wellbeing.
According to Ragins & Cotton, (1991) state that the female to female mentorship is said to have an additional benefit of not having negative sexual connotation that a female to male mentorship relationship may elicit. Ragins and Scandura (1994) indicated that women are as willing as men to mentor others. However, Parker & Kram (1993) indicated that token women in top management are unwilling to mentor because they do not want to share the limelight with others. Lack of women in high ranking and influential roles is one of the reasons there is a lack of female mentors (Ragins & Scandura, 1994). The lack of mentors and role models is one of the challenges that women have in their working environment (Catalyst, 2001).
Historically, race is inscribed in the functioning of everyday life by schools where the majority of learners spend a great part of their lives (Nkomo et al., 2004:4). This provided me with further reasons to find answers to my questions in a school because schools are institutions of socialisation and they become contested terrain in a changing society (Keto, 1990: 26, Bell;