How Do Female and Male Faculty Members Construct Job Satisfaction? The Roles of Perceived Institutional Leadership and Mentoring and their Mediating Processes
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Keywordsacademic job satisfaction; women faculty; academic climate; J220; C420; D020; J000; I230;
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