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Particulars Of Cultural Dimension Masculinity/Feminity In The Organizations In Suceava County

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  • Ionel Bostan
  • Alunica Morariu
  • Carmen Chasovschi
  • Carmen Nastase
  • Camelia Baesu
  • Kicsi Rozalia
  • Simona Buta
  • Otilia Albu
  • Raluca Zoltan
  • Ruxandra Bejenaru

In general, more supportive organizations typically masculine values and practices conform to their reward. Attributes considered as male dominance or strength determination are protected, rationality is superior to intuition, task orientation is considered more effective than interpersonal orientation. In principle, things made by men and Case strengthen competition, reinforce women worry female character, concern for family and lifestyle.

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Article provided by Scientific Society of Management from Romania in its journal Business&Leadership.

Volume (Year): 3 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (September)
Pages: 109-132

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Handle: RePEc:ssm:journl:tome:6:y:2010:i:2(6):p:109-132
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