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Log in through your institution. This study focuses on women's position in engineering. A conflict model that emphasizes the interplay of structural and interactional resources is developed to explain the occupational positions of women engineers. A central feature of this model is the "culture of engineering"-the socially defined standard of behavior and interaction among engineers.
This model is used to explain the occupational experiences of a cohort of male and female engineers. Males and females with virtually identical qualifications and occupational attitudes show dissimilar current job status.
It is argued that the culture of engineering, strongly identified with the male gender role, works against women. Where that culture is strongest, women do most poorly in occupational status and mobility. The Sociological Quarterly is devoted to publishing cutting-edge research and theory in all areas of sociological inquiry. Our focus is on publishing the best in sociological research and writing to advance the discipline and reach the widest possible audience.
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Abstract This study focuses on women's position in engineering. Journal Information The Sociological Quarterly is devoted to publishing cutting-edge research and theory in all areas of sociological inquiry.Women dominating men in Tus
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