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Geschlechterrollen am Arbeitsplatz: How Traditional Gender Roles Have Impacted German Women Professionally


Abstract Germany, a Western-European country famous for its beer, pretzels, and beautiful castles, is rated among the top countries in the world for quality public education and health care with a population of around 82,927,922 (U.S. News, 2019). While Germany is typically seen as a very progressive country, where do they stand when it comes to women in the business world? German women have the same rights as men, but do they have the same opportunities? My research aimed to find out whether traditional gender roles in Germany still impact businesswomen to this day. As an American woman, who one day hopes to work in sales in the private sector, I was curious as to what it would be like if I were to live in Germany. This was especially interesting t... (more)
Created Date 2021-05
Contributor Campton, Sydney (Author) / LaRosa, Julia (Thesis Director) / Reves, Christiane (Committee Member) / Dean, W.P. Carey School of Business / Department of Management and Entrepreneurship / Watts College of Public Service & Community Solut / School of International Letters and Cultures / Barrett, The Honors College
Subject gender roles / Germany / working women / gender equality
Series Academic Year 2020-2021
Type Text
Extent 20 pages
Language English
Copyright
Collaborating Institutions Barrett, the Honors College
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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