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Through the Labyrinth: The Truth About How Women Become Leaders by Linda L. Carli, Alice H. Eagly

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NOTES

Chapter 1

1. Price, 1997.

2. “Coeds,” 2007.

3. Clymer, 2001, p. A16.

4. Milwid, 1990, p. 13.

5. Ibid., p. 15.

6. Bowman, Worthy, and Greyser, 1965, p. 14.

7. Hymowitz and Schellhardt, 1986, p. 1.

8. Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, 1995a, 1995b.

9. See F. N. Schwartz and Zimmerman, 1992, p. 17.

10. Berkeley, 1989, p. 1.

11. F. N. Schwartz and Zimmerman, 1992, described the removal of wedding rings by female MBAs.

12. Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, 1995a, p. 33.

13. Hymowitz, 2004. The quote appeared on p. R1.

14. Klenke, 1997, used the term leadership and information labyrinth in discussing the challenges that women leaders face, especially in the field of information technology.

15. For the Boston study, see Manuel, Shefte, and Swiss, ...

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