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Charlotte Johnson / Journal of Gender Studies
Additional Sources: Is smart mobility also gender-smart?
June CarboneNancy Levit and Naomi Cahn / SSRN
Additional Sources: Women, Rule-Breaking, and The Triple Bind
Kayla Kibbe / Inside Hook
Switzerland, a country known for lagging behind on issues of gender equality, now joins almost 100 nations worldwide offering paternity leave, meaning the U.S. has now fallen behind the same nation that required women to get permission from their husbands to work outside the home until 1988.
Karin A. Lips / USA Today
"Modern feminists send the message that views held by conservative women aren’t welcome and that there will be social consequences for speaking out...This mocking, delegitimizing, and pressure to stay silent has become so mainstream that even a former presidential candidate, former first lady, and Hollywood stars employ these strategies without any backlash from the media."
Chandra R Srikanth / ETNownews.com
“In India, work from home has certainly boosted gender parity and emerged as a great equalizer in terms of gender diversity with increase in female representation across key sectors. The lockdown, which promoted acceptance of the work from home concept supported by flexible work hours, has emerged as an opportunity for women to rebuild their careers and start afresh,” said Pei Ying Chua, APAC Lead Economist, Economic Graph team at LinkedIn.
Matthew J. Liberatore and William Wagner / Journal of Computer Information Systems
Additional Sources: Gender, Performance, and Self-Efficacy: A Quasi-Experimental Field Study