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I Can T Believe She Did That

Author : Nan Mooney
ISBN : 9781466860971
Genre : Social Science
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I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! offers a new and compelling perspective on conflict and competition among women in the workplace. Nan Mooney explores how and why some women hurt each other on the job, and what we can do to begin cleaning up the mess. Based on real stories from real women, I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! provides a provocative social and cultural exploration of the often troubled and painful dynamics that unfold among female coworkers. The massive influx of women into the workplace in the past thirty years means a whole new category of problems has arisen. Suddenly women are working over, under and alongside other women. Their professional relationships are subject to the pressures and conflicts of organizational culture, not to mention society at large. Women on the job have grown more comfortable with ambition, competition, management and success, but that hasn't negated the value they place on communication and relationships, on being liked and being nice. Striking a balance between these two selves is a delicate undertaking and many women are uncertain how to interact in a workplace where such lines are regularly being blurred. Working together, women have fostered a breathtaking degree of positive change. But there is another side to the story. If women are to continue moving forward, the time has come to examine — honestly and unequivocally — our very human impulse to compete with, hurt and even destroy one another to get what we want. In I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! Nan Mooney provides vivid insights on the emotional toll competition can take on women in business and charts a path towards more productive and fulfilling relationships for professional women everywhere.

Damned If She Does Damned If She Doesn T

Author : Lynn Cronin
ISBN : PSU:000068141318
Genre : Business & Economics
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This perceptive analysis exposes five paradoxes that put women in no-win professional situations and concludes with a new model for business, which the authors call a coed corporation.

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Author : William White
ISBN : UVA:X030048035
Genre : Library science
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The Rising Cost Of College

Author : Ronnie D. Lankford
ISBN : PSU:000067212620
Genre : Education
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Presents articles both supporting and opposing issues related to college costs in the United States, including the effectiveness of the College Cost Act, faculty salaries, and tuition reforms at ivy league schools.

New Books On Women And Feminism

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ISBN : OSU:32435075356329
Genre : Feminism
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Betrayal In Blood

Author : Louise Wellington
ISBN : 9781462839995
Genre : Fiction
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A young couple has just been assaultedthe young man murdered, and his girlfriend raped, severely beaten and left for dead An unscrupulous town chief cop, with ties to the murder and assault, attempts to cover it upalong with the mayor, chief judge and town newspaper publisher. Why? What is their connection to this crime? The deep secret they share? The price theyll pay if the crime is solved? But an indignant, determined cop and a civil rights minister are determined to uncover what happenedat all costs. Good crossesand battleswith evil in this story of greed, deception and betrayal.

Author : 雨嵐
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Envy

Author : Jane Gallop
ISBN : 1558615245
Genre : Social Science
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Probing scholarly essays chart the transition of a seven deadly sin from penis to the womb.

45 Master Characters

Author : Victoria Schmidt
ISBN : 9781599633541
Genre : Reference
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Create unforgettable characters your readers will love! 45 Master Characters will make your characters and their stories more compelling, complex and original than ever before. You'll explore the most common male and female archetypes—the mythic, cross-cultural models from which all characters originate—and learn how to use them as foundations for your own unique characters. Examples culled from literature, television and film illustrate just how memorable and effective these archetypes can be—from "Gladiators" and "Kings" like Rocky Balboa and Captain Ahab to "Amazons" and "Maidens" like Xena and Guinevere. The mythic journeys of heroes and heroines—the progression of events upon which each archetype's character arc develops—are also examined. Building such a "journey" into your character's story will enable you to stop worrying about what happens next and get on with telling your tale. It's a power-packed method for creating characters that stand the test of time!

Girlfighting

Author : Lyn Mikel Brown
ISBN : 9780814787069
Genre : Social Science
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For some time, reality TV, talk shows, soap-operas, and sitcoms have turned their spotlights on women and girls who thrive on competition and nastiness. Few fairytales lack the evil stepmother, wicked witch, or jealous sister. Even cartoons feature mean and sassy girls who only become sweet and innocent when adults appear. And recently, popular books and magazines have turned their gaze away from ways of positively influencing girls' independence and self-esteem and towards the topic of girls' meanness to other girls. What does this say about the way our culture views girlhood? How much do these portrayals affect the way girls view themselves? In Girlfighting, psychologist and educator Lyn Mikel Brown scrutinizes the way our culture nurtures and reinforces this sort of meanness in girls. She argues that the old adage “girls will be girls”—gossipy, competitive, cliquish, backstabbing— and the idea that fighting is part of a developmental stage or a rite-of-passage, are not acceptable explanations. Instead, she asserts, girls are discouraged from expressing strong feelings and are pressured to fulfill unrealistic expectations, to be popular, and struggle to find their way in a society that still reinforces gender stereotypes and places greater value on boys. Under such pressure, in their frustration and anger, girls (often unconsciously) find it less risky to take out their fears and anxieties on other girls instead of challenging the ways boys treat them, the way the media represents them, or the way the culture at large supports sexist practices. Girlfighting traces the changes in girls' thoughts, actions and feelings from childhood into young adulthood, providing the developmental understanding and theoretical explanation often lacking in other conversations. Through interviews with over 400 girls of diverse racial, economic, and geographic backgrounds, Brown chronicles the labyrinthine journey girls take from direct and outspoken children who like and trust other girls, to distrusting and competitive young women. She argues that this familiar pathway can and should be interrupted and provides ways to move beyond girlfighting to build girl allies and to support coalitions among girls. By allowing the voices of girls to be heard, Brown demonstrates the complex and often contradictory realities girls face, helping us to better understand and critique the socializing forces in their lives and challenging us to rethink the messages we send them.

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