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From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

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April 21st 2015:Don't Be Ambivalent

Is there still a gender gap or a glass ceiling? Or is sexism a thing of the past? What about cultural discrimination—did we overcome this with the Civil Rights Acts of the 1960s? Maybe gender and cultural discrimination is just merely less overt now…. What if I told you that there’s actually a way to measure our perceptions of others and our emotional reactions to cultural groups? My guest this week is Peter Glick, and he invented the warmth-competence model which allows us to do this. He also developed the theory of “Ambivalent” or “Benevolent Sexism” showing that apparently favorable b

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Dr. Peter Glick

Peter Glick is the Henry Merrritt Wriston Professor in the Social Sciences at Lawrence University. His research challenges conventional wisdom by revealing how apparently favorable beliefs about women and minorities can fuel harmful discrimination. In collaboration with Susan Fiske (Princeton), he developed ambivalent sexism theory, winning the 1995 Gordon Allport Award for best paper in intergroup relations. Since then, research in over 50 nations has demonstrated that “benevolent sexism” contributes to gender inequality and undermines women at work. The warmth-competence model by Fiske, Amy Cuddy (Harvard), and Glick was recognized as a “breakthrough idea for 2009” by the Harvard Busines
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