2017 Student Research Conference:
30th Annual Student Research Conference

Gender Discrimination: A Personal Perspective 


Caitlin S. Donahue-Gleeson
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor

Gender Discrimination is institutionalized as there is a cultural construct of the institution called Society that calls for women to focus on being inferior objects of male desire to keep the "status quo".  The common controversies such as dress codes, sexual harassment, institutionalized academic, and career advancement will be addressed through the societal lens through qualitative and quantitative research, queer and feminist theories.  Drawing on my personal experiences, in adddition to other research, this paper will examine the insidious ways in which gender discrimination operates in academic institutions. 

Keywords: Gender, Discrimination, Feminist, Women, Institutionalized

Topic(s):Sociology
English
Psychology

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 410-1
Location: VH 1236
Time: 2:30

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