This independent research will allow the student (Lindsay Farling) to develop her own research interests in asking what are the major challenges in the workplace that keep women from having leadership roles, and then researching what can be done to create/suggest how education can play a role in eliminating inequality for women. Lindsay will review the key existing literature on the former, including gathering comparative data showing numbers of women in top leadership roles (both private sector and public roles) for the 36 OECD countries. The international context is important in Lindsay’s proposed second stage, which is to collate and evaluate existing educational programs in the global context that demonstrate success in eliminating inequality for women at work, in government, and in societal elites.
Learning objectives are:
Through the Labyrinth: The Truth about How Women Become Leaders by Alice Eagly and Linda Carli.
Women and Leadership Around the World, edited by Faith Wambura Ngunjiri, Susan Madsen, Karen Longman, and Cynthia Cherry.
Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership, edited by Susan R. Madsen
Women as Global Leaders, edited by Faith Wambura Ngunjiri and Susan Madsen
Other readings as assigned.
Methods of grading
This course will be graded on the basis of the scale described in the Shippensburg Undergraduate Catalog. Student grades will be based equally on assessments of competency:
Grades: Each of these components counts for one-half of the overall course grade in this course.
Academic Integrity: All students should read and be familiar with Shippensburg’s regulations on academic dishonesty in the university’s undergraduate catalog.
Actions constituting academic dishonesty include (but are not limited to)
If you take or borrow anything from anyone, acknowledge your source in a citation. This includes any electronic source.
If someone asks you to loan him/her your work (written or disc), do not. Both “loaner” and “borrower” are liable for plagiarism.
Plagiarism may result in a failing grade for the course, as well as any other consequences imposed by Shippensburg policy.
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