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TEILHARD DE CHARDIN: PHENOMENOLOGY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COUNSELING
von YODER, J.D.
In: PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE JOURNAL, 60 (1982), 7, p. 431-435

...THE AUTHOR PRESENTS AN OVERVIEW OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL VIEWS OF TEILHARD DE CHARDIN (1881-1955) & REVIEWS TEILHARD DE CHARDIN'S PHENOMENOLOGICAL METHOD & HIS VIEWS ON ONTOLOGY & ETHICS. IMPLICATIONS ...

2001 Division 35 Presidential Address: context matters: understanding tokenism processes and their impact on women's work
von Yoder, J D
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 26 (2002), 1, p. 1-8
Zitiert von: 1

...Research on tokenism processes is reviewed and coalesces around two conclusions. First, gender constructs different social contexts for token women and token men. Second, gender is most usefully conce...

Looking beyond numbers: the effects of gender status, job prestige, and occupational gender-typing on tokenism processes
von Yoder, J D
In: Social Psychology Quarterly, 57 (1994), 2, p. 150-9 : table refs
Zitiert von: 10

...Researchers of women workers in gender-skewed work groups repeatedly report evidence of visibility, contrast, and role encapsulation. Explores the potential impact of 4 causal factors frequently confo...

The responses of African American women firefighters to gender harassment at work
von Yoder, J D; Aniakudo, P
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 32 (1995), 3/4, p. 125-37s
Zitiert von: 3

...All the firefighters studied used externally focused, direct response strategies. Nineteen women directly confronted the harasser; of these, ten responded aggressively, including four women who counte...

Toward a feminist understanding of women and power
von Yoder, J D; Kahn, A S
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16 (1992), 4, p. 381-8
Zitiert von: 7

...Definitions of power should center around the distinction between `power-over', the domination and control of one person or group over another, and `power-to' or personal empowerment. Power can be ana...

When pranks become harassment: the case of African American women firefighters
von Yoder, J D; Aniakudo, P
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 35 (1996), 5/6, p. 253-70 : table refs
Zitiert von: 4

...Argues that part of what defines gender harassment is the workplace climate in which it occurs. Describes the incidence and nature of gender harassment for African American women firefighters, identif...

Working toward an inclusive psychology of women
von Yoder, J D; Kahn, A S
In: American Psychologist, 48 (1993), 7, p. 846-50
Zitiert von: 2

...Examines the androcentric bias of mainstream psychology, its consequences and the feminist response to it. Explores the potential pitfalls of developing an equally disasterous bias by inadvertently ad...

'Outsider within' the firehouse: subordination and difference in the social interactions of African American women firefighters
von Yoder, J D; Aniakudo, P
In: Gender and Society, 11 (1997), 3, p. 324-41s
Zitiert von: 4

...From the perspective of African American women firefighters, examines the social interactions that make them excluded 'outsiders within' their firehouses and different not only from dominant white men...

Undergraduates regard deviation from occupational gender stereotypes as costly for women
von Yoder, J D; Schleicher, T L
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 34 (1996), 3/4, p. 171-88 : table refs
Zitiert von: 3

...Studies from the 1970s have shown deviation from norms defining the gender appropriateness of occupations to be costly for both women and men. 230 undergraduates participated in the study described he...

The psychology of women and conservatism: rediscovering social change
von Kahn, A S; Yoder, J D
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 13 (1989), Dec 89, p. 417-32

...A psychology of women that assumes that women and men are naturally different (alpha bias) or that differences are caused by factors internal to individuals (ie biological or socialized) is necessaril...

The generalizability and construct validity of the modern sexism scale: some cautionary notes
von Yoder, J D; McDonald, T W
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 36 (1997), 9/10, p. 655-63 : table refs
Zitiert von: 1

...The purpose is to explore the Modern Sexism Scale with a small but diverse (in terms of race, age, and years of job experience), nationwide sample of women firefighters and to further probe the constr...

'Outsider within' the firehouse: African American and White women firefighters
von Yoder, J D; Berendsen, L L
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 25 (2001), 1, p. 27-36
Zitiert von: 1

...Prior findings regarding the subordination of African American women firefighters through imposed exclusion, expanding definitions of tokenism and workgroup composition, and the omnirelevance of race/...

Looking beyond gender: the effects of racial differences on Tokenism perceptions of women
von Yoder, J D; Aniakudo, P; Berendsen, L
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 35 (1996), 7/8, p. 389-400
Zitiert von: 3

...Looks beyond gender to explore the impact of the social status of race and of token difference defined by race. White women tokens were perceived to experience better social relations, more supportive...

Measuring sexist discrimination in the workplace: support for the validity of the Schedule of Sexist Events
von Yoder, J D; McDonald, T W
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22 (1998), 3, p. 487-91
Zitiert von: 3

...Surveys of 14 African American and 30 White women firefighters support reliability and validity claims for the Schedule of Sexist Events, developed by Klonoff and Landrine (1995). The more sexist even...

Understanding the context of unbalanced domestic contributions: the influence of perceiver's attitudes, target's gender, and presentational format
von Swearingen-Hilker, N; Yoder, J D
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 46 (2002), 3/4, p. 91-8

...A person perception study explored undergraduates' assessments of fairness and entitlement when a woman, a man, and a gender-indeterminate person overcontributed domestic work. Findings suggest that p...

Gendered norms for family size, employment, and occupation: are there personal costs for violating them?
von Mueller, K A; Yoder, J D
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 36 (1997), 3/4, p. 207-20 : table refs
Zitiert von: 7

...Women employed in gender-atypical occupations were considered less expressive and were socially distanced, but this factor did not interact with family size. Two-children mothers were regarded favoura...

Stigmatization of non-normative family size status
von Mueller, K A; Yoder, J D
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 41 (1999), 11/12, p. 901-19
Zitiert von: 4

...To explore mostly white, college-educated, employed women's experiences with their real-life family size choices, interviews were conducted with 15 voluntary childfree, 15 one-child, and 15 supernorma...

Increasing initial leadership effectiveness: assisting both women and men
von Hogue, M B; Yoder, J D; Ludwig, J
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 46 (2002), 11/12, p. 377-84

...In this experiment, manipulated leadership appointment in 3 ways for both a woman and a man. In accord with status characteristics theory, found that interventions designed to increase the status of t...

Empowering token women leaders: the importance of organizationally legitimated credibility
von Yoder, J D; Schleicher, T L; McDonald, T W
In: Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22 (1998), 2, p. 209-22
Zitiert von: 1

...Hypothesized that, in a masculine task, only token women leaders who were empowered through position (by being appointed leader) and expertise (trained with task-relevant information) and legitimated ...

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