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sexism

  1. any attitudes and actions which overtly or covertly discriminate against women or men on the grounds of their sex or GENDER – see SEX DISCRIMINATION.
  2. any devaluation or denigration of women or men, but particularly women, which is embodied in institutions and social relationships, e.g. the sexist use of language, such as the male personal pronoun, ‘he’, to refer to men and women. See also PATRIARCHY.
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There is no gender bias here, it is an exposure bias that we need to be mindful of.
It's even worse because the thinking has been ingrained so much that the gender bias just unconsciously affects the decision, whether the ruling committee is aware or not.
Gender bias and misogynism are rooted deeply in the fabric and psyche of our male chauvinistic society.
Critique: An impressive and valued contribution to our on-going national discussion with respect to gender equality in the work place in general, and the field of medicine in particular, "Elusive Equity, Empathy, and Empowerment: One Woman s Journey Through the Challenges of Gender Bias in the Early Twenty-First Century" is unreservedly recommended for community, college, and university library Contemporary Social Issues collections.
In 2017-2018, the Special Committee on Gender Bias produced a final report outlining the issue of gender bias in the profession.
Although this gender bias of underrating and misjudging females as leaders has its roots in history but even history can be quoted to highlight great female leaders.
Google says that gender-specific translations will be rolled out for more languages in the future and for the Translate service in other platforms like iOS and Android apps, along with the addressal of gender bias from even auto-complete suggestions.
Here are just four: | Notice your own biases, starting by taking the Harvard Implicit Association Test | Take time to understand the different communication styles of men and women | Advocate for women during a meeting, making sure they are heard and their ideas recognised | Notice when gender bias is happening in your workplace and challenge it According to the CEBR, genderbased workplace discrimination costs the UK economy PS123bn a year - that's broadly the cost of the NHS - so, not only is addressing gender inequality morally the right thing to do, it's economically vital too.
Let's stop blaming men only for gender bias. Women are also guilty of practicing gender bias toward women.
[U.S.A.], Jun 25 (ANI): Seems like, even the judicial system is not free of gender bias, as claimed by a new research.
It charges gender bias in the Corps and routines that challenged her to continually prove her equality to her fellow male Marines, and it also provides important details on serving in the Marine Corps and its underlying lessons for all females serving in the military.
The difference, about 19 deaths out of every 1,000 girls born between 2000 and 2005, was ascribed to the effects of gender bias.