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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_escalator

The term "glass escalator" was introduced by Christine L. Williams in her research "The Glass Escalator: Hidden Advantages for Men in the "Female" Profession" published in August of 1992. The glass escalator refers to the way men, namely heterosexual white men, are put on a fast track to higher up positions when ...

study.com/academy/lesson/glass-escalator-in-sociology-definition-effects-quiz.html

Jul 12, 2015 ... This lesson discusses the concept of the glass escalator in sociology and its effects on men and women in the professional workplace. A short quiz...

www.forbes.com/sites/jennagoudreau/2012/05/21/a-new-obstacle-for-professional-women-the-glass-escalator

May 21, 2012 ... Women in male-dominated fields hit the glass ceiling. Women in female- dominated fields watch their male peers glide by on glass escalators, shooting straight to senior management.

www.womenonbusiness.com/men-women-the-glass-escalator

Feb 27, 2013 ... Much research has been done on the Business People Riding Escalator phenomenon of the glass ceiling, but over the last decade we have witnessed many women shatter it. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), gender segregation among occupations in the United States is lessening to ...

www.jstor.org/stable/3096961

The Glass Escalator: Hidden Advantages for. Men in the "Female" Professions*. CHRISTINE L. WILLIAMS, University of Texas at Austin. This paper addresses men's underrepresentation in four predominantly female professions: nursing, e mentary school teaching, librarianship, and social work. Specifically, it examines the ...

goodmenproject.com/noseriouslywhatabouttehmenz/the-great-glass-escalator

Jun 24, 2011 ... According to a groundbreaking 1992 study by Christine L. Williams, “The glass escalator: hidden advantages for men in the 'female' professions,” men in typically female professions (she interviewed nurses, teachers, librarians and social workers) are viewed as “deviant.” In particular, the clients of schools, ...

www.siop.org/Media/News/escalator.aspx

Numerous studies have documented the negative perceptions and treatment women face when holding stereotypically male jobs. However, little research has documented the perceptions of men in stereotypically female jobs. One SIOP member's research explores the concept of a “glass escalator” that finds when it comes ...

women-empowered.com/2013/03/the-glass-ceiling-vs-the-glass-escalator

Mar 4, 2013 ... Most women know about the glass ceiling – the point in a women's career when she can no longer rise any higher while their male colleagues rise to the top –, however, few have heard of the glass escalator. The glass escalator refers to how men in female-dominated careers, such as teaching and nursing, ...

www.reference.com/world-view/phrase-glass-escalator-mean-sociology-59ef7f4686fb0c97

The "glass escalator" refers to a trend in some female-dominated professions wherein men enter those professions and ride up past women, receiving promotions at quicker rates than women in those...