Viewpoint : The Dilemma of Self-Advocacy for Women: Another Case of Blaming the Victim?

Viewpoint : The Dilemma of Self-Advocacy for Women: Another Case of Blaming the Victim? Jnal Social Clical Psychology, Vol. 1 5, No. 2, 1 996, pp. 143-152 VIEWPOT DILEMMA SELF-ADVOCACY F WO: OR CE BLAMG VICTIM? RONNIE JF-BULM MARY BETH WADE University Msachusetts, Amherst Wo's "failure negotiate" is framed with larger are context wo's difficulties advocatg f mselves. se difficulties liked examed light both costs sociated with female f wo between beg self-promotion ten beg fluential. Suggestions are visible lk are made f mimizg psive justices that self-advocacy dilemma. Consider sistt ten consequence wo's followg situation. A m a wom are hired presss at a large university. Although not departt, y are college (i.e., social sciences) have de. y are outstg ir respective fields, which no doubt accounts f ir job fers a tight academic job market. m wom have equivalent research recds, letters recom dation, teachg experience; fact, y are essentially dist guishable on paper. Yet, m's startg salary is considerably higher th wom's. A male admistrat furr up bureaucratic hierarchy notices this discrepcy discusses ca"ses with departt chairs de. He learns that new sistt presss were fered startg salary. wom accepted, but m negotiated consequently w paid me. relevt This is w true account. us situation did not who w http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology Guilford Press

Viewpoint : The Dilemma of Self-Advocacy for Women: Another Case of Blaming the Victim?

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Jnal Social Clical Psychology, Vol. 1 5, No. 2, 1 996, pp. 143-152 VIEWPOT DILEMMA SELF-ADVOCACY F WO: OR CE BLAMG VICTIM? RONNIE JF-BULM MARY BETH WADE University Msachusetts, Amherst Wo's "failure negotiate" is framed with larger are context wo's difficulties advocatg f mselves. se difficulties liked examed light both costs sociated with female f wo between beg self-promotion ten beg fluential. Suggestions are visible lk are made f mimizg psive justices that self-advocacy dilemma. Consider sistt ten consequence wo's followg situation. A m a wom are hired presss at a large university. Although not departt, y are college (i.e., social sciences) have de. y are outstg ir respective fields, which no doubt accounts f ir job fers a tight academic job market. m wom have equivalent research recds, letters recom dation, teachg experience; fact, y are essentially dist guishable on paper. Yet, m's startg salary is considerably higher th wom's. A male admistrat furr up bureaucratic hierarchy notices this discrepcy discusses ca"ses with departt chairs de. He learns that new sistt presss were fered startg salary. wom accepted, but m negotiated consequently w paid me. relevt This is w true account. us situation did not who w

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Published: Jun 1, 1996

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