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Status Passage: A Formal Theory

Status Passage: A Formal Theory In Retrospect: 1973 153 notes, removes what has been called way to interlocking puzzles to be the “masculine mystique,” that is put together by interdependent much of the heroic quality that has minds? Wouldn’t it be more fun? been imputed to men’s work. Yet, in the sphere of work also, especially where talk is involved as in white- collar and professional work, women Status Passage: A Formal Theory,by are at a disadvantage. They are not Barney G. Glaser and Anselm L. listened to or their ideas are appro- Strauss. Chicago: Aldine-Atherton, priated without their getting credit 1971. 205 pp. $7.95. for it. The wise woman in business REX A. LUCAS “makes sure that the men don’t think University of Toronto she is brighter than they are.” What else is new? What is new is that it is being said, and that by describ- Contemporary Sociology 2(3) (May ing it in detail and with coolness, 1973):276–278 Jessie Bernard questions the whole Awareness of Dying and Time for arrangement. And she attacks the Dying by Glaser and Strauss are notion of the “castrating female”: familiar to many readers. The subti- “The castrating female . . . is inter- tles of two http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews SAGE

Status Passage: A Formal Theory

Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews , Volume 47 (2): 4 – Mar 1, 2018

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SAGE
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© American Sociological Association 2018
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0094-3061
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1939-8638
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10.1177/0094306118755395b
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In Retrospect: 1973 153 notes, removes what has been called way to interlocking puzzles to be the “masculine mystique,” that is put together by interdependent much of the heroic quality that has minds? Wouldn’t it be more fun? been imputed to men’s work. Yet, in the sphere of work also, especially where talk is involved as in white- collar and professional work, women Status Passage: A Formal Theory,by are at a disadvantage. They are not Barney G. Glaser and Anselm L. listened to or their ideas are appro- Strauss. Chicago: Aldine-Atherton, priated without their getting credit 1971. 205 pp. $7.95. for it. The wise woman in business REX A. LUCAS “makes sure that the men don’t think University of Toronto she is brighter than they are.” What else is new? What is new is that it is being said, and that by describ- Contemporary Sociology 2(3) (May ing it in detail and with coolness, 1973):276–278 Jessie Bernard questions the whole Awareness of Dying and Time for arrangement. And she attacks the Dying by Glaser and Strauss are notion of the “castrating female”: familiar to many readers. The subti- “The castrating female . . . is inter- tles of two

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