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Cultural Values and Anticipations of Female Leadership Styles A Study of Rotary Clubs in Taiwan and the United States
Faculty Books and Monographs
  • Chin-Chung Chao, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Description

Although the status of women in general has gradually improved in education, employment and leadership over the years, the big picture for women is still disheartening, and female leadership in higher positions is disproportionately represented. To address this issue for more satisfactory gender equality, this study undertakes a comparative quantitative and qualitative study of female leadership in non-profit organizations in the East and the West by exploring the relationships between the Rotary Club members¿ cultural values and their anticipated female leadership styles in Taiwan and the United States. Specifically, this study will provide more academic perspectives on female leadership in cross-cultural studies, strive to overcome conceptual and methodological biases in current leadership research, contribute to research on leadership behaviors in non-profit organizations, apply academic knowledge to female leadership practices, and raise individual consciousness of the benefit of female leadership.

ISBN
978-3639130805
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Publisher
VDM Verlag
Department
Communication
Comments

Chao, C.-C. (2009). Cultural Values and Anticipations of Female Leadership Styles: A Study of Rotary Clubs in Taiwan and the United States. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

Citation Information
Chin-Chung Chao. "Cultural Values and Anticipations of Female Leadership Styles A Study of Rotary Clubs in Taiwan and the United States" Saarbrücken, Germany(2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/chinchung_chao/4/