To Be or Not to Be a Woman? - Highly Educated Women's Perceptions of Gender Equality in the Workplace

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Pološki Vokić, Nina; Sinčić Ćorić, Dubravka; Obadić, Alka;
(2017)
  • Publisher: University of Zagreb, faculty of Law, Study centre for Social Work
  • Journal: Revija za socijalnu politiku,volume 24,issue 3 (issn: 1330-2965, eissn: 1845-6014)
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  • Subject: gender segregation; gender equality; highly educated women; perceptions; EU; Croatia | EU; Hrvatska; percepcije; rodna jednakost; rodna segregacija; visokoobrazovane žene

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