Project Information

Kurt Lewin Instituut
Heidelberglaan 1
Room Number H1.42
3584 CS UTRECHT
The Netherlands
T: +31 (0)30 - 253 3027

Project Information

Project Title
"Women who work and men who care: Toward a two-sided approach to achieving gender equality"

Institute
Utrecht University - Social, Health, and Organizational Psychology

PhD Student
Melissa Vink

Supervisor(s)
Prof.dr. Belle Derks (Utrecht University)
prof.dr. Naomi Ellemers (Utrecht University)
prof.dr.ir. Tanja van der Lippe (Utrecht University)

Period
1 September 2015 - 1 September 2019

Funding
Utrecht University


Summary

In order to stimulate gender equality in the workplace, many interventions are invented that focus on the career opportunities of women (e.g., female networks, appointing female role models). However, the outcomes of gender inequality for men are often neglected. Gender roles might not only limit the career opportunities of women (Eagly, Wood, & Diekman, 2000), they might also limit men to take up their family role (e.g., requesting a parental leave, Rudman & Mescher, 2013). We thus argue that sustainable cooperation between women and men at work is most effective by achieving gender equality within both the work ánd family domain. The current project will examine how to stimulate the work roles of women in order to achieve career success, but also acknowledge the family roles of men within work settings.


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