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  • Judicial Activism and Empowerment of Indian Women Towards Equality
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  • Eleanor Wilner- Remaking Myths and Changing the World
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  • Women in Psychology
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  • Women and Philanthropy
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  • Outraging the Modesty of Women
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  • Violation of Human Rights of Women: a Study of the District of Balasore
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  • Women's Changing Role in History
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  • Ap Euro Witchcraft Dbq
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  • Challenges of Women Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh
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  • Changing Patterns in Social Stratfication in the Caribbean
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  • Women of a Certain Age
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  • Social Science - Women Must Work Harder Than Men
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  • Women Directors: Theory and Criticism
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  • Women Role in Leaership
    Abstract Journalists and authors of trade books increasingly assert a female advantage in leadership, whereby women are more likely than men to lead in a style that is effective under contemporary conditions. Contrasting our analysis of these claims with Vecchio’s [Leadersh. Q. 13 (2002) 643] a...
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