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2017 | nr 12 | 15--25
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Are Evaluations of a Training Course Proposal Influenced by the Gender of the Instructor?

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Czy płeć trenera wpływa na oceny propozycji szkolenia?
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W przeprowadzonym badaniu analizowano wpływ płci trenera, płci uczestnika, wieku i postrzeganej wagi certyfikatu na ocenę propozycji szkolenia. Uczestnicy oceniali identycznie opisaną propozycję szkolenia z trenerem mężczyzną (n = 60) lub kobietą (n = 65). Wyniki wykazały, że płeć trenera, płeć uczestnika i wiek wpływały na ocenę proponowanego kursu. Oceny badanych kobiet były dość egalitarne, podczas gdy oceny mężczyzn, szczególnie tych w relatywnie starszej grupie (powyżej 27 lat), ujawniały silne uprzedzenia związane z płcią w ocenie propozycji szkolenia. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The influences of instructor gender, participant gender, age and perceived importance of the certificate offered on evaluations of a training course proposal were examined. Participants evaluated an identically described training course proposal with either a male (n = 60) or female (n = 65) instructor. Results revealed that instructor gender, participant gender and age made a difference to evaluations of the proposed course. Evaluations of female participants were quite egalitarian while males, particularly those in the older group (greater than 27 years), revealed a strong gender bias in evaluating the training course proposal. (original abstract)
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  • Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland
  • Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland
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