Prof. Wessel’s lecture on gender bias in evaluations includes a discussion of contrast effects. Does she find evidence for/against contrast effects in terms of gender bias? How does she arrive at her conclusions? (That is, how study designed/implemented; what hypotheses tested; what results). What are the likely economic outcomes associated with these results?
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there is the effect of economic action both on the environment and the gender. Wesley does finds the evidence
the findings indicate that majority of authorities did not incorporate gender.this will be done only through structural planning .women show more different environmental concerns rather than on the technolgy.
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Jun 8th, 2015
the economic development is the development of the basic needs.