This paper examines managerial attitudes toward women managers in Turkey and Pakistan by using “Managerial Attitudes toward Women Executives Scale (MATWES)” and draws a cross-cultural comparison between these two countries’ respondents. Significant differences were found in several managerial attitudes between these two countries’ respondents, and both women and men in Turkey have a negative attitude toward women managers as compared to Pakistani respondents. In contrast to the early findings in the literature, women’s attitudes toward women managers in Turkey were more negative than that of men’s while Pakistani women have more favorable attitudes than Turkish women toward women managers. The last result of this study indicated that Pakistani men showed more positive attitudes toward women managers than Turkish men.
Güney, Semra; Gohar, Raheel; Akıncı, Sevcan Kılıç; and Akıncı, Mehmet Mutlu
"Attitudes toward Women Managers in Turkey and Pakistan,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 8:
1, Article 15.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol8/iss1/15