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Are the differences observed between men and women in the corporate world a function of biological and psychological differences or are they mostly a function of cultural learning and definition of gender roles? The author, using data collected on men and women's attitude towards business ethics has found discernable differences between men and women as far as the sources of their attitudes are concerned and this fits well with a previous study that indicated lack of divergence in their ethical attitudes. Thus, it is concluded, most of the observed differences are functions of the lingering cultural discrimination between genders.
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