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Supply, demand, and organizational processes: changes in women's share of management in United States workplaces, 1966—2000. Also, existing analytic hierarchy processes are further generalized with the introduction of interval type-2 intuitionistic fuzzy analytic hierarchy process to assess the relative importance among the alternatives in a convenient way under multi criteria decision-making environment. This is essential in order to clarify who is accountable for what. Rethinking workforce development policy to raise single mothers out of povertyChapter 10. Does age matter in sport: Differing experiences among women in rugby and martial arts.
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