Master of Public Administration (MPA)
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This paper will review the findings of in depth interviews with the four top female executives for the acute care hospitals in Las Vegas, Nevada, with regards to the ‘Glass Ceiling’ phenomenon, stereotyping and gender role behaviors, and how these elements have affected their careers. Out of seventeen (17) local senior executive positions, women hold four of these positions, or twenty-three percent (23.5%), compared to six percent (6%) nationally. The healthcare system changes were also a consideration for theses female executives, and how these changes have influenced their careers.
Glass ceiling (Employment discrimination); Health services administration; Hospitals – Management; Nevada – Las Vegas; Women executives
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Gender and Sexuality | Health Policy | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Women's Studies
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Copeland, Caroline R., "Top Female Hospital Executives in Las Vegas, Nevada: An in Depth Case Study" (2001). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 399.
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