You should submit a complete draft of your research paper. You should submit your 5-7 page draft as well as the reference page(s). Your draft should be in APA format. Here is a basic outline that can be greatly embellished or changed.
Gender and Negotiations
I have chosen to focus on the relation of gender/sex and negotiations. Negotiations occur throughout our daily lives and there are many factors that can sway the outcome of those negotiations. The differences of gender/sex is a huge theme throughout most things we deal with in society. It is very important to study the differences in which people of different gender identities and sex exisit in the world of negotiations. With this understanding we can better understand the outcomes of many negotiations. Understanding how different identities are treated by others in negotiation, we can gain ways to overcome disadvantages that result from gender differences and stereotypes. With this knowledge we can perfect the way in which certain genders should proceed in negotiations in order to gain the best result possible.
This paper will be presenting the advantages and disadvantages of ones sex in the realm of neogotiation. It is very important to study the differences in which people of different gender identities and sex exisit in the world of negotiations. With this understanding we can better understand the outcomes of many negotiations.
Understanding how different identities are treated by others in negotiation, we can gain ways to overcome disadvantages that result from gender differences and stereotypes. With this knowledge we can perfect the way in which certain genders should proceed in negotiations in order to gain the best result possible.
Main differences between negotiations between males and females in the Western World.
Main differences between negotiations between males and females on an international level.
Men tend to focus on a status or data
Women tend to try to achieve or relate to someone they know or aspire to be
Women tend to be more specific
Ways to close the sex gap and strategies that can be used in order to have everyone on the same playing field.
Different cultural views
Women and men are seen with different stereotypes.
Different code of morals/traditions.
Summarize essay and rewrite thesis.
Strong final statement.
What sex would be deemd the better neogotiatiors?
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