Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
John Baker (Director), Lester Archer, and Joseph Cangemi
Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research
Doctor of Education
The purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of possible factors that contribute to the underrepresentation of women in leadership positions in Chinese media through their lived experience. The 10 participants in this study were from large media organizations in Beijing. The results of this study indicate Balancing work and family and Chinese traditional culture can be considered as the external possible factors of the barriers women leaders encountered in Beijing large media organizations; the negative influence of traditional culture on Chinese women, which refers to women’s low self-evaluation and negative self-awareness, can be taken as the possible internal factors of barriers Beijing media women leaders encounter in media organizations. One way to improve the situation Chinese women leaders face is to weaken the negative influence of traditional culture on Chinese women.
Communication | Educational Leadership | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Leadership Studies
Xiang, Xiaoxue, "A Phenomenology Study of Possible External and Internal Factors Relating t Women’s Under-Representation in Leadership in Large Chinese Media Organizations in Beijing City" (2020). Dissertations. Paper 187.