Women Academics in the World of Neoliberal, Managerial Higher Education
social inequality by attributing the presence of social hierarchy to innate individual differences (e.g., IQ) and acquired traits … This attribution style also serves to legitimize the suffering of structurally disadvantaged groups, such as minorities or people with mental health problems.
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