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Arba Minch University (2018)

DETERMINANTES OF WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN MANAGERIAL POSITIONS :( THE CASE OF PUBLIC OFFICE IN KACHA BIRA WOREDA, KAMBATA TAMBARO ZONE, SNNPR)

DEGEFE HABITE HANKORE

Titre : DETERMINANTES OF WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN MANAGERIAL POSITIONS :( THE CASE OF PUBLIC OFFICE IN KACHA BIRA WOREDA, KAMBATA TAMBARO ZONE, SNNPR)

Auteur : DEGEFE HABITE HANKORE

Université de soutenance : Arba Minch University

Grade : Master of Business Administration (MBA) 2018

Résumé
In the world women participation at any managerial position were underrepresented for decision making even for cases related with them. Women’s management participation in Ethiopia has been a deep rooted problem. The aim of this paper is identifying Determinates of Women Participation in Managerial Positions : The Case of Public office of Kacha Bira Woreda. Both qualitative and quantitative research approaches was used. The data were collected using structured and unstructured questionnaire.Both primary and secondary data were collected. The primary data was collected from 313 respondents from the public office of the kacha bira woreda. The data was analyzed using both descriptive and inferential statistics. The finding of this study was socio-cultural factors, organizational cultural, work place police and gender Strotypes affect women managerial position participation in the study area. Also finding of this study show that Policies and legal frameworks constitute some inherent problems while at the same time their implementation is not as it was expected. Some of the explanations for this are low level of knowledge and lack of awareness, absence of institutions and institutional capacities in implementing gender based policy, politicization of women’s organization and deep rooted social-cultural mismanagements. Therefore, to improve such challenges to enhance gender equality, government, community, NGO and public heads should play considerable roles.

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