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Mechanisms of Gender Segregation in State Civil Service

Student: Ekaterina Krasyuk

Supervisor: Valeriya Utkina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

This paper observes gender segregation as a sustained practice in human resource management in state organizations. The aim of the paper is to define origins and factors of gender segregation . As a research object, state civil service selection has been chosen, as a research subject – mechanisms of gender segregation. Theoretical part fills up the gap in gender segregation studies, when practical part provides insight in gender segregation through case study, and leaves the space for researchers to think over the research field. Empirical part has been conducted through 20 semi-structured interviews with civil servants. Interviews' analysis does not contradict both hypothesises.

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