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Gender Discrimination in Philadelphia Orchestra Case

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The purpose of the paper is to provide some probable solutions towards the promotion of gender equity in the companies especially in the Orchestra Company in our study. The method undertaken for the current research comprises of both primary and secondary sources and essentially qualitative analysis apart from some help of statistics from different kinds of literature. Secondary sources save both time and money while they also help us possess an idea to approach the primary research and obtain our results or provide recommendations in this case. The interviewees from our previous studies have been approached with further questions regarding their views with respect to some probable solution in the context of the currently discussed issue and also questions about the current conditions persist in the music industry.

Only a couple of open-ended questions were enough to obtain the opinions and an idea about the solutions to be undertaken. The main idea was to let them speak and express their suggestions. Not all the participants gave the answers sought for but the few responses received from the interview helped a lot in deriving the conclusions for this research.

Their views have been cross-checked with the model for gender equity undertaken in Mexico. Problem analysisA recent study undertaken by Ruegger and King (2004) suggests that gender is an important determinant of ethical behavior or disposition. The study has also illustrated through a primary survey that ethical behavior on the part of females is better compared to that of men and that age is another main determinant about ethical perceptions (the students belonging to an age group above 40 years were more ethical than the age group of 31-40 years and the group belonging to below 21 years were at the bottom of the order).

Decision-making in the business scenario reveals the individual perceptions, which differ from one company to another, are guided by different motives. (Ferrell, Fraedrich, & Ferrell, 2009).

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