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December 3, 1990 | Anne Michaud, a free-lance writer who contributes regularly to The Times
It sounds like a feminist dream from the future. For similar jobs in similar companies, women are paid the same as men, both worry equally about the conflict between work and family, and career women can marry and still reach the top--in fact, 70% already have. But a new study conducted by Judy Rosener, a UCI professor of management, says that dream is today's reality.
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November 3, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A professional woman who runs a large merger and acquisition company arrives early for a flight. She stops in the airport bar for a drink. A man approaches her. "Would you like a little company?" he asks. "Sure," she responds brightly. "Have you got one for sale?" * Judy Rosener, a beguiling 66-year-old feminist in a designer suit, delights in telling such jokes and shattering stereotypes. Whether sharing the stage with Gen.
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November 3, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A professional woman who runs a large merger and acquisition company arrives early for a flight. She stops in the airport bar for a drink. A man approaches her. "Would you like a little company?" he asks. "Sure," she responds brightly. "Have you got one for sale?" * Judy Rosener, a beguiling 66-year-old feminist in a designer suit, delights in telling such jokes and shattering stereotypes. Whether sharing the stage with Gen.
BUSINESS
December 3, 1990 | Anne Michaud, a free-lance writer who contributes regularly to The Times
It sounds like a feminist dream from the future. For similar jobs in similar companies, women are paid the same as men, both worry equally about the conflict between work and family, and career women can marry and still reach the top--in fact, 70% already have. But a new study conducted by Judy Rosener, a UCI professor of management, says that dream is today's reality.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1989 | Judy B. Rosener
During 1989, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in commentary pieces for Orange County opinion pages. As the year comes to a close, we look back on some of those thoughts. It is no accident that those who use Coast Highway have a glorious view of the Pacific Ocean for a three-mile stretch along the Irvine Coast. It is no accident that the public now has access to the beaches that hug the bluffs that line the water's edge.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1987
Women can't say Sen. Campbell's conference wasn't a classy act. He had one first-class speaker, Sadat. One second-class speaker, Winfrey. And one no-class speaker, Judy Rosener. LAURA ALLEN Corona del Mar
BUSINESS
May 26, 1996
In "Stop Using Affirmative Action as Whipping Boy for Society's Woes" (Times Board of Advisors, May 19), professor Judy Rosener says: " . . . even if all affirmative action programs were eliminated today . . . the federal budget would still be unbalanced, gang wars would continue to occur, children would still be having children, corporate layoffs would persist, decaying roads and bridges would remain in need of repair and environmental pollution would...
MAGAZINE
March 26, 1989
Wonderful article--"Walk Like a Man." It illustrates the notion that those in the dominant culture feel no need to adjust to subculture environments. The ethnocentricity of males is much like the ethnocentricity of the United States around the world. JUDY B. ROSENER Newport Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1989 | Judy B. Rosener
During 1989, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in commentary pieces for Orange County opinion pages. As the year comes to a close, we look back on some of those thoughts. It is no accident that those who use Coast Highway have a glorious view of the Pacific Ocean for a three-mile stretch along the Irvine Coast. It is no accident that the public now has access to the beaches that hug the bluffs that line the water's edge.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1985
I was appalled to read your report (April 25) on a lecture given by Adriana Gianturco at UC Irvine. I am enrolled in Judy Rosener's class, and I found it difficult to believe that we had heard the same lecture. The point of Adriana's lecture was not to defend her past actions but rather to analyze those actions in the context of political theory. The most annoying part of the article was that the first five paragraphs were reiterations of misinformation previously reported by the media about Adriana.
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