8 Stan. J.L. Bus. & Fin. 317 (2002-2003)
The Links among Golf, Networking, and Women's Professional Advancement

handle is hein.journals/stabf8 and id is 323 raw text is: The Links Among Golf,
Networking, and
Women's Professional Advancement
Carolyn M. Janiak
Table of Contents
I. The Continuing Gender Gap in Legal and Business Professions
A. Gender Gap Statistics
B. Barriers to Women's Professional Advancement
1. The Work/Family Conflict and Gender Stereotypes
2. Networking Exclusion
C. Why Women's Exclusion From Networks Impacts Their Career
Advancement
1. Similarity Principle
2. Efforts to Limit the Effect of the Similarity Principle
H. Golf as a Networking Opportunity
A. Current Corporate Culture Promotes Golfing as a Networking Tool
B. How the Features of Golf Help Build Business Relationships
C. Golf as a Source of Power
Il. Women and the Institution of Golf
A. Persistent Second-Class Citizenship
1. The Influence of Exclusive All-Male Clubs
2. Private Clubs' Discriminatory Policies
B. Increasing Golf Participation Among Career Women
IV. Eliminating the Grass Ceiling
A. Legal and Political Reform
B. Law Firms' and Corporations' Responsibilities as Equal Opportunity
Employers
1. Tiger's Whiff: A Missed Opportunity
2. The Influence of Corporate America
J.D. candidate, Stanford Law School, 2004. B.A., Cornell University, 1999. Prior to
attending Stanford Law School, Ms. Janiak worked for two years as an investment banking
analyst at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York. The author would like to thank Professor
Deborah Rhode for her mentorship and for her tireless dedication and commitment to
improving the status of women.

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