This article describes the responses of the six higher education administrators in the U.S. regarding the effect of gender on workings of higher education administration. The six people interviewed have the belief that gender is basic to people's functioning and certainly to people's functioning as administrators. One of the administrators make a general statement that a major portion of the effect gender has on the workings of higher administration lies in the perceptions administrators develop about each other in terms of individual embodiment of or violation of enculturated expectations for males and females as applied to administration.
Mondschein, S. R. (1995). Gendered administration: A naturalistic study. Journal of the Association for Communication Administration, 24(1), 41–49.