By Cheryl R. Lehman
No larger factor than the connection among ethics, fairness, and rules may be acknowledged to have emerged in those 'troubled times'. How do we account for carrying on with inequalities in an period selling enlightened social and financial connections? What mechanisms of perceptions and politics will allow coverage makers and students to boost major innovative switch? This quantity deals various study analyzing accounting's contribution to those demanding situations given the profession's multifaceted roles. Authors scrutinize govt reimbursement applications to guage no matter if beliefs of managerial strength are in line with the betterment of stakeholders. Others confront factor of gender stereotyping and describe attitudes fostering better equality. How can US laws increase auditor independence, improve reporting caliber, and increase accountability are the goals of a few authors, whereas responsibility and public coverage in a non-US atmosphere is researched in one other. jointly, those articles paintings towards illuminating the position of the accounting career as a possible switch agent fostering public curiosity concerns.
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The dull motif of the accountant was clearly male-typed. The common stereotypical symbol of the green-eyeshade had a man wearing it (Beran, 1968). The focus of the ﬁrst wave was to determine whether this negative image carried over to females in the nontraditional role of a CPA. The results showed that regardless of gender, accountants were perceived as strong (weak) regarding instrumental (expressive) traits. In short, the negative stereotype persisted regardless of gender. The second wave was conducted in 1982 after the entry of substantial numbers of females to make accounting a more gender-balanced profession.
His subjects, drawn from both labor and management groups, were each provided with a proﬁle and photograph of an average-looking man. However, some proﬁles described the man as a member of labor, others as a member of management; otherwise the proﬁles and pictures were identical. Haire observed that his subjects, in general, had a more favorable perception of the pictured man when he was described as a member of their own group. In the present study, subjects were given proﬁles and pictures of two CPAs as concepts or stimuli for evaluation.
Hypothesis 3 is limited to comparing year 2002 with 34 CHARLES R. ENIS Table 1. Years(s) Research Design. Respondent Picture Total Male Female 1972 Male Female Total 100a 100 200 100 100 200 200 200 400 1982 Male Female Total 62 80 142 48 63 111 110 143 253 1992 Male Female Total 48 60 108 35 55 90 83 115 198 2002 Male Female Total 64 69 133 61 68 129 125 137 262 All four years Male Female Total 274 309 583 244 286 530 518 595 1,113 a Number of subjects, for example, in 1972, 100 male respondents evaluated 100 proﬁles showing a picture of a male CPA.