WHEN JENNIFER OLSEN STARTED WORKING AT THE LAW FIRM OF GOULD, STARNT, AND HEFFERNEN, SHE KNEW SHE WAS ONE OF ONLY A FEW WOMEN AT THE COMPANY WHO WAS…

WHEN JENNIFER OLSEN STARTED WORKING AT THE LAW FIRM OF GOULD, STARNT, AND HEFFERNEN, SHE KNEW SHE WAS ONE OF ONLY A FEW WOMEN AT THE COMPANY WHO WAS BALANCING WORK AND SINGLE MOTHERHOOD. DETERMINED TO MAKE HER JOB A SUCCESS, SHE WORKED LONG HOURS AND SACRIFICED MUCH TIME WITH HER CHILD FOR THE GOOD OF THE FIRM. DESPITE HER EFFORTS, HER PRODUCTIVITY, AND HER HIGH RATE OF CASES WON, SHE KNEW THERE WERE OTHER LAWYERS AT HER COMPANY WHO WOULD ALWAYS SEE HER AS A SINGLE MOTHER FIRST AND A LAWYER SECOND. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT TRUE ABOUT THE PERCEPTIONS OF JENNIFER’S CO-WORKERS?

Select one:

a. JENNIFER’S COWORKERS ARE BASING THEIR PERCEPTIONS ON STEREOTYPES OF SINGLE MOTHERS.b. JENNIFER’S COWORKERS ARE CALLING UPON DYSFUNCTIONAL SCHEMAS AS THEY PERCEIVE HER.c. JENNIFER’S COWORKERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF HER ARE INFLUENCED BY THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE FACT THAT SHE IS A SINGLE MOTHER.d. JENNIFER’S COWORKERS ARE USING IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT IN ORDER TO MAKE THEMSELVES LOOK BETTER TO THE FIRM OWNERS.