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**Directions (1 to 10) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These members are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.**

Do women **(1) __** leaderships different from what men do? And if so, will feminine leadership **(2)** **__ **where **(3)** **__ **leadership does not? A recent study suggests somewhat paradoxically that female managers **(4)** **__ **their male **(5)** **__ **even when the personal characteristics of them are very **(6)** **__.**Of the two schools of thought, the structuralist theory argues that men and women do not receive the same treatment in the workplace and that stamping out **(7)** **__ **bias would stamp out the observed **(8)** **__ **in contents that men and women experience work differently because men see work as more **(9)** **__ **to their lives. These **(10)** **__ **explanations, apart, today business appears to be undergoing a feminisation of leadership.

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