Scott, Rosemary Crompton, and Clare Lyonette. I think that this book will provide me with a broad perspective on the topic. The second source is a journal that is titled An Ambivalent Alliance: Hostile and Benevolent Sexism as Complementary Justifications for Gender Inequality which was written by Peter Glick and Susan T. Fiske. I believe that it reflect a more practical approach toward the problem. The third source that I engaged is a web page that has the title Gender Inequality and Women in the Workplace, but there is no identifiable author. I decided to use this source to gain the latest information on the topic since web pages are constantly updated and provide one with the most recent information.
Speaking of the first source that was mentioned, I think that it is rather credible since the book was published and read by other scholars. It is based on factual information. It relates to the topic of gender inequality in many ways, particularly giving broad analysis, engaging experience of different countries. There can be no doubt in its objectivity as the book was written by several authors and they should have agreed their view in the topic prior to publishing. That is why the position that is articulated in the book can hardly be biased.
As for the second source, it should also be seen as credible. Indeed, this article appeared in the peer reviewed journal and, therefore, in case it had any biased it would be criticized by the academic community. In the text the author express their views on the topic of gender inequality, suggesting that this is a rather controversial topic that should be analyzed from different points of view, but it should never be seen as positive to any party that is involved. Keeping in mind that there are two authors and the clearly state the sources that they used, one can hardly say that the article is biased or no objective.
The third source is a web site. The fact that it is a blog of Harvard Summer School