And when that culture still holds onto sexist views of women, even attempts to rectify this imbalance can backfire.
But this imbalance hurts Palestinians too, in at least two central ways.
I think some of them tried at first but may have been discouraged by the imbalance that obtained then between right and left.
Hoyer said this imbalance, common on most congressional committees, "didn't bother me as much as long as the process was fair."
The imbalance between US and European participation will continue to grow.
Conservative consultants say the imbalance is hardly a surprise based on their own efforts at courting corporations.
Raising the minimum wage is the least we can do to begin to correct the imbalance.
Governments recognize the imbalance between men and women is a problem, and are taking modest steps to curb the phenomenon.
That imbalance has grown over the past half-century, according to Ross, the Samford University professor.
That imbalance will continue even if and when Iran acquires nuclear capability.
imbalance im·bal·ance (ĭm-bāl'əns)
A lack of balance, as in distribution or functioning.
Lack of equality in some aspect of binocular vision, as in strabismus.