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Optimal reciprocity in mentor-protégé relationships depends largely on contextual factors. The article discusses three examples of contextual variables that can affect reciprocity: the academic research apprenticeship, gender, and culture. The authors argue that mentors' expectations of reciprocity necessarily must be adjusted in order to achieve ethical mentoring within these contexts.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2008