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Volume 29, issue 6, 2022

Theorizing gender desegregation as political work: The case of the Welsh Labour Party pp. 1747-1763 Downloads
Owain Smolović Jones, Sanela Smolović Jones, Scott Taylor and Emily Yarrow
“The workload is staggering”: Changing working conditions of stay‐at‐home mothers under COVID‐19 lockdowns pp. 1764-1778 Downloads
Awish Aslam and Tracey L. Adams
Tracing networked images of gendered entrepreneurship online pp. 1779-1795 Downloads
Katrina Pritchard, Helen C. Williams and Maggie C. Miller
An ecofeminist position in critical practice: Challenging corporate truth in the Anthropocene pp. 1796-1814 Downloads
Charles Barthold, David Bevan and Hervé Corvellec
Neoliberal feminism in old age: Femininity, work, and retirement in the aftermath of the Great Recession pp. 1815-1830 Downloads
Ella Fegitz
Negotiating racialized organizational spaces and intimacies: An ethnography of playpen strip club pp. 1831-1848 Downloads
Cristina Silva, Michelle Newton‐Francis and Salvador Vidal‐Ortiz
The significance of trying: How organizational members meet the ambiguities of diversity pp. 1849-1867 Downloads
Annette Risberg and Hervé Corvellec
Hybrid gender colonization: The case of muxes pp. 1868-1889 Downloads
Jacobo Ramirez and Ana María Munar
Intersectionality on screen. A coloniality perspective to understand popular culture representations of intersecting oppressions at work pp. 1890-1909 Downloads
Charles Barthold, Victor Krawczyk, Marco Berti and Vincenza Priola
Equal pay behind the “Glass Door”? The gender gap in upper management in a male‐dominated industry pp. 1910-1926 Downloads
Charlotte Kräft
Gender and employment: Recalibrating women's position in work, organizations, and society in times of COVID‐19 pp. 1927-1934 Downloads
Chantal Remery, Richard J. Petts, Joop Schippers and Mara A. Yerkes
Merging the public and private spheres of women's work: Narratives from women street food vendors during Covid‐19 crisis pp. 1935-1951 Downloads
Puja Guha, Annapurna Neti and Roshni Lobo
Gendering boundary work: Experiences of work–family practices among Finnish working parents during COVID‐19 lockdown pp. 1952-1968 Downloads
Katri Otonkorpi‐Lehtoranta, Milla Salin, Mia Hakovirta and Anniina Kaittila
Reduced well‐being during the COVID‐19 pandemic – The role of working conditions pp. 1969-1990 Downloads
Gundula Zoch, Ann‐Christin Bächmann and Basha Vicari
Has the COVID‐19 pandemic changed gender‐ and parental‐status‐specific differences in working from home? Panel evidence from Germany pp. 1991-2011 Downloads
Anja‐Kristin Abendroth, Yvonne Lott, Lena Hipp, Dana Müller, Armin Sauermann and Tanja Carstensen
Changing attitudes about the impact of women's employment on families: The COVID‐19 pandemic effect pp. 2012-2033 Downloads
Leen Vandecasteele, Katya Ivanova, Inge Sieben and Tim Reeskens
The gendered consequences of the COVID‐19 lockdown on unpaid work in Swiss dual earner couples with children pp. 2034-2051 Downloads
Stephanie Steinmetz, Leen Vandecasteele, Florence Lebert, Marieke Voorpostel and Oliver Lipps
Translocational belongings: Intersectional dilemmas and social inequalities By Floya Anthias, first edition pp. 2052-2055 Downloads
Sajia Ferdous
La conversation des sexes. Philosophie du consentement By Manon Garcia, Climats, Department of Flammarion (Ed.), 2021, ISBN: 978‐2‐0802‐4236‐5 (pbk) ISBN (epub): 978‐2‐08‐026838‐9 ISBN (PDF Web): 978‐2‐0802‐6841‐9 price: paperback €19, ebook: €13.99 pp. 2056-2060 Downloads
Christine Naschberger

Volume 29, issue 5, 2022

Solidarity and mutual aid: Women organizing the “visible hand” urban commons pp. 1405-1427 Downloads
Zofia Łapniewska
Baking injera in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Women's invisible labor in the teff value chain pp. 1428-1442 Downloads
Diede Smith, Marina de Regt and Addis Alem Tekalign
Badass marines: Resistance practices against the introduction of women in the Dutch military pp. 1443-1462 Downloads
Nina van Douwen, Marieke van den Brink and Yvonne Benschop
Invisible work at work and the reproduction of gendered social service organizations pp. 1463-1480 Downloads
Einat Lavee and Amit Kaplan
Filling a gap in maternity care: The caring dilemma in doula practice pp. 1481-1494 Downloads
Christina Young
Maternity provision, contract status, and likelihood of returning to work: Evidence from research intensive universities in the UK pp. 1495-1510 Downloads
Joanna M. Davies, Lisa Jane Brighton, Florence Reedy and Sabrina Bajwah
Queer subjectivities in hospitality labor pp. 1511-1525 Downloads
Megan Sharp, David Farrugia, Julia Coffey, Steven Threadgold, Lisa Adkins and Rosalind Gill
Occupational stigma among further education teaching staff in hair and beauty: Mild but challenging pp. 1526-1541 Downloads
Oonagh M. Harness
Narratives from Casa Tina Martins' Women's referral center: Aesthetics of existence in the struggle against gender violence pp. 1542-1561 Downloads
Thaís Zimovski Garcia de Oliveira, Rafael Diogo Pereira and Alexandre de Pádua Carrieri
Tyred out: Natural aging and aesthetic labor in Pirelli's 2017 calendar pp. 1562-1577 Downloads
Katrina Pritchard and Rebecca Whiting
Viewed with suspicion, considered idle and mocked‐working caregiving fathers and fatherhood forfeits pp. 1578-1593 Downloads
Jasmine Kelland, Duncan Lewis and Virginia Fisher
A gay reflection on microaggressions, symbolic normativities, and pink hair pp. 1594-1611 Downloads
Aleksi Soini
Working in nontraditional employment roles: Understanding and breaking down the barriers to gender segregation pp. 1612-1616 Downloads
Susan Durbin, Rae Cooper, Hazel Conley, Tessa Wright and Ana Lopes
Maping gendered social closure mechanisms through examination of seven male‐dominated occupations pp. 1617-1637 Downloads
Marta Ibáñez and Elisa García‐Mingo
Female taxi drivers in Mexico City: Facing patriarchal structures as a force of oppression pp. 1638-1657 Downloads
Anri Hiramatsu
Gender inequality in an “Equal” environment pp. 1658-1675 Downloads
Valerie Caven, Elena Navarro Astor and Vita Urbanavičienė
‘I’ll never be one of the boys’: Gender harassment of women working as pilots and automotive tradespeople pp. 1676-1691 Downloads
Meraiah Foley, Sarah Oxenbridge, Rae Cooper and Marian Baird
Male‐dominated workplaces and the power of masculine privilege: A comparison of the Australian political and construction sectors pp. 1692-1711 Downloads
Natalie Galea and Louise Chappell
Women's formal networking: The relationship between networking activities and power pp. 1712-1741 Downloads
Vanda Papafilippou, Susan Durbin and Hazel Conley
Cheffes de Cuisine: Women and Work in the Professional French Kitchen pp. 1743-1745 Downloads
Deborah A. Harris

Volume 29, issue 4, 2022

From pure academics to transformative scholars? The crisis of the “ideal academic” in a Peruvian university pp. 971-987 Downloads
Omar Manky and Sergio Saravia
Latina farmworkers' experiences: Maintaining dignity in an oppressive workplace pp. 988-1007 Downloads
Maira A. Areguin and Abigail J. Stewart
Restructuring masculinities and reshaping inequalities: Negotiations of (gendered) sales work and relations in an industrial organization pp. 1008-1024 Downloads
Kristina Johansson, Elias Andersson and Maria Johansson
Steely determination? Constructions of masculinity in a former UK steelworker community pp. 1025-1040 Downloads
Reece Garcia
Rethinking how we work with Acker's theory of gendered organizations: An abductive approach for feminist empirical research pp. 1041-1064 Downloads
Trudy Bates
Exploring the domestic division of labor when both parents are involuntarily working from home: The effects of the UK COVID pandemic pp. 1065-1081 Downloads
Reece Garcia
Everyday racism and the denial of migrant African women’s good caring in aged care work pp. 1082-1094 Downloads
Temitope Olasunkanmi‐Alimi, Kristin Natalier and Monique Mulholland
Stigma, sustainability, and capitals: A case study on the menstrual cup pp. 1095-1112 Downloads
Lara Owen
Organizing male infertility: Masculinities and fertility treatment pp. 1113-1131 Downloads
Lucia Cervi and David Knights
Experiencing liminality: At the crossroads of neoliberal and gendered experiences pp. 1132-1148 Downloads
Vijayta Doshi
More than handmaids: Nursing, labor activism and feminism pp. 1149-1163 Downloads
Jessa Lingel, Rosemary Clark-Parsons and Kim Branciforte
A new currency for paid care: Circles of reciprocity pp. 1164-1177 Downloads
Shiri Regev‐Messalem
Intersectional identities and career progression in retail: The experiences of minority‐ethnic women pp. 1178-1198 Downloads
Juliet Elizabeth Kele, Catherine Cassell, Jacqueline Ford and Kathryn Watson
Heroism and/as injurious speech: Recognition, precarity, and inequality in health and social care work pp. 1199-1218 Downloads
Sophie Hales and Melissa Tyler
Krasas, J. Still a Mother: Noncustodial Mothers, Gendered Institutions, and Social Change New York: Cornell University Press. 2021, ix‐x, 228 pp., ISBN13: 9781501754296; hbk $125.00 pp. 1219-1222 Downloads
Annie McGhee
Caring about the unequal effects of the pandemic: What feminist theory, art, and activism can teach us pp. 1224-1235 Downloads
Emmanouela Mandalaki, Noortje van Amsterdam, Ajnesh Prasad and Marianna Fotaki
A femin… manifesto: Academic ecologies of care and cure during a global health pandemic pp. 1236-1258 Downloads
Angelo Benozzo, Mirka Koro, Anani Vasquez, Mariia Vitrukh, Pietro Barbetta and Charlton Long
The “new normal” of academia in pandemic times: Resisting toxicity through care pp. 1259-1271 Downloads
Mie Plotnikof and Ea Høg Utoft
Indignação and declaração corporal: Luta and artivism in Brazil during the times of the pandemic pp. 1272-1292 Downloads
Yuliya Shymko, Camilla Quental and Madeleine Navarro Mena
From the nice work to the hard work: “Troubling” community‐based CareMongering during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 1293-1313 Downloads
Amy Kipp and Roberta Hawkins
Tread lightly: Liminality and Covid‐19 reflections pp. 1314-1330 Downloads
Liela A. Jamjoom
In lockdown with my inner saboteur: A collaborative collage on self‐compassion pp. 1331-1345 Downloads
Ana Paula Lafaire, Aleksi Soini and Leni Grünbaum
Locked up and down: Incarceration, care, and art in a pandemic pp. 1346-1359 Downloads
Anne‐marie Greene, Deborah Dean, Sarah Bartley and Caoimhe McAvinchey
Feminism from the margins: How women are contesting the “othering” of Muslims through arts‐based resistance? pp. 1360-1374 Downloads
Ritesh Kumar and Rahul Kamble
Remote schooling during a pandemic: Visibly Muslim mothering and the entanglement of personal and political pp. 1375-1385 Downloads
Şeyma Özdemir
“Intensity, anxiety … but also, hope?” Reflections on care, whiteness, and emotions by women of color during the virocene pp. 1386-1403 Downloads
Angie Mejia, Danniella Balangoy and Chandi Katoch

Volume 29, issue 3, 2022

Are we failing female and racialized academics? A Canadian national survey examining the impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on tenure and tenure‐track faculty pp. 703-722 Downloads
Jennifer C. Davis, Eric Ping Hung Li, Mary Stewart Butterfield, Gino A. DiLabio, Nithi Santhagunam and Barbara Marcolin
Feminized anti‐Blackness in the professoriate pp. 723-738 Downloads
E Alexander
The social relations of gold: How a gendered asset serves social reproduction and finance in Pakistan pp. 739-757 Downloads
Ghazal Mir Zulfiqar
Choreographing social reproduction: Making personal protective equipment and gender during a neoliberal pandemic pp. 758-777 Downloads
Braden Leap, Kimberly Kelly and Marybeth C. Stalp
Corporeal generosity: Breastfeeding bodies and female‐dominated workplaces pp. 778-799 Downloads
Elaine Burns, Susanne Gannon, Heather Pierce and Sky Hugman
“Women of ill repute”: Pariah femininities, retaliatory violence, and the negotiation of rebel identities among women bartenders pp. 800-816 Downloads
Emily H. Starr
Women who host: An intersectional critique of rentier capitalism on AirBnB pp. 817-829 Downloads
George Maier and Kate R. Gilchrist
Labors of love: Work, labor, and care in dog–human relations pp. 830-844 Downloads
Erika Cudworth
Involved fatherhood and the workplace context: A new theoretical approach pp. 845-862 Downloads
Jamie Atkinson
Exploring the lived experiences of Singapore’s “opt‐out” mothers: Introducing “Professional Motherhood” pp. 863-879 Downloads
Ben Kerrane, Emma Banister and Hadi Wijaya
Elite women coaches negotiating and resisting power in football pp. 880-896 Downloads
Annelies Knoppers, Donna de Haan, Leanne Norman and Nicole LaVoi
Close encounters: Migrant bodies, workplace, and intimate labor in Asia pp. 897-905 Downloads
Denise L. Spitzer, Theodora Lam, Kellynn Wee and Brenda S. A. Yeoh
Working intimacies: Migrant beer sellers, surveillance, and intimate labor in Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand pp. 906-921 Downloads
Denise L. Spitzer
“God blessed me with employers who don't starve their helpers”: Food insecurity and dehumanization in domestic work pp. 922-937 Downloads
Julie Ham and Aaron Ceradoy
“Let my hands be your hands”: Constructions of intimacy among Filipina migrants in the care of the elderly in Japan pp. 938-952 Downloads
Katrina Navallo
Positional embodiment: How networks shape the lived experiences of the bodies of female sex workers in post‐socialist China pp. 953-970 Downloads
Yeon Jung Yu

Volume 29, issue 2, 2022

“A trade of one's own”: The role of social and cultural capital in the success of women in male‐dominated occupations pp. 371-387 Downloads
Donna Bridges, Larissa Bamberry, Elizabeth Wulff and Branka Krivokapic‐Skoko
The COVID‐19 pandemic: Narratives of informal women workers in Indian Punjab pp. 388-407 Downloads
Nadia Singh and Areet Kaur
Feminist resistance building in the Brazilian agroecology movement: A gender decoloniality study pp. 408-426 Downloads
Flávia Naves and Yuna Fontoura
Gender‐based exclusionary practices in performance appraisal pp. 427-442 Downloads
Angel Ellul Fenech, Shireen Kanji and Zsuzsanna Vargha
Feminism through the market? A study of gender‐equality consultants in France pp. 443-465 Downloads
Soline Blanchard
Repoliticizing diversity work? Exploring the performative potentials of norm‐critical activism pp. 466-485 Downloads
Mie Plotnikof, Sara Louise Muhr, Lotte Holck and Sine Nørholm Just
Egalitarian inequality: Gender equality and pattern bargaining pp. 486-501 Downloads
Ines Wagner and Mari Teigen
(Not) bringing your whole self to work: The gendered experience of upward mobility in the UK Civil Service pp. 502-519 Downloads
Sam Friedman
The production of difference and “becoming Black”: The experiences of female Nigerian doctors and nurses working in the National Health Service pp. 520-535 Downloads
Nkechinyelu Ann Edeh, Sarah Riley and Patrizia Kokot‐Blamey
Battered South‐Asian diasporic women: Culture, secrets and work pp. 536-560 Downloads
Edwina Pio and Vikashni Moore
Writing bodies and bodies of text: Thinking vulnerability through monsters pp. 561-574 Downloads
Line Henriksen, Katrine Meldgaard Kjær, Marie Blønd, Marisa Cohn, Baki Cakici, Rachel Douglas‐Jones, Pedro Ferreira, Viktoriya Feshak, Simy Kaur Gahoonia and Sunniva Sandbukt
Embodying feminism: Donor demands and bridgework in Cambodian nongovernmental organizations pp. 575-590 Downloads
Mary‐Collier Wilks
Athena SWAN gender equality plans and the gendered impact of COVID‐19 pp. 591-608 Downloads
Thereza Raquel Sales de Aguiar, Shamima Haque and Keith Bender
Brothers and broken dreams: Men, masculinity, and emotions in platform capitalism pp. 609-625 Downloads
Trang Thi Quynh Dinh and Janne Tienari
If I knew then what I know now pp. 626-638 Downloads
Saoirse Caitlin O’Shea
Women deserve better: A discussion on COVID‐19 and the gendered organization in the new economy pp. 639-649 Downloads
Simisola Johnson
Negotiating masculinities in times of crisis: On the COVID frontline in Pakistan pp. 650-665 Downloads
Amna Chaudhry and John Amis
Women’s entrepreneurial subjectivity under scrutiny: Expert knowledge on gender and entrepreneurship pp. 666-686 Downloads
Amparo Serrano‐Pascual and Carlota Carretero‐García
How are gender inequalities (re)produced in France? A look at the roles of work, family, and school pp. 687-692 Downloads
Didier Chabanet
Sharing care: Equal and primary fathers and early years parenting pp. 693-696 Downloads
Mark Gatto
Power & consent by Rachel Doyle SC: Challenging the secrecy, blame & shame that occurs in cases of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces pp. 697-702 Downloads
Sarah Duffy and Michelle O’Shea

Volume 29, issue 1, 2022

Reproductive justice: Born transnational pp. 1-7 Downloads
Laura Briggs
Fertility treatment and organizational discourses of the non‐reproductive female body pp. 8-27 Downloads
Lucia Cervi and Joanna Brewis
The “diseased” activist's body as the site of trauma: Anti‐racist struggles and the postrace academy pp. 28-43 Downloads
Yasmin Ibrahim
The woman writer's body: Multiplicity, neoliberalism, and feminist resistance pp. 44-57 Downloads
Sharon Ee Ling Quah and Alexandra Ridgway
“Show us what you’ve got”: From experiences of undoing to mobilizing agentic vulnerability in research pp. 58-78 Downloads
Barbara Plester, Heesun Kim, Janet Sayers and Brigid Carroll
Vulnerable relational knowing that matters pp. 79-91 Downloads
Susan Meriläinen, Tarja Salmela and Anu Valtonen
What is intersectional equality? A definition and goal of equality for organizations pp. 92-109 Downloads
Dorian R. Woods, Yvonne Benschop and Marieke van den Brink
Gender and ethnic equity in Aotearoa New Zealand's public service before and since Covid‐19: Toward intersectional inclusion? pp. 110-130 Downloads
Jane Parker, Janet Sayers, Amanda Young‐Hauser, Shirley Barnett, Patricia Loga and Selu Paea
Indigenous and gendered persons and peoples in business ethics education: Intersections of Indigenous wisdoms and de Beauvoirian existentialism pp. 131-150 Downloads
Shelley T. Price, Christopher M. Hartt, Albert J. Mills and Nia F. MacFarlane
“Who else is gonna do it if we don't?” Gender, education, and the crisis of care in the 2018 West Virginia teachers' strike pp. 151-166 Downloads
Nancy Weiss Hanrahan and Sarah Amsler
Critical feminist analysis of STEM mentoring programs: A meta‐synthesis of the existing literature pp. 167-187 Downloads
Makini Beck, Jillian Cadwell, Anne Kern, Ke Wu, Maniphone Dickerson and Melinda Howard
And roses too: How “Better Work” facilitates gender empowerment in global supply chains pp. 188-204 Downloads
Kelly Pike and Beth English
Change agents or defending the status quo? How senior leaders frame workplace gender equality pp. 205-221 Downloads
Natasha Cortis, Meraiah Foley and Sue Williamson
Identity tensions of women with two leadership positions in India pp. 222-240 Downloads
Dina Banerjee and Nazia Zabin Memon
Gender and telework: Work and family experiences of teleworking professional, middle‐class, married women with children during the Covid‐19 pandemic in Turkey pp. 241-255 Downloads
Sevgi Çoban
The emotional toll of postfeminist fatherhood pp. 256-272 Downloads
Julia Gruson‐Wood, Carla Rice, Jess Haines and Gwen E. Chapman
“Isn't it ironic…!?!” Mobility researchers go sedentary: A group auto‐ethnography on collective coping and care in pandemic times pp. 273-300 Downloads
Kerstin Martel, Monique Raupp, Acil Abdul Hadi, Emilija Oleškevičiūtė, Rodrigo Mello, Tania Biswas and Giovanna S. Milani
Perceptions of gendered‐challenges in academia: How women academics see gender hierarchies as barriers to achievement pp. 301-308 Downloads
Hande Eslen‐Ziya and Tevfik Murat Yildirim
Academic mothers, professional identity and COVID‐19: Feminist reflections on career cycles, progression and practice pp. 309-341 Downloads
Dorothea Bowyer, Milissa Deitz, Anne Jamison, Chloe E. Taylor, Erika Gyengesi, Jaime Ross, Hollie Hammond, Anita Eseosa Ogbeide and Tinashe Dune
Academic mothers with disabilities: Navigating academia and parenthood during COVID‐19 pp. 342-352 Downloads
Kathryn Wagner, Summer Melody Pennell, Meike Eilert and Stacey R. Lim
From “nobody's clapping for us” to “bad moms”: COVID‐19 and the circle of childcare in Canada pp. 353-367 Downloads
Julia Smith
Gender: In World Perspective 4th Edition by Raewyn Connell—Book review by James Pickles pp. 368-370 Downloads
James Pickles
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