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Gender, Work and Organization

2014 - 2019

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Volume 26, issue 9, 2019

Race, threat and workplace sexual harassment: The dynamics of harassment in the United States, 1997–2016 pp. 1221-1240 Downloads
Dan Cassino and Yasemin Besen‐Cassino
The Blackened body and White governmentality: Managing the UK academy and the production of shame pp. 1241-1254 Downloads
Sadhvi Dar and Yasmin Ibrahim
Silence‐breaking butterfly effect: Resistance towards the military within #MeToo pp. 1255-1270 Downloads
Aida Alvinius and Arita Holmberg
Just one of the guys until shower time: How symbolic embodiment threatens women's inclusion in the US military pp. 1271-1288 Downloads
Christina R. Steidl and Aislinn Roxanne Brookshire
Organizational processes and gender integration in operational military units: An Israel Defense Forces case study pp. 1289-1303 Downloads
Uzi Ben‐Shalom, Eyal Lewin and Shimrit Engel
Are fire services ‘extremely gendered’ organizations? Examining the Country Fire Authority (CFA) in Australia pp. 1304-1323 Downloads
Meagan Tyler, Lisa Carson and Benjamin Reynolds
Goodbye to the golden cage: Transformations in gender norms and family morality for working‐class women in occupations considered masculine in Mexico pp. 1324-1339 Downloads
Cristina Herrera and María Carolina Agoff
Hollywood power brokers: Gender and racial inequality in talent agencies pp. 1340-1356 Downloads
Samantha J. Simon
Gendering Israel's Outsourcing: The Erasure of Employees' Caring Skills. by Orly Benjamin. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, 207 pp., eBook 978‐3‐319‐40727‐2, €83,29 pp. 1357-1359 Downloads
Amalia Sa'ar
We'll Call You if We Need You: Experiences of Women Working Construction by Susan Eisenberg. Ithaca, NY: IRP Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2nd ed., 2018, pp. 246. hardcover $95.00, paperback $19.95. ISBN 978‐1501‐72493‐0 pp. 1360-1363 Downloads
Tessa Wright
Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy by R. Ocejo. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2017, 368 pp., e‐book US$15.18, ISBN: 978–1–400‐88486‐5 pp. 1364-1366 Downloads
Gemma Piercy

Volume 26, issue 8, 2019

Introduction to special issue: Exploring the emergence of moderate feminism(s) in contemporary organizations pp. 1063-1072 Downloads
Patricia Lewis, Maria Adamson, Ingrid Biese and Elisabeth Kelan
Women Who Work: The limits of the neoliberal feminist paradigm pp. 1073-1082 Downloads
Catherine Rottenberg
Neoliberal feminism: The neoliberal rhetoric on feminism by Australian political actors pp. 1083-1099 Downloads
Linda Colley and Catherine White
Imagining new feminist futures: How feminist social movements contest the neoliberalization of feminism in an increasingly corporate‐dominated world pp. 1100-1116 Downloads
Kate Grosser and Lauren McCarthy
Transnational business feminism: Exporting feminism in the global economy pp. 1117-1137 Downloads
Éva Fodor, Christy Glass and Beáta Nagy
The resonance of moderate feminism and the gendered relations of austerity pp. 1138-1155 Downloads
Shelley Budgeon
Economies of visibility as a moderator of feminism: ‘Never mind Brexit. Who won Legs‐it!’ pp. 1156-1175 Downloads
Sharon Mavin, Carole Elliott, Valerie Stead and Jannine Williams
Accounting for equality: Gender budgeting and moderate feminism pp. 1176-1190 Downloads
Ulrike Marx
Moderate feminism within or against the neoliberal university? The example of Athena SWAN pp. 1191-1211 Downloads
Charikleia Tzanakou and Ruth Pearce
On agency and empowerment in a #MeToo world pp. 1212-1220 Downloads
Banu Ozkazanc‐Pan

Volume 26, issue 7, 2019

Working mothers, injury and embodied care work pp. 877-894 Downloads
JaneMaree Maher, Nickie Charles and Carol Wolkowitz
‘Women, work and family’: Educated women's employment decisions and social policies in Egypt pp. 895-914 Downloads
Ghada Barsoum
A multilevel perspective of the identity transition to motherhood pp. 915-933 Downloads
Sophie Hennekam, Jawad Syed, Faiza Ali and Jean‐Pierre Dumazert
Non‐job work/unpaid caring: Gendered industrial relations in long‐term care pp. 934-947 Downloads
Donna Baines and Pat Armstrong
Care parading as service: Negotiating recognition and equality in user‐controlled personal assistance pp. 948-961 Downloads
Cecilie Basberg Neumann and Tonje Gundersen
Women's desire for the kaleidoscope of authenticity, balance and challenge: A multi‐method study of female health workers’ careers pp. 962-982 Downloads
Marjorie Spooner O’Neill and Denise Jepsen
Doing gender in public services: Affective labour of employment agents pp. 983-999 Downloads
Barbara Glinsner, Birgit Sauer, Myriam Gaitsch, Otto Penz and Johanna Hofbauer
Kafka on gender, organization and technology: The role of ‘bureaucratic eros’ in administering change pp. 1000-1016 Downloads
Marinus Ossewaarde
Gendered work culture in free/libre open source software development pp. 1017-1031 Downloads
Yu‐Wei Lin and Matthijs den Besten
We are strong and we are resilient: Career experiences of women engineers pp. 1032-1052 Downloads
Shaista E. Khilji and Kelly Harper Pumroy
Prostitution Research in Context: Methodology, Representation and Power, edited by Marlene Spanger and May‐Len Skilbrei. New York, NY: Routledge, 2017. pp. 176, hardback price: £93.99. ISBN: 978‐1‐138‐90948‐9 pp. 1053-1055 Downloads
Giulia Selmi
Women's Emancipation and Civil Society Organisations: Challenging or Maintaining the Status Quo? Edited by Christina Schwabenland, Chris Lange, Jenny Onyx and Sachiko Nakagawa. Bristol: Policy Press, 2017, 388 pp., Paperback: 978‐1447324782, £28.99 pp. 1056-1058 Downloads
Julia Smith
The Palgrave International Handbook of Women and Outdoor Learning edited by T. Gray and D. Mitten. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018 pp. 1059-1061 Downloads
Simon Beames

Volume 26, issue 6, 2019

Introduction to special issue: Gender, knowledge production and knowledge work pp. 765-771 Downloads
Pauline Cullen, Myra Marx Ferree and Mieke Verloo
‘If you put pressure on yourself to produce then that's your responsibility’: Mothers’ experiences of maternity leave and flexible work in the neoliberal university pp. 772-788 Downloads
Kate Huppatz, Kate Sang and Jemina Napier
‘We were fighting for our place’: Resisting gender knowledge regimes through feminist knowledge network formation pp. 789-804 Downloads
Sally Jones, Angela Martinez Dy and Natalia Vershinina
Organizational interventions and the creation of gendered knowledge: US universities and NSF ADVANCE pp. 805-821 Downloads
Kathrin Zippel and Myra Marx Ferree
Affective virtuosity: Challenges for governance feminism in the context of the economic crisis pp. 822-839 Downloads
Anna Elomäki, Johanna Kantola, Anu Koivunen and Hanna Ylöstalo
And … action? Gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries pp. 840-859 Downloads
Doris Ruth Eikhof, Jack Newsinger, Daria Luchinskaya and Daniela Aidley
Information processing as gendered knowledge work: A historical case study pp. 860-875 Downloads
Daniel R. Huebner

Volume 26, issue 5, 2019

Challenging gender pay gaps: Organizational and regulatory strategies pp. 593-598 Downloads
Susan Milner, Sophie Pochic, Alexandra Scheele and Sue Williamson
From evidence to action: Applying gender mainstreaming to pay gaps in the Welsh public sector pp. 599-618 Downloads
Alison Parken and Rachel Ashworth
Achieving pay equity: Strategic mobilization for substantive equality in Aotearoa New Zealand pp. 619-632 Downloads
Judy McGregor and Sharyn Graham Davies
Sisters (can’t) unite! Wages as macro‐political and the gendered power orders of corporatism pp. 633-649 Downloads
Paula Koskinen Sandberg and Milja Saari
Battles through and about statistics in French pay equity bargaining: The politics of quantification at workplace level pp. 650-667 Downloads
Sophie Pochic and Vincent‐Arnaud Chappe
Variations of the same? A sectoral analysis of the gender pay gap in Germany and Austria pp. 668-687 Downloads
Nadja Bergmann, Alexandra Scheele and Claudia Sorger
Is there a wage cost for employees in family‐friendly workplaces? The effect of different employer policies pp. 688-721 Downloads
Ariane Pailhé and Anne Solaz
Influence of female managers on gender wage gap and returns to cognitive and non‐cognitive skills pp. 722-737 Downloads
Jiri Balcar and Veronika Hedija
Management gender composition and the gender pay gap: Evidence from British panel data pp. 738-764 Downloads
Dragana Stojmenovska

Volume 26, issue 4, 2019

Stopped in our tracks: From ‘giving an account’ to an ethics of recognition in feminist praxis pp. 393-410 Downloads
Talila Milroy, Leanne Cutcher and Melissa Tyler
Governing through accountability: Gendered moral selves and the (im)possibilities of resistance in the neoliberal university pp. 411-429 Downloads
Marjan De Coster and Patrizia Zanoni
Subjectivation processes and gender in a neoliberal model of science in three Spanish research centres pp. 430-447 Downloads
Agnès Vayreda, Ester Conesa, Beatriz Revelles‐Benavente and Ana M. González Ramos
Precarity, gender and care in the neoliberal academy pp. 448-462 Downloads
Mariya Ivancheva, Kathleen Lynch and Kathryn Keating
‘Not one of the family’: Gender and precarious work in the neoliberal university pp. 463-479 Downloads
Theresa O'Keefe and Aline Courtois
Female and foreign: An intersectional exploration of the experiences of skilled migrant women in Qatar pp. 480-500 Downloads
Jenny K. Rodriguez and Tracy Scurry
Structural accommodations of patriarchy: Women and workplace gender segregation in Qatar pp. 501-519 Downloads
Rania Salem and Kathryn M. Yount
Professional feminists: Challenging local government inside out pp. 520-540 Downloads
Freya Johnson Ross
Challenging the gendered rhetoric of success? The limitations of women‐only mentoring for tackling gender inequality in the workplace pp. 541-557 Downloads
Katherine Dashper
No finish line: How formalization of academic assessment can undermine clarity and increase secrecy pp. 558-581 Downloads
Karin Svedberg Helgesson and Ebba Sjögren
Women, Labor Segmentation and Regulation: Varieties of Gender Gaps, edited by Georgina Murray and David Peetz. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, 271 pp., hbk £83.19 pp. 582-584 Downloads
Tania Toffanin
Bodies, Symbols and Organizational Practice: The Gendered Dynamics of Power Edited by Agnes Bolsø, Stine H. Bang Svendsen and Siri Øyslebø Sørensen. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018, 264 p., hardback: £93,5, e‐book: £20. ISBN: 9781138233706 (Hardback), ISBN: 9781315308951 (eBook) pp. 585-589 Downloads
Rebecca Waters Boldsen Lund
Postfeminism and Organization edited by Patricia Lewis, Yvonne Benschop and Ruth Simpson. London: Routledge, 2018, 235 pp., ISBN: 978‐1‐138‐21221‐3 pp. 590-592 Downloads
Cinzia (Vincenza) Priola

Volume 26, issue 3, 2019

Organizing animals: Species, gender and power at work pp. 239-245 Downloads
Janet Sayers, Lindsay Hamilton and Kate Sang
From manstream measuring to multispecies sustainability? A gendered reading of bee‐ing sustainable pp. 246-266 Downloads
Olivia Davies and Kathleen Riach
Who's a good boy then? Anthropocentric masculinities in veterinary practice pp. 267-287 Downloads
Caroline Clarke and David Knights
The compounding feminization of animal cruelty investigation work and its multispecies implications pp. 288-302 Downloads
Kendra Coulter and Amy Fitzgerald
Bringing dogs onto campus: Inclusions and exclusions of animal bodies in organizations pp. 303-321 Downloads
Nickie Charles and Carol Wolkowitz
Knowing cows: Transformative mobilizations of human and non‐human bodies in an emotionography of the slaughterhouse pp. 322-342 Downloads
Eimear McLoughlin
Resisting sexism and speciesism in the social sciences: Using feminist, species‐inclusive, visual methods to value the work of women and (other) animals pp. 343-357 Downloads
Nik Taylor and Heather Fraser
‘Please tell me when you are in pain’: A heartbreaking story of care, grief and female–canine companionship pp. 358-376 Downloads
Suvi Satama and Astrid Huopalainen
Legitimizing leisure experiences as emotional work: A post‐humanist approach to gendered equine encounters pp. 377-391 Downloads
Rebecca Finkel and Paula Danby

Volume 26, issue 2, 2019

Disturbing the AcademicConferenceMachine: Post‐qualitative re‐turnings pp. 87-106 Downloads
Angelo Benozzo, Neil Carey, Michela Cozza, Constanse Elmenhorst, Nikki Fairchild, Mirka Koro‐Ljungberg and Carol A. Taylor
Let the right one in: A Bourdieusian analysis of gender inequality in universities’ senior management pp. 107-123 Downloads
Michelle Gander
New managerialism in the academy: Gender bias and precarity pp. 124-139 Downloads
Finnborg S. Steinþórsdóttir, Thomas Brorsen Smidt, Gyða M. Pétursdóttir, Þorgerður Einarsdóttir and Nicky Le Feuvre
Informality, emotion and gendered career paths: The hidden toll of maternity leave on female academics and researchers pp. 140-157 Downloads
Nicola Maxwell, Linda Connolly and Caitríona Ní Laoire
Gender in academic STEM: A focus on men faculty pp. 158-179 Downloads
Negin Sattari and Rebecca L. Sandefur
Craft as work–life unity: The careers of skilled working‐class men and their sons and grandsons after deindustrialization pp. 180-196 Downloads
George Karl Ackers
The missing and needed male nurse: Discursive hybridization in professional nursing texts pp. 197-213 Downloads
Marci D. Cottingham
Doing gender, modestly: Conceptualizing workplace experiences of Pakistani women doctors pp. 214-228 Downloads
Ayesha Masood
Book review: Women in global science: Advancing academic careers through international collaboration. By Kathrin Zippel. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2017 pp. 229-231 Downloads
Carolina Cañibano
Women soldiers and citizenship in Israel: Gendered encounters with the state pp. 232-234 Downloads
Orly Benjamin
Eating the Ocean by Elspeth Probyn. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016 pp. 235-237 Downloads
Tarja Salmela

Volume 26, issue 1, 2019

A critical moment: 25 years of Gender, Work and Organization pp. 1-8 Downloads
Alison Pullen, Patricia Lewis and Banu Ozkazanc‐Pan
The founding of the Gender, Work and Organization journal: Reflections 25 years on pp. 9-17 Downloads
Jill Rubery
Gender still at work: Interrogating identity in discourses and practices of masculinity pp. 18-30 Downloads
David Knights
Gender, Work and Organization: A gender–work–organization analysis pp. 31-39 Downloads
Jeff Hearn
If we practice posthumanist research, do we need ‘gender’ any longer? pp. 40-53 Downloads
Silvia Gherardi
New maps of struggle for gender justice: Rethinking feminist research on organizations and work pp. 54-63 Downloads
Raewyn Connell
Inside the Ivory Tower: Narratives of Women of Colour Surviving and Thriving in British Academia pp. 64-67 Downloads
Sadhvi Dar and Udeni Salmon
Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: A Multi‐scalar Approach to the Pacific Rim edited by Sonya Michel and Ito Peng. New York, NY: Palgrave, 2017, 316 pp., €107.09 pp. 68-70 Downloads
Maria Vlachou
Gender and the Organization: Women at Work in the 21st Century by Marianna Fotaki and Nancy Harding. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017 pp. 71-74 Downloads
Emmanouela Mandalaki
Neoliberalism, Gender and Education Work edited by Sarah A. Robert, Heidi K. Pitzer and Ana Luisa Muñoz García. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018, pp. 136. price £115.00. ISBN 978‐8153‐8266‐9 pp. 75-78 Downloads
Nikki Fairchild
Seduction: Men, Masculinity and Mediated Intimacy by Rachel O'Neill. Cambridge: Polity, 2018. pp. 256, Hardback £55.00 €62.19, 978‐1‐509‐52155‐5; Paperback £16.99 €19.21, 978‐1‐509‐52156‐2; Open eBook £16.99 €19.21, 978‐1‐509‐52159‐3. ISBN‐13: 978‐1‐5095‐2155‐5 and ISBN‐13: 978‐1‐5095‐2156‐2 pp. 79-82 Downloads
Melissa Tyler
The Cost of Being a Girl: Working Teens and the Origins of the Gender Wage Gap by Yasemin Besen‐Cassino. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2017, 199 pp pp. 83-85 Downloads
Francesca Degiuli
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