Gender in Management: Volume 23 Issue 7

Strapline:

An International Journal

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents - Special Issue: Contemporary views in gender and management

Guest Editors: Adelina Broadbridge

Contemporary views in gender and management

Adelina Broadbridge

The purpose of this paper is to introduce the special issue.

Mentoring and women managers: another look at the field

Lisa C. Ehrich

The purpose of this paper is to provide a discussion of some salient research relating to mentoring for women managers.

Barriers to networking for women in a UK professional service

Jane Tonge

The purpose of this paper is to explore the use of personal contact networks in the UK public relations sector, focusing on the barriers to networking identified by practitioners.

The only way is up?: An examination of women's “under‐achievement” in the accountancy profession in the UK

Clare Lyonette, Rosemary Crompton

The purpose of this paper is to explore the reasons for the apparent “under‐achievement” of mothers working in accountancy, even when at similar levels of qualification to…

The performance of women and men in organisations: a theatre studies approach

Brigitte Biehl

This purpose of this paper is to draw on theatre theory to develop the notion of gender performativity in organisational contexts. It presents an interdisciplinary…

Power and politics in gender research: a research note from the discipline of accounting

Kathryn Haynes

The purpose of this paper is to offer a research note exploring how feminist methodologies could bring new insights into research on gender in the accounting context.

When counting proved not to wash

Fiona M. Wilson

The purpose of this paper is to question our faith in numbers. It asks how much credibility can numbers and quantification of data offer us as researchers?

Contesting the gendering of methodology: treating methods as text

Craig Shepherd

The purpose of this paper is to critique the argument that research methodology is gendered and present a post‐essentialist understanding of research methods.

Cover of Gender in Management

ISSN:

1754-2413

Online date, start – end:

2008

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Adelina Broadbridge