Gender in Management: Volume 24 Issue 1


An International Journal


Human Resource Management

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Are managerial women in “extreme jobs” disadvantaged?

Ronald J. Burke, Lisa Fiksenbaum

It has been suggested that females may be disadvantaged in professions and organizations that require working long hours since females may choose to work fewer hours or…

Female entrepreneurs as managers: The role of social capital in facilitating a learning culture

Rod Farr‐Wharton, Yvonne Brunetto

The purpose of this paper is to use a social capital and learning organisation theoretical framework to clarify two issues: how female entrepreneurs manage interactions…

Cultural sexism in the UK airline industry

Sarah Neal‐Smith, Tom Cockburn

The purpose of this paper is to examine cultural sexism in the UK aviation industry through the experiences women commercial pilots have encountered with their male…

Working women positioning themselves in the leader‐follower relationship as a result of pregnancy

Liisa Mäkelä

The purpose of this paper is to identify how pregnant women position themselves in the relationship with their immediate leader as a result of their pregnancy. Secondly…

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