Gender in Management: Volume 24 Issue 2

Strapline:

An International Journal

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

Gender differences in work experiences, satisfactions and wellbeing among physicians in Turkey

Ronald Burke, Mustafa Koyuncu, Lisa Fiksenbaum

The purpose of this paper is to investigate gender differences in work experiences, satisfactions and psychological health among physicians in Turkey.

Patterns of online networking for women's career development

Helen Donelan, Clem Herman, Karen Kear, Gill Kirkup

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how women working in science, engineering and technology use online networking, for career and professional development purposes.

Gender and ethics: Ethical judgments, ethical intentions, and altruism among healthcare professionals

Sean Valentine, Lynn Godkin, Karen Page, Terri Rittenburg

Previous research indicates that women often perform more ethically on the job than do men. However, the results have been mixed, suggesting that further inquiry is…

An exploration of unspoken bias: women who work for women

Renee Warning, F. Robert Buchanan

The purpose of this paper is to inquire whether gender plays a role in the supervisory preference of female workers, and to establish a starting‐point in the…

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