Gender in Management: Volume 31 Issue 5/6

Strapline:

An International Journal

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents - Special Issue: Women Managers, Leaders and the Media Gaze: Learning from popular culture, autobiographies, broadcast and media press

Guest Editors: Sharon Anne Mavin, Carole Elliott, Valerie Stead, Jannine Williams

Women managers, leaders and the media gaze: Learning from popular culture, autobiographies, broadcast and media press

Sharon Anne Mavin, Carole Elliott, Valerie Stead, Jannine Williams

The purpose of this special issue is to extend the Economic and Social Sciences Research Council (ESRC)-funded UK seminar series–Challenging Gendered Media…

Bodies, sexualities and women leaders in popular culture: from spectacle to metapicture

Emma Bell, Amanda Sinclair

This paper focuses on visual representation of women leaders and how women leaders’ bodies and sexualities are rendered visible in particular ways.

Gender, authentic leadership and identity: analysis of women leaders’ autobiographies

Isla Kapasi, Katherine J.C. Sang, Rafal Sitko

Leadership theories have moved from viewing leadership as an innate trait, towards models that recognise leadership as a social construction. Alongside this theorisation…

Discursive constructions of women managers in German mass media in the gender quota debate 2011-2013

Rainhart Lang, Irma Rybnikova

This study aims to explore the main discursive images of women managers as reproduced by selected German newspapers at the time of the political debate surrounding gender…

Representing women? Leadership roles and women in Canadian broadcast news

Wendy Cukier, Samantha Jackson, Mohamed A. Elmi, Erin Roach, Darren Cyr

The purpose of this paper is to examine the representation of women in Canadian broadcast news coverage, exploring the notion of substantive representation as it relates…

She’s homely, beautiful and then, hardworking!: Critiquing the representation of women leaders and managers in the Nigerian press

Ganiyat Tijani-Adenle

There are assumptions in gender-related media research that increased female status would be accompanied by more and better representation of women. There are also…

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