Gender in Management: Volume 34 Issue 1


An International Journal

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Applicant gender and recruiter and organizational characteristics

Karen Landay, Sarah DeArmond

The purpose of this study is to understand how applicant gender may interact with recruiter and organizational characteristics to affect organization attraction. Interpreting…

Patriarchal hegemony: Investigating the impact of patriarchy on women’s work-life balance

Toyin Ajibade Adisa, Issa Abdulraheem, Sulu Babaita Isiaka

Research on the impact of patriarchy and patriarchal norms on women’s work-life balance is scarce. A typical patriarchal society, such as Nigeria, tends to be organised based on…


Work-family balance of female parliamentarians in Ghana

Ummu Markwei, Michael Kubi, Benedicta Quao, Esther Julia Attiogbe

The purpose of this paper is to present the challenges female parliamentarians in Ghana face in their attempt to balance their professions and families.

Changing agents of change in neoliberally framed organizations

Sheeba Asirvatham, Maria Humphries

This paper aims to invite reflection and action among scholars of gender in management to the shaping and meeting of commitments to universal justice.

The boss and daddy’s little girl: on the construction of gender in Swedish business media

Magnus Hansson, Hanna Gottfridsson, Sandra Raanaes

This paper aims to analyse the construction of gender in business media through identification of media discourses in terms of vocabulary and vocabulary structures.

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