Gender in Management: Volume 35 Issue 4


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: Leadership in an Age of #MeToo: Global Perspectives

Guest Editors: Rita Gardiner, Wendy Fox Kirk, Leigh Fine, Faith Ngunjiri

Workplace romance versus sexual harassment: a call to action regarding sexual hubris and sexploitation in the #MeToo era

Lisa Mainiero

The #MeToo movement has brought questions of sexuality and power in the workplace to the forefront. The purpose of this paper is to review the research on hierarchial consensual…


Gender and the #MeToo effect in Spanish professional football organizations: an exploratory qualitative approach

Henriette Klavenes, Alicia Orea-Giner, Fernando E. García-Muiña, Laura Fuentes-Moraleda

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of the #MeToo movement in the work environment of professional football organizations in Spain. It also explores the current…

#MeToo and LGBTQ+ Salvadorans: social and leadership challenges

Randal Joy Thompson, Sofia Figueroa

The purpose of this paper is to argue that the myriad social forces in El Salvador make it difficult for LGBTQ+ to publicly declare their sexual orientation or name their…

Perils of conversation: #MeToo and opportunities for peacebuilding

Nancy Ross, Sue Bookchin

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the opportunities for future organizational and leadership research presented by positioning dialogue related to the #MeToo movement within…

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