Gender in Management: Volume 35 Issue 6


An International Journal

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Exploring the overlooked: women, work and criminal history

Nicole Carrie Jones Young, Kemi Salawu Anazodo

This paper aims to explore how incarcerated women prepare to manage the stigma of a criminal history as they look to re-enter the workforce after release from incarceration.

“Bitten by the entrepreneur bug” – critiquing discourses on women owner-managers/entrepreneurs in the Kenyan and Omani newspapers

Beldina Owalla, Aziza Al Ghafri

This paper aims to critically analyze media discourses on women owner-managers/entrepreneurs (OMEs) in the Kenyan and Omani newspapers.

Understanding nascent women entrepreneurs: an exploratory investigation into their entrepreneurial intentions

Wisuwat Wannamakok, Yu-Yu Chang

Women entrepreneurs are having increasingly profound impacts on the global economic landscape, although little is known about what supports or restricts women’s entrepreneurial…


The tangled web: consequences of workplace cyberbullying in adult male and female employees

Jennifer Loh, Robyn Snyman

The purpose of this paper is to test a moderated mediation model that links the experience of cyberbullying, perceived stress and job satisfaction among Australian employees.


Explaining work motivation through perceived transformational leadership: what to expect in a sample of female employees?

Modesta Morkevičiūtė, Auksė Endriulaitienė

This paper aims to deal with a study aimed at clarifying the relationship between the dimensions of the perceived transformational leadership style and work motivation in a sample…

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