Strapline:An International Journal
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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 newspapersBeldina 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 intentionsWisuwat 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 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…
Renamed from:Women in Management Review
Online date, start – end:2008
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Adelina Broadbridge