Gender in Management: Volume 37 Issue 6


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: Challenging cisnormativity and gender binarism in management research

Guest Editors: Thomas Köllen, Nick Rumens

Challenging cisnormativity, gender binarism and sex binarism in management research: foregrounding the workplace experiences of trans* and intersex people

Thomas Köllen, Nick Rumens

This paper aims to challenge the cisnormative and binary assumptions that underpin the management and gender scholarship. Introducing and contextualising the contributions that…

Cis-normativity at work: exploring discrimination against US trans workers

Mario I. Suárez, Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Christy Glass, Gabe H. Miller

This study aims to examine how gender variation in trans identities shape exposure to bias and discrimination. The authors then examine how trans identities intersect with…


Exploring workplace experiences of transgender individuals in the USA

Elizabeth Goryunova, Anna K Schwartz, Elizabeth Fisher Turesky

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of the workplace experiences and access to career-enhancing opportunities of transgender employees and to apprise…


Proposing the safe and brave space for organisational environment: including trans* and gender diverse employees in institutional gender diversification

Robin C. Ladwig

The purpose of this paper is to explore an alternative strategy to decrease disadvantaging gender binarism and cis-normativity in an organisational context by including trans* and…

Illegitimate tasks: obstacles to trans equality at work

Carolina Pía García Johnson, Kathleen Otto

This study aims to explore the relationship between the reported frequency of illegitimate tasks undertaken at work (FREQIT) and gender identity among cisgender individuals and…

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