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    • Aesthetics and emotion in an organisational ethnography 

      Kenny, Kate (Inderscience, 2008-11)
      In this paper, I argue that an aesthetic approach can help us to better understand workplace ethnography. Ethnography is sensory by nature; it can incorporate a feeling of rightness and beauty in the experience of 'being-with' ...
    • Doing transnational feminism, transforming human rights: the emancipatory possibilities revisited 

      Reilly, Niamh (SAGE Publications, 2012-10-24)
      This article contributes to cross-disciplinary engagement with the idea of transnationality through a discussion of transnational feminisms. In particular, it reviews and responds to some of the more critical readings of ...
    • Finding ‘Room to Manoeuvre’: Gender, agency and the family farm 

      Byrne, Anne; Duvvury, Nata; Macken-Walsh, Áine; Watson, Tanya (Rowman and Littlefield, 2014)
      Women on Irish farms have been a subject of feminist analysis over the past two decades. Salient themes in the literature on farm women have been the constraints of patriarchal agriculture (O'Hara 1997; Shortall, 2004), ...
    • Heeding the stains: Lacan and organizational change 

      Kenny, Kate (Emerald, 2009-03)
      Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to add to current discussions on the use of Lacanian psychoanalysis in organizational change. Specifically, It argues that critiques of Lacan's work must be acknowledged and incorporated ...