Browsing College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies by Subject "Gender"
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(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' ...
An examination of gender differences in the impact of individual and organisational factors on work hours, work-life conflict and psychological strain in academics (Routledge / Taylor & Francis, 2015-04-21)The current study used multi-group structural equation modelling (SEM) to test a fully and partially mediated Extended Rational Model of Work-Life Conflict and examine the impact of job involvement, workaholism, work ...
(Oxford University Press Canada, 2007)No abstract available
Texting gender and body as a distant/ced memory: an autobiographical account of bodies, masculinities and schooling (The Journal Of Curriculum Theorizing, 2004)Researchers, many of whom have come from a feminist perspective, have used autobiographical approaches to highlight issues of inequity and to centre the experiences of women where historically such experiences have been ...