Gender, Power and Management: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Higher Education
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Language eng. Extent xii, pages. Isbn Subject Education, Higher Sex discrimination in education Women executives.
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About Library Policies Services. Dr Maria Tsouroufli has an interdisciplinary background in gender studies. Another strand of my work is gender and citizenship education. I have extensive experience of applied social research, in particular health services research.
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I have worked in the areas of user involvement, the social implications of innovative health technologies, undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Before founding Constructing Equality Ltd. Over the last 2 years Chrissi has steered the business through its current metamorphosis, winning and delivering significant high level contracts to help CITB bring about the industry supported built environment accreditation framework for fairness, inclusion and respect Be Fair , launching Constructing Equality Ltd.
Chrissi is a sought after lecturer for universities and conferences counting the presentation of her own paper on Organisational Justice and Mainstreaming Equality at ARCOM as a personal career highlight. She teaches media representation and the politics of the body. Kosum completed her Ph. Abigail currently holds two Australian Research Council grants:; the first is a fellowship investigating whether flexible work arrangements promote work-life balance for employees in Australia; the second is an, an industry partnership grant examining gender equity and diversity in the Australian construction sector.
Abigail is experienced in mixed-methods research and analysis, evaluation research and project management. My research interests and expertise are in gender, identity, race and class. Her current research focuses on the notion of identity and leadership. I am an active member of the community that shares experiences with both individuals and other organisations. Jeannette has a wide range of research interests within the field of sociology of education, and sociology of work and professions.
She is also interested in topics such as: gender and higher education; feminist theories, methodologies, and social movements; citizenship and migration.
She is a Student Essay Awards co-ordinator of this journal. Her current research focuses on communication around incident disclosure in hospitals and other health care settings. Her PhD was on possibilities of feminist scholarship in the contemporary Australian university.
James has published research in HRM journals, edited book collections and consultancy based reports.
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James is currently in the process of beginning a research project based on the lived experiences of in-work poverty, with particular emphasis on young people, women and disabled people. Her main area of research is in employee relations and her PhD examined developing cooperative relationships between management and trade unions in the National Health Service.
She has a particular interest in partnership and employee voice and the role of these in developing equal and inclusive relationships at work. She is experienced in mixed methods design but is mainly a qualitative researcher. His present research explores issues of power in proactive community and disaster resilience-building initiatives in Scotland and Canada.
This work is in keeping with his larger interest in the social nuances of resilience theory and application in the face of Anthropocene complexity. Christopher continues to publish on this topic and his work to date includes explorations of culture, place, and gender, and climate adaptation pathways. Christopher is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Leeds. Prior to her current role Barbara was engaged in a senior academic management role in the university. She has a special interest in narrative methodologies and is currently researching the emergence and impact of older New Zealand women undertaking an extended period of travel and work overseas.
Barbara has supervised intern students, specialising in working with mature students completing senior projects involving career transition and development.