Gender in organizations: are men allies or adversaries to women's career advancement?

Contributor(s): Burke, Ronald J [Editor] | Major, Debra A [Editor]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Publishing 2014Description: xi, 441 p.ISBN: 9781781955697Subject(s): Businesswomen | Sex discrimination in employment | Success in businessDDC classification: 338.04082 Summary: A book on gender in organisations usually focuses on women. This one doesn’t. Men and masculinities play centre stage in explaining how women (and sometimes men) are disadvantaged at work. The book does not position men as the bad guys. There are many examples of how men act as allies to women. A novel approach and a welcome addition to gender scholars. A great read!’ – Susan Vinnicombe, OBE, Cranfield University, UK and Simmons College, US
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A book on gender in organisations usually focuses on women. This one
doesn’t. Men and masculinities play centre stage in explaining how
women (and sometimes men) are disadvantaged at work. The book does
not position men as the bad guys. There are many examples of how men
act as allies to women. A novel approach and a welcome addition to
gender scholars. A great read!’
– Susan Vinnicombe, OBE, Cranfield University, UK and Simmons College, US

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