Getting In, Getting On, Getting Out
Edited by Adelina M. Broadbridge and Sandra L. Fielden
Handbook of Gendered Careers in Management provides an international overview of current practice and theory surrounding gendered employment in management, illustrating the impact of gender on key stages of career development.
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- Handbook of Gendered Careers in Management
- Chapter 1: Education and career counselling
- Chapter 2: The internship class: subjectivity and inequalities – gender, race and class
- Chapter 3: Understanding and researching ‘choice’ in women’s career trajectories
- Chapter 4: Gender scripts as access codes to management positions
- Chapter 5: Gendered understanding of recruitment processes: applications and résumés
- Chapter 6: Presumed incompetent: perceived lack of fit and gender bias in recruitment and selection
- Chapter 7: Talking yourself into work: insights from sociolinguistics about gender and the employment interview
- Chapter 8: ‘This is just the way it is’: executive search and gendered careers
- Chapter 9: Inclusion and exclusion processes in the executive search business: an intersectional approach
- Chapter 10: Breaking down barriers
- Chapter 11: Theories of vertical segregation in feminized occupations: rethinking dominant perspectives and making use of Bourdieu
- Chapter 12: Women’s beliefs about breaking glass ceilings
- Chapter 13: Risk aversion among women: reality or simply ‘doing gender’?
- Chapter 14: Pursuing, doing and reviewing mentoring relationships
- Chapter 15: Women managers, careers and organizations
- Chapter 16: How some women achieve success
- Chapter 17: Creating and sustaining positive careers for women: a closer look at organizational context
- Chapter 18: Women and leadership
- Chapter 19: ‘Woman as a project’: key issues for women who want to get on
- Chapter 20: Women on boards in Australia: achieving real change or more of the same?
- Chapter 21: Global career challenges for women crossing international borders
- Chapter 22: Pursuing partnerships: flexible work arrangements in US accounting and law firms
- Chapter 23: Back to the future: a gendered analysis of ‘getting on’ in the professional services firm
- Chapter 24: What’s ‘woman’s work’? Work–family interface among women entrepreneurs in Italy
- Chapter 25: Playing, quitting or changing the game? A discussion of women managers’ responses to organizational conditions
- Chapter 26: Encore careers: motivating factors for career exit and rebirth
- Chapter 27: Senior women, work–life balance and the decision to quit: a generational perspective
- Chapter 28: Exploring the career decisions of professional women with dependent children
- Chapter 29: Retirement – a new beginning or the beginning of the end?
- Chapter 30: Transitioning with Grace: women’s post-retirement needs and adjustment
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Chapter 1: Education and career counselling
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