By Jim Barry,Mike Dent,Maggie O'Neill
Drawing on sociology and social coverage, this exciting quantity considers numerous points of gender identification. individuals discover the inter-relationship among managerialism, professionalism and gender identification in Britain, and view the approaches and affects of switch on these operating in public region firms in different international locations as they arrive less than various managerial pressures. the topic is considered from quite a few views, together with feminism and post-modernism.
With a world diversity of participants, this crucial booklet brings jointly an array of rules approximately gender and execs and gives an enormous contribution to the growing to be debates on gender and the office. an important quantity for either postgraduates and execs within the fields of administration and company reviews, Gender and the general public Sector offers a extra subtle research of foreign public zone switch than is at present on hand elsewhere.
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