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Gender, Work, Organisations

The change in gainful employment is currently discussed, but less is said about what the associated changes in work mean for gender relations. The aim of this issue is to deepen the theoretical and empirical debate on the relationship between gender, work and organisation.

The open section of the journal contains analyses and debates on various interesting topics, such as the iconic figuration of Margaret Atwood's "Maid", Teddy Girls in London in the 1950s, female professors beyond the glass ceiling and identity constructions of young women.

Four reviews of current publications in gender studies round off the issue as usual.

Herausgeberinnen: Julia Gruhlich, Edelgard Kutzner, Diana Lengersdorf

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