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Gender images in public administration : legitimacy and the administrative state / Camilla Stivers

Main Author Stivers, Camilla Country Estados Unidos. Publication Newbury Park : Sage, cop. 1993 Description IX, 164 p. ; 22 cm ISBN 0-8039-4559-0 CDU 396
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Monografia Biblioteca de Ciências da Educação
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Gender is a central though still relatively unexamined force in organizational life. This groundbreaking book brings together the most influential work in the field to map the terrain of an organizational analysis in which the role of gender is fully recognized and addressed.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • Part 1 Organizational Analysis: A Critique
  • Differential Recruitment and Control
  • The Sex Structuring of Organizations
  • Room For Women
  • A Case Study in the Sociology of Organizations
  • Gender and Organizations
  • A Selective Review and a Critique of a Neglected Area
  • Part 2 Towards Feminism As Radical Organizational Analysis
  • Sex and Organizational Analysis
  • Organization, Gender and Culture
  • A Feminist Perspective on State Bureaucracy
  • Part 3 From Theory To Application: Explorations In Feminist Organizational Analysis
  • Sex Ratios, Sex Role Spillover and Sex at Work
  • A Comparison of Men's and Women's Experiences
  • Women Managers' Perceptions of Gender and Organizational Life
  • 'The Clerking Sisterhood'
  • Rationalization and the Work Culture of Saleswomen in American Department Stores 1890-1960
  • Merit and Gender
  • Organizations and the Mobilization of Masculine Bias
  • Part 4 Contemporary Voices
  • An/Other Silent Voice?
  • Representing 'Hispanic Women' in Organizational Texts
  • Using the 'F' Word
  • Feminist Theories and the Social Consequences of Organizational Research
  • Re-Visioning Women Managers' Lives
  • Gendering Organizational Theory

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