Women and Organisations - HRMGT574 (2020)
In this paper we examine the contribution of feminist research to our understanding of women and management. Two themes pervade the paper. We examine the management of women (by women or men). This entails a critical analysis of the experiences of women both in and out of employment. We also examine the experiences of women who aspire to managerial positions. The feminist research lens requires a consideration of the impact of any phenomena on the lives of all women. In this paper, therefore, we examine the impact of the liberalisation of the global labour market and its challenges and opportunities for women in a variety of situations.
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|20B (HAM)||B Semester : 13 Jul 2020 - 8 Nov 2020||Hamilton|
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