Revealing And Concealing Gender: Issues of Visibility in Organizations

Hardcover | March 15, 2010

EditorRuth Simpson, Patricia Lewis

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Issues of visibility and invisibility are becoming increasingly apparent in gender research in organizations. This book will not only further develop current theoretical ideas around being seen and unseen within organizations, but will also provide us with the opportunity to problematize the concepts of visibility and invisibility.

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Issues of visibility and invisibility are becoming increasingly apparent in gender research in organizations. This book will not only further develop current theoretical ideas around being seen and unseen within organizations, but will also provide us with the opportunity to problematize the concepts of visibility and invisibility.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.62 inPublished:March 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230212115

ISBN - 13:9780230212114

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Theoretical Insights into the Practice of Revealing and Concealing within Organizations--P. Lewis and R. Simpson
SECTION I: EXPERIENCES OF VISIBILITY AS GENDERED SUBJECTS
Gender bias in the time organization of scientific work--Caprile, Valles, Potrony and Herrera
Now you see me, now you dont: The visibility paradox for women in a male dominated profession--Watts
Mothered and othered: (In)visibility of care responsibility and gender in processes of excluding women from high commitment professions--Lyng
Abjuring the alien: The erasure of the pregnant body from workplace space--Gattrell
Revealing and revaluing emotional labour: Men who serve and care--Simpson
SECTION II: REVEALING INVISIBLE DYNAMICS AND PRACTICES OF GENDER
Exploring work-life wellness: The value of (in)visible care work in the academy--Trethewey, Rivers and Myers
Unveiling the feminine in management practice through the metaphor of emotional spacetime--Symons
Organising entrepreneurship: Women, invisibility and self-employment--Kerfoot and Miller
Level playing field forget it, this is sport--Ryan
Revealing gender at work: The challenges of researching and achieving gender equitable organizational change--Baird and Charlesworth
Loss of membership--Hopfl
Entrepreneurship: A post gender phenomenon?--Lewis
SECTION III: CONCEALING AND REVEALING: MOVING BETWEEN THE VISIBLE AND THE INVISIBLE
The critical (and subversive) act of (in)visibility: A strategic reframing of disappeared and devalued women in a densely masculinist workplace--Harwood
Leadership and the (in)visibility of gender--Binns
Gender in/visibility and the performativity of organizational space--Tyler
Like a pink elephant or like a grey mouse? Women in engineering--Dahmen
Revelation and masquerade: Gender, ethics and the face--Pullen and Rhodes