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  • Gender Countsby Amanda Ball; Joanna Brewis

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 199.00

    This themed e-book of Pacific Accounting Review explores the gendered interplays between ‘work’ (paid employment) and ‘life’ (child and other care responsibilities, leisure interests and so on) and how these might inform or construct the identities of accounting practitioners and educators more...

  • Sex, Work and Sex Workby Joanna Brewis; Stephen Linstead

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 78.95

    Sex is much more rife in the workplace than many would think according to this fascinating and controversial new book. It argues that not only does sexuality pervade every aspect of organizations, but also that organization pervades every aspect of our sexuality. This two-way conceptualization lends the book a two-part structure, covering firstly... more...

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