Critical realism: the gendering of what we know

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dc.creator Weatherbee, Terrance Gordon
dc.creator Dye, Kelly 2013-12-19T16:34:09Z 2013-12-19T16:34:09Z 2006
dc.description.abstract This paper will attempt to explicate the contributory processes of gendering that are operant at a macro level of analysis. Specifically, we will focus on the academy in general, the managerial academy or business school in particular, and their roles in the production and diffusion of gendered knowledge in organizations. We will use the modal lenses of Critical Realism to show how much of the academy is unaware of their contribution to these gendering processes. en_CA
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dc.publisher Atlantic Schools of Business en_CA
dc.subject.lcsh Management -- Research
dc.subject.lcsh Sexism
dc.subject.lcsh Critical realism
dc.title Critical realism: the gendering of what we know en_CA
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dcterms.bibliographicCitation Proceedings of the Atlantic Schools of Business 36th annual conference, Mount Allison University, September 29th to October 1st, 2006, pp 90-98
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