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‘Real business’? : gendered identities in accounting and management academia
institutional arrangements of teaching, research and administration within our experience of accounting and business academia, to consider their effects on the production and
The political economy of ‘lap dancing’: contested careers and women’s work in the stripping industry
The fact that, for most women in the study, money generated in this employment was not solely for survival, but was part of a broader strategy may be suggestive of the answer to the
Moving the Bust Dart: The Fashion Designer, Sylvia Ayton's Relationship with Pattern Cutting
Moving the Bust Dart: Fashion Designer, Sylvia Ayton’s Relationship with Pattern Cutting SLIDE ONE SLIDE TWO Hand out paper for email addresses This presentation is a shorter version of
Self, Career and Nationhood: The contrasting aspirations of British and French elite graduates
Self, Career and Nationhood: The contrasting aspirations of British and French elite graduates There is increasing interest in the emergence of a ‘global middle class’ in which high
Speech and language therapy/pathology: Perspectives on a gendered profession
The topics and corresponding themes that emerged from data analysis of the focus groups overall are summarised below: A Topic based on research questions Factors involved in people’s
Enrichment activities in the medical school psychiatry programme - could this be a key to engaging medical students in psychiatry? A study from a high secure forensic psychiatric UK hospital
We have also shown that the experience gained from a one-day visit to a specialised psychiatric unit can effect a positive change in medical students’ attitudes toward psychiatry..
Motivation and young people's career planning: A perspective from the reinforcement sensitivity theory of personality
Discussion We examined the relationships between career planning predispositions Career Adaptability, Career Optimism and Perceived Knowledge and personality factors of the
Social origin, field of study, and graduates' career progression : does social inequality vary across fields?
The British Journal of Sociology 2019 Volume 0 Issue 0 BJS Social origin, field of study and graduates’ career progression: does social inequality vary across fields?1 Marita Jacob and
A comparative review of attributes of engineers in senior management roles
Methodology The following personnel were selected and agreed to participate in the questionnaire:- SK Corporation international company • Mr Woan Sik Kim Vice President Utilities Team •
How engineers become CEOs - implications for education and training
Specific objectives included:      determine the skills and attributes required by CEOs determine the attributes of generic engineers determine maximal path of career
Implications for engineers aspiring to become top-senior managers
ENG 4111 & ENG 4112 Name: Chow Kai Wen 4.5 University of Southern Queensland USQ Student No: 0050001745 The Differences in CEO Characteristics The main differences and similarities
A contextual account for worker engagement and burnout
Measures used in survey Name of Measure and Variables Scale Areas of Worklife Survey AWS Workload Control Reward Community Fairness Values Utrecht Work Engagement Scale UWES Dedication
A contextual account for worker engagement and burnout
As well as demonstrating distinctive profiles in regard to the burnout and engagement measures, subsequent analyses involving the workplace context variables provided support for the
Young women's dismissal of the influence of gender upon their future life trajectory as played out in 'New Times'
[Question 22 on original survey] It is the case that the responses to these questions function in such a way as to elucidate the ways in which these young women
Towards an engineering career appraisal tool for secondary school students
1.3 EngCAT design criteria Based on the existing research the project team adopted the following key design criteria for EngCAT:  EngCAT should help prospective
Opportunity to learn to see the world from a new angle: the impact of international art study tours on creative arts students' learning
Literature regarding participation in study abroad suggests benefits for student learning including educational merit, increased confidence and a greater awareness