Palgrave 2007, 208 s. ISBN 9780230001480
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Gendering Emotions in Organizations is an edited collection that explores the connections between gender and emotion in organizations. In its examination of these connections, this book focuses on two specific areas: emotional labour and the gendered nature of the expression of feelings at work.
Gender and Emotions: Introduction; P.Lewis & R.Simpson
Emotion Work as Human Connection: Gendered Emotion Codes in Teaching Primary Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties; S.Bolton
Women Executives: Managing Emotions at the Top; A.Ross-Smith, M.Kornberger, A.Anandakumar & C.Chesterman
Emotional Labour and Identity Work of Men in Caring Roles; R.Simpson
Emotion Work and Emotion Space in a Special Care Baby Unit; P.Lewis
Managing Emotional Spacetime: Gender, Emotions and Organizational Contexts; G.L.Symonds
HRM and Emotions: A Gender Perspective; M.Hillos
The Emotional Impact of Mistakes at Work: Gender Schemas and Emotion Norms; P.Bryans & S.Mavin
Love and Duty: Introducing Emotions into Family Firms; S.Janjuha-Jivraj & L.Martin
The Emotionality of Organization Violations: Gender Relations in Practice; J.Hearn & W.Parkin
Conclusion: Some Notes on Future Directions of Research; P.Lewis & R.Simpson
PATRICIA LEWIS is Senior Lecturer in Management at Brunel Business School at Brunel University, UK.
RUTH SIMPSON is Professor in Management at the Brunel Business School at Brunel University, UK.