Copoenhagen Business School Press 2007, 184 s. ISBN 9788763002127
Bogomtale fra forlaget.
This book gathers the stories told by men and women about a particular event. With a play on words sometimes used by feminists in the past, it could have been entitled His/story and Her/story, in order to convey from the outset a banal, but sometimes overlooked, fact: the contents of stories depend on the voice telling them, and the experience recounted in first person differs according to the gender of the narrator.
Advances in Organization Studies, Vol. 23
Series editors: Stewart R. Clegg & Ralph E. Stablein
Advances in Organization Studies is a channel for cutting edge theoretical and empirical works of high quality, that contributes to the field of organizational studies. The series welcomes thought-provoking ideas, new perspectives and neglected topics from researchers within a wide range of disciplines and geographical locations
1. Gendering Narratives and Narrating Gender
2. The Discursive Production of Selves
3. Women Tell Their Stories: Challenges and Windmills
4. Men Tell Their Stories: Gender is Not a Problem!
5. Living In Parallel Worlds
6. In a World of (Gendered) Rules