It is International Women’s Day today, observed since the early 1900s to inspire women and celebrate their achievements. To commemorate the day, events are taking place worldwide, from small to large scale. The 2013 official theme, “The Gender Agenda: Gaining Momentum,” and the UN theme, “A Promise is a Promise: Time for Action to End Violence against Women,” touch on the wide scope of issues under consideration at this time.
In support of International Women’s Day (#IWD2013), SAGE is pleased to open access to key articles on gender and the workplace through April 30:
- “Fatherhood and Managerial Style: How a Male CEO’s Children Affect the Wages of His Employees” published in Administrative Science Quarterly by Michael S. Dahl, Cristian L. Dezső and David Gaddis Ross
- “The Gender-Mediated Impact of a Career Development Intervention” published in Australian Journal of Career Development by Diana V.W. Cassie and Charles P. Chen
- “Gender perceptions of work-life balance: Management implications for full-time employees in Australia” published in Australian Journal of Management by Yuka Fujimoto, Fara Azmat and Charmine Hartel
- “The Global Compact and Gender Inequality: A Work in Progress” published in Business & Society by Maureen A. Kilgour
- “The romance of working together: Benefits of gender diversity on group performance in China” published in Human Relations by Yan Zhang and LiWen Hou
- “Gender identities and practices: Interpreting women entrepreneurs’ narratives” published in International Small Business Journal by María-Cristina Díaz García and Friederike Welter
- “Something of Collaborative Manufacture: The Construction of Race and Gender Identities in Organizations” published in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science by Erica Gabrielle Foldy
- “Using Power to Influence Outcomes: Does Gender Matter?” published in Journal of Management Education by Mary Shapiro, Cynthia Ingols and Stacy Blake-Beard
- “Benevolent Sexism at Work: Gender Differences in the Distribution of Challenging Developmental Experiences” published in Journal of Management by Eden B. King, Whitney Botsford, Michelle R. Hebel, Stephanie Kazama, Jeremy F. Dawson and Andrew Perkins
- “Is the ‘F’-word still dirty? A past, present and future of/for feminist and gender studies in Organization” published in Organization by Nancy Harding, Jackie Ford and Marianna Fotaki
- “The subordination of the Feminine: Developing a Critical Feminist Approach to the Psychoanalysis of Organizations” published in Organization Studies by Sheena J. Vachhani
For a more complete listing of SAGE offerings on gender, we are currently running a free online trial to SAGE Sociology and Gender Studies journals through March 31. Click to access.