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  • Equality As a Threshold Conception: Challenging Future Manager’s Perceptions

    Dyer, S; Hurd, F (Emerald, 2018)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the potential to develop a shared understanding of systemic discrimination and the complexity of equality and an appreciation for the range of interventions designed to ...
  • ‘Good’ Things Take Time: A Living Story of Research As ‘life’

    Hurd, F; Dyer, S; FitzPatrick, M (Emerald, 2019)
    Purpose Although the process of fieldwork is often characterised by dis-order, the requirement to adhere to a tightly defined methodology and produce timely research outputs often leads us to present our findings as though ...
  • Changing Perceptions About Feminists and (Still Not) Claiming a Feminist Identity

    Dyer, S; Hurd, F (Routledge, 2016)
    We examine student perceptions about feminists and feminism, and the willingness to claim a feminist identity and engage in collective activism, as stated at the beginning and end of a Women’s Studies course. Course ...
  • Women Opting In?: New Perspectives on the Kaleidoscope Career Model

    Elley-Brown, M; Pringle, JK; Harris, C (SAGE Publications, 2018)
    This paper reports on findings of an interpretive study, which used the Kaleidoscope Career Model as lens through which to view the careers of professional women in education. The study used hermeneutic phenomenology, a ...
  • The Global Filipino Nurse: An Integrative Review of Filipino Nurses' Work Experiences

    Montayre, J; Montayre, J; Holroyd, E (Wiley, 2017)
    AIM: To understand the work-related experiences of Philippine-trained nurses working globally. BACKGROUND: The Philippines is a major source country of foreign-trained nurses located globally. However, there is paucity of ...
  • ‘Nimble’ Intersectionality in Employment Research: A Way to Resolve Methodological Dilemmas

    Mooney, S (Sage, 2016)
    This contribution proposes nimble intersectionality in response to McBride et al.’s article about intersectional research in the field of employment and industrial relations. Although the authors’ call for all researchers ...
  • Machine Learning Methods for the Study of Cybersickness: A Systematic Review

    Yang, AHX; Kasabov, N; Cakmak, YO (Springer, 2022)
    This systematic review offers a world-first critical analysis of machine learning methods and systems, along with future directions for the study of cybersickness induced by virtual reality (VR). VR is becoming increasingly ...
  • Older Women: Employment and Wellbeing in Later Life

    Myers, B; Douglas, J (New Zealand Medical Association, 2017)
    This article explores the older worker discourse on wellbeing and work by highlighting the labour market re-entry and work experiences of a small group of older women who returned to New Zealand ‘rejuvenated’ after completing ...
  • Muslim Diaspora in the West and International HRM

    Syed, J; Pio, E (Routledge, 2017)
  • Inclusive Workspaces: Diversity and Public Policy

    Pio, E; Singham, M (The Policy Observatory, Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
    Workplace inequality remains a challenge for diversity and inclusion. So what role can public policy and the state sector play to promote and encourage positive change? This report, Inclusive Workspaces: Diversity and ...
  • No Turning Back on Global Open Access

    Barbour, V; Flanagan, D; Tairi, K
  • “It’s Just a Lot More Casual”: Young Heterosexual Women’s Experiences of Using Tinder in New Zealand

    Farvid, P; Aisher, K (Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 2016)
    Tinder is a mobile dating app that has recently taken off among young heterosexuals. While attracting great media attention, little scholarly work exists on the topic. In this paper we begin to address this gap by reporting ...
  • Economy of Mana: Where to Next?

    Dell, K; Staniland, N; Nicholson, A (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2018)
    Writings on traditional Māori economies have highlighted the value system that philosophically underpins them and the relational nature of trading interactions. Further, the significance of mana in sustaining economic ...
  • Silent Strategies: The Legacy of Sexual Violence Among Chinese Indonesians

    Andajani-Sutjahjo, S; Bennett, LR; Davies, SG (Gender and Cultural Studies, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University., 2018)
  • The Career Constructions of Hospitality Students: A Rocky Road

    Mooney, S; Jameson, S (Intellect, 2018)
    This article presents the first set of data from an ongoing three-year longitudinal study, which explores how hospitality undergraduates develop a career identity during the course of their studies. Previous, generally ...
  • Long Hospitality Careers - a Contradiction in Terms?

    Mooney, SK; Harris, C; Ryan, I (Emerald, 2016)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore why workers remain in long hospitality careers and to challenge the frequent portrayal of careers in the sector as temporary and unsatisfactory. Design/methodology/approach The ...
  • Extended Coagulation Profiling in Isolated Traumatic Brain Injury: A CENTER-TBI Analysis

    Böhm, JK; Schaeben, V; Schäfer, N; Güting, H; Lefering, R; Thorn, S; Schöchl, H; Zipperle, J; Grottke, O; Rossaint, R; Stanworth, S; Curry, N; Maegele, M; Åkerlund, C; Amrein, K; Andelic, N; Andreassen, L; Anke, A; Antoni, A; Audibert, G; Azouvi, P; Azzolini, ML; Bartels, R; Barzó, P; Beauvais, R; Beer, R; Bellander, BM; Belli, A; Benali, H; Berardino, M; Beretta, L; Blaabjerg, M; Bragge, P; Brazinova, A; Brinck, V; Brooker, J; Brorsson, C; Buki, A; Bullinger, M; Cabeleira, M; Caccioppola, A; Calappi, E; Calvi, MR; Cameron, P; Lozano, GC; Carbonara, M; Cavallo, S; Chevallard, G; Chieregato, A; Citerio, G; Ceyisakar, I; Clusmann, H; Coburn, M; Coles, J; Cooper, JD; Correia, M; Čović, A; Czeiter, E; Czosnyka, M; Dahyot-Fizelier, C; Dark, P; Dawes, H; De Keyser, V; Degos, V; Corte, FD; Boogert, HD; Depreitere, B; Đilvesi, Đ; Dixit, A; Donoghue, E; Dreier, J; Dulière, GL; Ercole, A; Esser, P; Ezer, E; Fabricius, M; Feigin, VL; Foks, K; Frisvold, S; Furmanov, A; Gagliardo, P; Galanaud, D; Gantner, D; Gao, G; George, P; Ghuysen, A; Giga, L; Glocker, B; Golubovic, J; Gomez, PA; Gratz, J; Gravesteijn, B; Grossi, F; Gruen, RL; Gupta, D; Haagsma, JA; Haitsma, I; Helbok, R; Helseth, E; Horton, L (Springer, 2021)
    Background: Trauma-induced coagulopathy in traumatic brain injury (TBI) remains associated with high rates of complications, unfavorable outcomes, and mortality. The underlying mechanisms are largely unknown. Embedded in ...
  • Digital Solutions for Primary Stroke and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Mass Individual and Public Health Approach

    Feigin, VL; Krishnamurthi, R; Merkin, A; Nair, B; Kravchenko, M; Jalili-Moghaddam, S (Elsevier BV, 2022)
  • Onboarding for New Managers? Yeah, nah

    Watkins, C; Mooney, SK
    This article explores the onboarding process for new managers joining food and beverage organisations, and the role of Organisational Socialisation. Our study identified a heavy reliance on informal training practices, ...

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