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17-Nov-2014Gender wage gaps in Australian workplaces: are policy responses working?Chang, J; Connell, J; Burgess, J; Travaglione, A
2-Apr-2016Gender, Disability Rights and Violence Against Medical BodiesSteele, L; Dowse, L
24-Sep-2015Gender, Intimacy, CapitalismStark, HS; Laurie, T
2014Gender, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Growing Recognition of Differences: A Useful Tool for Law?Wangmann, JM; Sagade, J; Jivan, V; Forster, C
Jan-2008Gender, Politics, and Democracy: Women's Suffrage in ChinaEdwards, LP
24-Dec-2014Gender, poverty and the development of the right to social securityGoldblatt, BA
2015Gender, poverty and violence: Transitional justice responses to converging processes of domination of women in eastern DRC, northern Uganda and KenyaFiske, L; Shackel, R
Jan-2009Gender, rights and the disability grant in South AfricaGoldblatt, BA
Jan-2003Gender, Sex and Visibility in Refugee Decisions on Sexual OrientationMillbank, J
Jan-2003Gender, Visibility and Public Space in Refugee DecisionsMillbank, J
2-Mar-2011Gender, Work and Organizations in Popular CultureRhodes, CH; Pullen, A; Jeanes, E; Knights, D; Martin, PY
Jan-2012Gender-based occupational segregation in Russia: An empirical studyKlimova, A; Ross, R
Jan-2006The gendered impact on organisations of a critical mass of women in senior managementChesterman, CJ; Ross-Smith, AE; Peters, M
2013Gendered Language PortfolioPrice, J
Jan-2004Gendered rationality? A genealogical exploration of the philosophical and sociological conceptions of rationality, masculinity and organization.Ross-Smith, AE; Kornberger, MM
2013Gendered Violence PortfolioPrice, J
Jan-2004Gendering radio research: the circuit of everyday radioLloyd, JR; Dunn, A
Jan-2001Gendering Sport: the Development of Netball in AustraliaTaylor, TL
Jan-2003Gendering Teamwork: Rewriting the FeminineMetcalfe, B; Pullen, A
Jan-2006Gendering the research self: social practice and corporeal multiplicity in the writing of organizational researchPullen, A