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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2017-01-01Affective politics in gendered organizations: Affirmative notes on becoming-womanPullen, A; Rhodes, C; Thanem, T
2009-01Artaud's poetic vision and some comments on Frederick TaylorPitsis, A; Pullen, A; Rhodes, C
2007-01Becoming a Researcher: Gendering the Research SelfPullen, A; Pullen, A; Beech, N; Sims, D
2009-01BorderlinesPullen, A; Rhodes, CH; Pullen, A; Rhodes, C
2008-01Boundary management, interplexity, and nostalgia: Managing marginal identities in public health workingMcMurray, R; Pullen, A
2018-01-01Changing the World? The Politics of Activism and Impact in the Neoliberal UniversityRhodes, C; Wright, C; Pullen, A
2012-01-01Commercial gender: Fracturing masculinity in the case of OzRockRhodes, C; Pullen, A
2014-01-01Corporeal ethics and the politics of resistance in organizationsPullen, A; Rhodes, C
2018-04-01Critical Business Ethics: From Corporate Self-interest to the Glorification of the Sovereign PaterRhodes, C; Pullen, A
2019-01-01Decolonising organisations with bell hooksLiu, H; McMurray, R; Pullen, A
2008-01Dirty WritingPullen, A; Rhodes, CH
2020-07-01Dissensus! Radical Democracy and Business EthicsRhodes, C; Munro, I; Thanem, T; Pullen, A
2011-07-01Ethical subjectivity and politics in organizations: A case of health care tenderingMcMurray, R; Pullen, A; Rhodes, C
2015-01-01Ethics, embodiment and organizationsPullen, A; Rhodes, C
2005-01Fluid identities and ungendering the futureLinstead, S; Pullen, A; Pullen, A; Linstead, S
2006-01Gender as multiplicity: Desire, displacement, difference and dispersionLinstead, S; Pullen, A
2005-01Gender in change: gendering changeLinstead, S; Brewis, J; Pullen, A
2011-03-02Gender, Work and Organizations in Popular CultureRhodes, CH; Pullen, A; Jeanes, E; Knights, D; Martin, PY
2003-01Gendering Teamwork: Rewriting the FeminineMetcalfe, B; Pullen, A
2006-01Gendering the research self: social practice and corporeal multiplicity in the writing of organizational researchPullen, A