Kate Sang
Kate Sang
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Gender: a risk factor for occupational stress in the architectural profession?
KJC Sang, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison
Construction Management and Economics 25 (12), 1305-1317, 2007
882007
Frayed careers of migrant female professors in British academia: An intersectional perspective
K Sang, H Al‐Dajani, M Özbilgin
Gender, Work & Organization 20 (2), 158-171, 2013
872013
The job satisfaction of UK architects and relationships with work‐life balance and turnover intentions
KJC Sang, SG Ison, ARJ Dainty
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2009
872009
Everyday experiences of sexism in male-dominated professions: A Bourdieusian perspective
A Powell, KJC Sang
Sociology 49 (5), 919-936, 2015
752015
Entrepreneurship, leadership, and the value of feminist approaches to understanding them
L Galloway, I Kapasi, K Sang
Journal of Small Business Management 53 (3), 683-692, 2015
752015
Gender in the UK architectural profession:(re) producing and challenging hegemonic masculinity
KJC Sang, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison
Work, employment and society 28 (2), 247-264, 2014
732014
Gender, authentic leadership and identity: analysis of women leaders’ autobiographies
I Kapasi, KJC Sang, R Sitko
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2016
482016
‘Being an academic is not a 9–5 job’: long working hours and the ‘ideal worker’in UK academia
K Sang, A Powell, R Finkel, J Richards
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 25 …, 2015
422015
7 Equality, diversity, inclusion and work–life balance in construction
K Sang, A Powell
Human Resource Management in Construction Projects, 163, 2012
422012
Gender, ethnicity and feminism: An intersectional analysis of the lived experiences feminist academic women in UK higher education
KJC Sang
Journal of Gender Studies 27 (2), 192-206, 2018
332018
Predicting MBA graduates’ donation behaviour to their alma mater
Y Baruch, KJC Sang
Journal of Management Development, 2012
322012
Participatory ergonomics: co-developing interventions to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal symptoms in business drivers
D Gyi, K Sang, C Haslam
Ergonomics 56 (1), 45-58, 2013
312013
Anticipatory socialisation amongst architects: a qualitative examination
K Sang, S Ison, A Dainty, A Powell
Education+ Training, 2009
312009
Gender inequality in the construction industry: Lessons from Pierre Bourdieu
K Sang, A Powell
Management 237, 247, 2012
272012
Musculoskeletal symptoms in pharmaceutical sales representatives
K Sang, D Gyi, C Haslam
Occupational Medicine 60 (2), 108-114, 2010
262010
Diversifying the creative: Creative work, creative industries, creative identities
R Finkel, D Jones, K Sang, D Stoyanova Russell
Organization 24 (3), 281-288, 2017
202017
Gender and disability in male‐dominated occupations: A social relational model
KJC Sang, J Richards, A Marks
Gender, Work & Organization 23 (6), 566-581, 2016
202016
Equality, diversity and inclusion in the construction industry
A Powell, KJC Sang
Construction Management and Economics 31 (8), 795-801, 2013
192013
Complementing psychological approaches to employee well-being with a socio-structural perspective on violence in the workplace: An alternative research agenda
TS Calvard, KJC Sang
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (16), 2256-2274, 2017
152017
‘If you put pressure on yourself to produce then that's your responsibility’: Mothers’ experiences of maternity leave and flexible work in the neoliberal university
K Huppatz, K Sang, J Napier
Gender, Work & Organization 26 (6), 772-788, 2019
142019
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