Alison Pullen
Alison Pullen
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Losing the plot? Middle managers and identity
R Thomas, A Linstead
Organization 9 (1), 71-93, 2002
4592002
Managing difference in feminized work: Men, otherness and social practice
A Pullen, R Simpson
Human relations 62 (4), 561-587, 2009
2312009
Gender as multiplicity: Desire, displacement, difference and dispersion
S Linstead, A Pullen
Human Relations 59 (9), 1287-1310, 2006
2292006
New meanings for entrepreneurs: from risk‐taking heroes to safe‐seeking professionals
A Linstead, U Hytti
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2005
2012005
Hidden contexts and invisible power relations: A Foucauldian reading of diversity research
P Ahonen, J Tienari, S Merilšinen, A Pullen
Human Relations 67 (3), 263-286, 2014
1852014
" What Do You Want from Me?" A Poststructuralist Feminist Reading of Middle Managers' Identities
A Linstead, R Thomas
Culture and organization 8 (1), 1-20, 2002
1502002
Corporeal ethics and the politics of resistance in organizations
A Pullen, C Rhodes
Organization 21 (6), 782-796, 2014
1492014
Writing organization as gendered practice: Interrupting the libidinal economy
M Phillips, A Pullen, C Rhodes
Organization Studies 35 (3), 313-333, 2014
1402014
Gendering teamwork: re‐writing the feminine
B Metcalfe, A Linstead
Gender, Work & Organization 10 (1), 94-119, 2003
1262003
Gendering the research self: Social practice and corporeal multiplicity in the writing of organizational research
A Pullen
Gender, Work & Organization 13 (3), 277-298, 2006
1142006
Ethics, embodiment and organizations
A Pullen, C Rhodes
Organization 22 (2), 159-165, 2015
1132015
Undoing gender: Organizing and disorganizing performance.
A Pullen, D Knights
Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007
1082007
Undoing gender: Organizing and disorganizing performance.
A Pullen, D Knights
Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007
1082007
Beyond boundaries: Towards fluidity in theorizing and practice.
A Linstead, J Brewis
Blackwell Publishing, 2004
1082004
Violence and workplace bullying: what are an organization's ethical responsibilities?
C Rhodes, A Pullen, MH Vickers, SR Clegg, A Pitsis
Administrative Theory & Praxis 32 (1), 96-115, 2010
982010
Ethics and entangled embodiment: Bodies–materialities–organization
K Dale, Y Latham
Organization 22 (2), 166-182, 2015
932015
‘If I should fall from grace…’: Stories of change and organizational ethics
C Rhodes, A Pullen, SR Clegg
Journal of Business Ethics 91 (4), 535-551, 2010
892010
Dirty writing
A Pullen, C Rhodes
Culture and Organization 14 (3), 241-259, 2008
842008
Woman in the ivory tower: Gendering feminised and masculinised identities
J Eveline
Journal of Organizational Change Management 18 (6), 641-658, 2005
792005
Ethical subjectivity and politics in organizations: A case of health care tendering
R McMurray, A Pullen, C Rhodes
Organization 18 (4), 541-561, 2011
712011
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