Gender Work and Organization

Papers
(The TQCC of Gender Work and Organization is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
COVID‐19 and the gender gap in work hours646
Dual‐earner parent couples’ work and care during COVID‐19273
A gendered pandemic: Childcare, homeschooling, and parents' employment during COVID‐19214
“I have turned into a foreman here at home”: Families and work–life balance in times of COVID‐19 in a gender equality paradise206
The differential impact of COVID‐19 on the work conditions of women and men academics during the lockdown147
A feminist perspective on COVID‐19 and the value of care work globally127
Caring during COVID‐19: A gendered analysis of Australian university responses to managing remote working and caring responsibilities121
COVID‐19, ethics of care and feminist crisis management119
Academic motherhood during COVID‐19: Navigating our dual roles as educators and mothers107
“You’re a teacher you’re a mother, you’re a worker”: Gender inequality during COVID‐19 in Ireland91
The Never‐ending Shift: A feminist reflection on living and organizing academic lives during the coronavirus pandemic90
Towards a ‘virtual’ world: Social isolation and struggles during the COVID‐19 pandemic as single women living alone80
Researching gender inequalities in academic labor during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Avoiding common problems and asking different questions77
Women and burnout in the context of a pandemic75
Coping with the COVID‐19 crisis: force majeure and gender performativity73
Making Black Lives Matter in academia: A Black feminist call for collective action against anti‐blackness in the academy69
Gender and telework: Work and family experiences of teleworking professional, middle‐class, married women with children during the Covid‐19 pandemic in Turkey64
Gendered labour and work, even in pandemic times64
COVID‐19 and the immediate impact on young people and employment in Australia: A gendered analysis57
‘All the single ladies’ as the ideal academic during times of COVID‐19?55
Deepening inequalities: What did COVID‐19 reveal about the gendered nature of academic work?55
The shadow pandemic: Inequitable gendered impacts of COVID‐19 in South Africa54
Impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on the productivity of academics who mother51
Everyday sexism and racism in the ivory tower: The experiences of early career researchers on the intersection of gender and ethnicity in the academic workplace50
Gender roles during COVID‐19 pandemic: The experiences of Turkish female academics49
Leading through social distancing: The future of work, corporations and leadership from home46
Twice a “housewife”: On academic precarity, “hysterical” women, faculty mental health, and service as gendered care work for the “university family” in pandemic times42
What COVID‐19 could mean for the future of “work from home”: The provocations of three women in the academy41
Exist or exit? Women business‐owners in Bangladesh during COVID‐1941
Neoliberal motherhood during the pandemic: Some reflections39
The disproportionate impact of COVID‐19 on women relative to men: A conservation of resources perspective38
The gendered dimensions of informal institutions in the Australian construction industry38
COVID‐19: A threat to educated Muslim women's negotiated identity in Pakistan35
Delivering gender justice in academia through gender equality plans? Normative and practical challenges34
Catching a glimpse: Corona‐life and its micro‐politics in academia33
Moving beyond the gender binary: Examining workplace perceptions of nonbinary and transgender employees33
Privilege and burden of im‐/mobility governance: On the reinforcement of inequalities during a pandemic lockdown32
COVID‐19 and raising the value of care32
Intersecting marginalities: International students' struggles for “survival” in COVID‐1932
Equalities in freefall? Ontological insecurity and the long‐term impact of COVID‐19 in the academy32
Gendering boundary work: Experiences of work–family practices among Finnish working parents during COVID‐19 lockdown31
It’s OK not to be OK: Shared reflections from two PhD parents in a time of pandemic31
“Against a sharp white background”: How Black women experience the white gaze at work30
The inclusivity of inclusion approaches: A relational perspective on inclusion and exclusion in organizations29
Opposing the toxic apartheid: The painted veil of the COVID‐19 pandemic, race and racism27
The ethics of care and academic motherhood amid COVID‐1927
Academic mothers, professional identity and COVID‐19: Feminist reflections on career cycles, progression and practice27
Motherhood and guilt in a pandemic: Negotiating the “new” normal with a feminist identity27
Feminist solidarities: Theoretical and practical complexities26
(Dis)embodied encounters between art and academic writing amid a pandemic26
Women's entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia: Feminist solidarity and political activism in disguise?26
A feminist public sociology of the pandemic: Interviewing about a crisis, during a crisis25
Academic mothers with disabilities: Navigating academia and parenthood during COVID‐1925
From imperialism to inpatient care: Work differences of Filipino and White registered nurses in the United States and implications for COVID‐19 through an intersectional lens24
The impact of COVID‐19 pandemic on gender‐related work from home in STEM fields—Report of the WiMPBME Task Group24
Women and the weight of a pandemic: A survey of four Western US states early in the Coronavirus outbreak24
Labor market and unpaid works implications of COVID‐19 for Bangladeshi women24
Feminist solidarity building as embodied agonism: An ethnographic account of a protest movement23
The workplace experiences of BAME professional women: Understanding experiences at the intersection23
Pandemic and macho organizations: Wake‐up call or business as usual?23
Chaos ruined the children’s sleep, diet and behaviour: Gendered discourses on family life in pandemic times22
Are we failing female and racialized academics? A Canadian national survey examining the impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on tenure and tenure‐track faculty22
Embodied intersectionality and the intersectional management of hotel labour: The everyday experiences of social differentiation in customer‐oriented work22
Writing multi‐vocal intersectionality in times of crisis22
Interfaces of domestic violence and organization: Gendered violence and inequality22
Where is my home?: Gendered precarity and the experience of COVID‐19 among women migrant workers from Delhi and National Capital Region, India22
Reimagining value: A feminist commentary in the midst of the COVID‐19 pandemic21
Decolonial feminist theory: Embracing the gendered colonial difference in management and organisation studies21
The entrenchment of the ideal worker norm during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Evidence from working mothers in the United States21
The politics of gendered space: Social norms and purdah affecting female informal work in Dhaka, Bangladesh20
The “new normal” of academia in pandemic times: Resisting toxicity through care20
Transgender labour market outcomes: Evidence from the United States20
Responses to the COVID‐19 crisis in Ireland: From feminized to feminist20
Vulnerable relational knowing that matters19
Managing menopause at work: The contradictory nature of identity talk19
COVID‐19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practices19
Has the COVID‐19 pandemic changed gender‐ and parental‐status‐specific differences in working from home? Panel evidence from Germany18
Highly skilled, yet invisible. The potential of migrant women with a STEMM background in Italy between intersectional barriers and resources18
Brazilian housemaids and COVID‐19: How can they isolate if domestic work stems from racism?18
Resilience for gender inclusion: Developing a model for women in male‐dominated occupations18
Change agents or defending the status quo? How senior leaders frame workplace gender equality18
Evidence‐loving rock star chief medical officers: Female leadership amidst COVID‐19 in Canada18
Social dominance, hypermasculinity, and career barriers in Nigeria18
Reflecting upon vulnerable and dependent bodies during the COVID‐19 crisis18
Unsanitized writing practices: Attending to affect and embodiment throughout the research process18
Performative contortions: How White women and people of colour navigate elite leadership roles17
Female board directors' resilience against gender discrimination17
Emotional and financial health during COVID‐19: The role of housework, employment and childcare in Australia and the United States17
“Two hours extra for working from home”: Reporting on gender, space, and time from the Covid‐field of Delhi, India17
Author‐ize me to write: Going back to writing with ourfingers17
Elite women coaches negotiating and resisting power in football17
Couples' changing work patterns in the United Kingdom and the United States during the COVID‐19 pandemic17
Reduced well‐being during the COVID‐19 pandemic – The role of working conditions16
Learning the rules of the game: How is corporate masculinity learned and enacted by male professionals from nonprivileged backgrounds?16
Feminism and gendered impact of COVID‐19: Perspective of a counselling psychologist16
From “nobody's clapping for us” to “bad moms”: COVID‐19 and the circle of childcare in Canada16
Women deserve better: A discussion on COVID‐19 and the gendered organization in the new economy16
Age, sexuality and hegemonic masculinity: Exploring older gay men’s masculinity practices at work16
Emotional labor, ordinary affects, and the early childhood education and care worker16
Context matters: Problematizing the policy‐practice interface in the enactment of gender equality action plans in universities16
Care work, gender inequality and technological advancement in the age of COVID‐1916
On mothering and being mothered: A personal reflection on women's productivity during COVID‐1916
Critical feminist analysis of STEM mentoring programs: A meta‐synthesis of the existing literature15
Freedom or money? The dilemma of migrant live‐in elderly carers in times of COVID‐1915
Alterethnography: Reading and writing otherness in organizations15
Writing with rocks15
Changing writing/writing for change15
The “living dead” within “death‐worlds”: Gender crisis and covid‐19 in India15
Digital surveillance in post‐coronavirus China: A feminist view on the price we pay15
What is intersectional equality? A definition and goal of equality for organizations14
Reflections on front‐line medical work during COVID‐19 and the embodiment of risk14
Maternal presenteeism: Theorizing the importance for working mothers of “being there” for their children beyond infancy14
Radicalizing diversity (research): Time to resume talking about class14
Care for the self, overcompensation and bodily crafting: The work–life balance of disabled people14
Against what model? Evaluating women as leaders in the pandemic era14
Male privilege revisited: How men in female‐dominated occupations notice and actively reframe privilege13
Trans men doing gender at work13
Perceptions of gendered‐challenges in academia: How women academics see gender hierarchies as barriers to achievement13
“Very little but a lot.” Solidarity within the sex workers' community in Poland during the COVID‐19 pandemic13
‘Put some balls on that woman’: Gendered repertoires of inequality in screen composers’ careers12
“Having a family is the new normal”: Parenting in neoliberal academia during the COVID‐19 pandemic12
Marginalized to double marginalized: My mutational intersectionality between the East and the West12
Male‐dominated workplaces and the power of masculine privilege: A comparison of the Australian political and construction sectors12
Mothering with a career during a pandemic; the case of the Ghanaian woman12
Commodifying feminism: Economic choice and agency in the context of lifestyle influencers and gender consultants12
Queering space and organizing with Sara Ahmed’s Queer Phenomenology11
Searching for “home,” writing to find it: A reflective account on experiences of othering in life and academia in times of generalized crises11
Career resilience of female professionals in the male‐dominated IT industry in Sweden: Toward a process perspective11
With the margins: Writing subaltern resistance and social transformation11
Critical race theory and working‐class White men: Exploring race privilege and lower‐class work‐life11
Merging the public and private spheres of women's work: Narratives from women street food vendors during Covid‐19 crisis11
Working in unprecedented times: Intersectionality and women of color in UK higher education in and beyond the pandemic11
Just because it don't look heavy, don't mean it ain't: An intersectional analysis of Black women's labor as faculty during COVID11
Passing as resistance through a Goffmanian approach: Normalized, defensive, strategic, and instrumental passing when LGBTQ+ individuals encounter institutions11
Twenty‐five years of Gender, Work and Organization: A bibliometric analysis11
Caring about the unequal effects of the pandemic: What feminist theory, art, and activism can teach us11
The COVID‐19 pandemic: Narratives of informal women workers in Indian Punjab10
Women’s entrepreneurial subjectivity under scrutiny: Expert knowledge on gender and entrepreneurship10
Privileged yet vulnerable: Shared memories of a deeply gendered lockdown10
Implicit feminist solidarity(ies)? The role of gender in the social movements of the Greek crisis10
A special fund for gender equality? Institutional constraints and gendered consequences in Swedish collective bargaining10
Feminist solidarity: Practices, politics, and possibilities10
Writing for survival (… and to breathe)10
“A trade of one's own”: The role of social and cultural capital in the success of women in male‐dominated occupations10
The career resilience of senior women managers: A cross‐cultural perspective10
Rationalizing the postfeminist paradox: The case of UK women veterinary professionals10
Navigating white academe during crisis: The impact of COVID‐19 and racial violence on women of color professionals10
Gender differences in solo self‐employment: Gendered flexibility and the effects of parenthood10
(Not) bringing your whole self to work: The gendered experience of upward mobility in the UK Civil Service10
Writing grief, breathing hope10
Mentoring as affective governmentality: Shame, (un)happiness, and the (re)production of masculine leadership10
The emotional toll of postfeminist fatherhood10
The toll of success: Female leaders in the “women‐friendly” Greek advertising agencies9
Close encounters: Creating embodied spaces of resistance to marginalization and disempowering representation of difference in organization9
Towards a relational ethics in pandemic times and beyond: Limited accountability, collective performativity and new subjectivity9
The importance of vibrant materialities in transforming affective dissonance into affective solidarity: How the Countess Ablaze organized the Tits Out Collective9
Prison is power: Federal correctional officers, gender, and professional identity work9
Gender, business and human rights: Academic activism as critical engagement in neoliberal times9
A Southern encounter: Maternal body work and low‐income mothers in South Africa9
Isolation9
F*** professionalism: Or why we cannot return to ‘normal’9
Career constructions and a feminist standpoint on the meaning of context9
Girl bosses, punk poodles, and pink smoothies: Girlhood as Enterprising Femininity9
Badass marines: Resistance practices against the introduction of women in the Dutch military9
On the basis of risk: How screen executives’ risk perceptions and practices drive gender inequality in directing9
What are men's roles and responsibilities in the feminist project for gender egalitarianism?9
Maneuvering within postfeminism: A study of gender equality practitioners in Danish academia9
Understanding, ownership, or resistance: Explaining persistent gender inequality in public services9
“Show us what you’ve got”: From experiences of undoing to mobilizing agentic vulnerability in research9
Writing embodied generosity9
Are the gender gaps in informal caregiving intensity and burden closing due to the COVID‐19 pandemic? Evidence from the Netherlands9
“Viewed with suspicion, considered idle and mocked‐working caregiving fathers and fatherhood forfeits”9
Navigating uncertainty, employment and women’s safety during COVID‐19: Reflections of sexual assault resistance educators8
Unpaid care, welfare conditionality and expropriation8
Gender and ethnic equity in Aotearoa New Zealand's public service before and since Covid‐19: Toward intersectional inclusion?8
Exploring the domestic division of labor when both parents are involuntarily working from home: The effects of the UK COVID pandemic8
An autoethnography of pregnancy and birth during Covid times: Transcending the illusio of overwork in academia?8
The business of care: Private placement agencies and female migrant workers in London8
Towards a feminist parental ethics8
Writing bodies and bodies of text: Thinking vulnerability through monsters8
Resistance and praxis in the making of feminist solidarity: A conversation with Cynthia Enloe8
How can I turn my feminist ethnographic engagement into words? A perspective on knowledge production inspired by Audre Lorde8
Critical considerations of workplace flexibility “for all” and gendered outcomes: Men being flexible about their flexibility8
Gendering the digitalized metal industry8
Foodwork and foodcare in hard times: Mothering, value, and values8
Fertility treatment and organizational discourses of the non‐reproductive female body8
Touch and contact during COVID‐19: Insights from queer digital spaces8
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