Maria Adamson
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Postfeminism, neoliberalism and a ‘successfully’balanced femininity in celebrity CEO autobiographies
M Adamson
Gender, Work & Organization 24 (3), 314-327, 2017
New heroines of labour: Domesticating post-feminism and neoliberal capitalism in Russia
S Salmenniemi, M Adamson
Sociology 49 (1), 88-105, 2015
‘Female heroes’: celebrity executives as postfeminist role models
M Adamson, EK Kelan
British Journal of Management 30 (4), 981-996, 2019
‘Good’jobs and ‘bad’jobs: Contemplating job quality in different contexts
M Adamson, I Roper
Work, Employment and Society 33 (4), 551-559, 2019
The quality of equality: thinking differently about gender inclusion in organizations
M Adamson, EK Kelan, P Lewis, N Rumens, M Sliwa
Human Resource Management International Digest 24 (7), 8-11, 2016
‘The bottom line is that the problem is you’: aesthetic labour, postfeminism and subjectivity in Russian self-help literature
M Adamson, S Salmenniemi
Aesthetic labour, 301-316, 2017
Compositions of professionalism in counselling work: An embodied and embedded intersectionality framework
M Adamson, M Johansson
human relations 69 (12), 2201-2223, 2016
Executive remuneration consultancy in the UK: Exploring a professional project through the lens of institutional work
M Adamson, S Manson, I Zakaria
Journal of Professions and Organization 2 (1), 19-37, 2014
Introduction: Critically interrogating inclusion in organisations
M Adamson, E Kelan, P Lewis, M Śliwa, N Rumens
Organization 28 (2), 211-227, 2021
Introduction to special issue: Exploring the emergence of moderate feminism (s) in contemporary organizations
P Lewis, M Adamson, I Biese, E Kelan
Gender, Work & Organization, 1063-1072, 2019
The making of a glass slipper: Exploring patterns of inclusion and exclusion in a feminized profession
M Adamson
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2015
Diversity in the work–life interface: introduction to the special issue
TA Beauregard, M Adamson, A Kunter, L Miles, I Roper
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2020
Reflexivity and the construction of competing discourses of masculinity in a female‐dominated profession
M Adamson
Gender, Work & Organization 21 (6), 559-572, 2014
Writing class in and out: constructions of class in elite businesswomen’s autobiographies
M Adamson, M Johansson
Sociology 55 (3), 487-504, 2021
The many faces of gender inequality at work
D Lup, TA Beauregard, M Adamson
Work, Employment and Society 32 (4), 623-628, 2018
Towards critical inclusion studies: Interrogating the inclusivity imperative in contemporary organisations
M Adamson, M Śliwa, E Kelan, P Lewis, N Rumens
Special Issue CFP Organization, 2018
Psychological counselling in post-Soviet Russia: Gendered perceptions in a feminizing profession
G Griffin, M Karepova
European Journal of Women's Studies 18 (3), 279-294, 2011
Gender and professional work in Russia and Hungary
M Adamson, E Kispeter
Gender in the 20th Century Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, 214-227, 2017
Theorising work–life balance endeavours as a gendered project of the self: the case of senior executives in Denmark
M Adamson, SL Muhr, TA Beauregard
Human Relations, 00187267211073309, 2022
Cross-cultural interviews and insider/outsider dilemma: interviewing counselling psychologists in Russia
M Adamson
SAGE Publications, Ltd., 2014
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