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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 16 (3), 288-300, 2009
1442009
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
1412015
Everyday experiences of sexism in male-dominated professions: A Bourdieusian perspective
A Powell, KJC Sang
Sociology 49 (5), 919-936, 2015
1382015
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
1322013
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
1162007
‘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
1142015
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
1122014
Gender, authentic leadership and identity: analysis of women leaders’ autobiographies
I Kapasi, KJC Sang, R Sitko
Gender in Management: An International Journal 31 (5/6), 339-358, 2016
1052016
Job quality, fair work and gig work: the lived experience of gig workers
K Myhill, J Richards, K Sang
Technologically Mediated Human Resource Management, 116-141, 2023
1012023
‘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
742019
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
682018
7 Equality, diversity, inclusion and work–life balance in construction
K Sang, A Powell
Human Resource Management in Construction Projects, 163, 2012
682012
‘I’ma migrant, but I’m the right sort of migrant’: Hegemonic masculinity, whiteness, and intersectional privilege and (dis) advantage in migratory academic careers
KJC Sang, T Calvard
Gender, Work & Organization 26 (10), 1506-1525, 2019
652019
Diversifying the creative: Creative work, creative industries, creative identities
R Finkel, D Jones, K Sang, D Stoyanova Russell
Organization 24 (3), 281-288, 2017
522017
Gender inequality in the construction industry: Lessons from Pierre Bourdieu
K Sang, A Powell
Management 237, 247, 2012
472012
Anticipatory socialisation amongst architects: a qualitative examination
K Sang, S Ison, A Dainty, A Powell
Education+ Training 51 (4), 309-321, 2009
472009
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
442016
Equality, diversity and inclusion in the construction industry
A Powell, KJC Sang
Construction Management and Economics 31 (8), 795-801, 2013
442013
Musculoskeletal symptoms in pharmaceutical sales representatives
K Sang, D Gyi, C Haslam
Occupational Medicine 60 (2), 108-114, 2010
442010
“I’ve found it extremely draining” Emotional labour and the lived experience of line managing neurodiversity
J Richards, K Sang, A Marks, S Gill
Personnel Review 48 (7), 1903-1923, 2019
422019
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