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  • Gendered Labour Process
    Published in the International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy Dr Raghu Reddy Gendered labour process is a form of managerial control, that views work design, work organization, organizational context and organizational demands as incompatible with gender distinctions, and as a constraint in achieving organizational economic goals. Some managers, while engaging in the discourses ofContinue reading “Gendered Labour Process”
  • Liberal Gender Equality and Social Difference
    Published in the International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy Dr Raghu Reddy Maternity is often a key determinant of women’s career continuity and an understanding of organizational processes and practices that do not accommodate the maternity and childcare life stage of women employees could help identify the change targets for the gender diversity initiativesContinue reading “Liberal Gender Equality and Social Difference”
  • Hegemonic Masculinity or Masculine Domination
    Published in the International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy Dr Raghu Reddy Bourdieu’s Masculine Domination offers a more comprehensive social theory of gender than Connell’s Hegemonic Masculinity. As recommended by Bourdieu, any intervention by the State or any organization needs to take into account both the ideological structures as well as material structures, forContinue reading “Hegemonic Masculinity or Masculine Domination”

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