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2016
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disability
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Gender, parenting and academic careers: a woman’s issue?

Sang, K., Huppatz, K. & Napier, J., 2016, (Unpublished).

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Parenting and academic careers

Huppatz, K., Sang, K. & Napier, J., Feb 2016, (Unpublished).

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2015

Consuming beyond survival: an evolutionary approach to sustainable consumption

Eiseman, D., Black, I. & Sang, K., 12 Jul 2015. 10 p.

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tactics
social position
Social Norms
decision maker
psychology

In work poverty: lessons for employers and HR practitioners

Richards, J. & Sang, K., 8 Dec 2015.

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Staff
Employees
Facilitators
Trade unions
Facilitation
2014

Decadence, diets and dominance: celebrity chefs and cultural performances of gender, whiteness and class

Sang, K. & Finkel, R., Jun 2014.

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Gender and disability in the transport industry

Richards, J., Sang, K. & Marks, A., Jun 2014.

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'I'm a migrant, but the right sort of migrant' Migrant academics in Australia and New Zealand

Sang, K., Ozbilgin, M. & AlDajani, H., 7 Feb 2014.

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New Zealand
migrant
gender
reason for migration
career

Impact of transition economy on gender composition in employment in the Russian heavy industry

Bokokovika, E., Sayce, S. & Sang, K., 2014.

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Networking feminist academics

Sang, K., Jun 2014.

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2013

Experiences of neurodiverse employees in the UK transport industry

Sang, K., Richards, J. & Marks, A., Jul 2013.

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Gender and migration in academia

Sang, K., Sep 2013.

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Gender and migration in Australia and New Zealand: the case of academics

Sang, K., Jul 2013.

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Line managing neurodiverse employees in the UK transport industry: an exploratory study

Richards, J., Sang, K., Marks, A. & Gill, S., Dec 2013.

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2012

Explaining persistent gender inequality in the construction industry using a Bourdieusian perspective

Powell, A. & Sang, K., Nov 2012.

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Feminists in Scottish academia: dialogues and alliances across boundaries

Sang, K. & Finkel, R., 26 Oct 2012.

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Gender inequality in the construction industry: lessons from Pierre Bourdieu

Sang, K. & Powell, A., 2012, p. 237–247. 11 p.

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2011

First generation female migrant professors

Sang, K., AlDajani, H. & Ozbilgin, M., 2011.

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2010

Creating the architect: socialisation into the UK architectural profession

Sang, K., Caven, V. & Ozbilgin, M., 2010.

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Creating the architect: socialisation into the UK architectural profession.

Sang, K., Dainty, A. & Ison, S., 2010.

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First generation migrant academic women

Sang, K., Ozbilgin, M. & Al-Dajani, H., 2010.

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First generation migrant academic women: leadership and entrepreneurial skills

Al-Dajani, H., Sang, K. & Ozbilgin, M., 2010.

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Occupational stress in the UK architectural profession: is hegemonic masculinity to blame?

Sang, K., Dainty, A. & Ison, S., 2010.

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