Gender, Work & Organization
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Edited By: David Knights, Deborah Kerfoot and Ida Sabelis
Impact Factor: 0.963
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 13/41 (Women's Studies); 114/185 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1468-0432
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2. Each paper is reviewed by the Editor and, if it is judged suitable for this publication, it is then sent to a minimum of three referees for blind peer review. Based on their recommendations, the Editor then decides whether the paper should be accepted as is, revised or rejected.
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9. References should be in Harvard style, (shown within the text as the first author's name, followed by a comma and year of publication, all in round brackets). Authors may submit full names within the reference list if they wish. At the end of the article a reference list in alphabetical order must be given as follows: For books:surname, initials or forenames, (year) title, publisher, place of publication, e.g. Reskin, B. and Roos, P. (1990) Job Queues, Gender Queues: Explaining Women's Inroads into Male Occupations. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
For journals:surname, initials or forenames, (year) 'title', journal, volume, number, pages, e.g. Morgan, G. and Knights, D. (1990) Gendering jobs: corporate strategy, managerial control and the dynamics of job segregation. Work, Employment and Society, 5,2, 181-200.
Please ensure that page numbers are included in all references.
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