The Cost of a Calling? Clergywomen and Work in the Church of England
This article explores the work of clergywomen in the Church of England within an analysis of the Church as a gendered organization. We highlight the sex discrimination they often face, at the same time as satisfaction with their work and the need to follow their calling regardless of the difficulties. This is explained through an analysis of the significance of religious calling and the requirement for ‘sacrifice’ on their ability to endure their work and to challenge discriminatory treatment.
Citation:Greene, A.M. and Robbins, M. (2015) The Cost of a Calling? Clergywomen and work in the Church of England. Gender, Work and Organization, 22 (4), pp. 405-420