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Talking about Gypsies: the notion of discourse as control.
(Taylor & Francis, 2006-01-01)
Gypsies and Travellers are increasingly part of a debate by politicians and the media in the U.K. This discourse is not a benign reflection of events; instead it is part of a complex mechanism of control. There is a difficult ...
Institutional theory and the cross-national transfer of employment policy: The case of 'workforce diversity' in US multinationals
This paper uses a comparative institutionalist approach combined with a power/interests perspective to examine the processes whereby diversity policy is ‘internationalized’ by US multinational companies. It argues that the ...
HRD in multinationals: The global/local mix
The room to panic: an example of film criticism and housing research
(Housing, Theory and Society, 2004-03-01)
Whatever happened to 'Housing and the environment'?
(Taylor & Francis, 2003-07-01)
Private dwelling: contemplating the use of housing
Converging or diverging? A comparative analysis of trends in contingent employment practice in Europe over a decade.
This paper makes a unique contribution to the HRM convergence-divergence debate by examining whether organizations operating in Europe, over the 10-year time period preceding 2000, are converging in their adoption of ...
Learning networks, power and legitimacy in multinational subsidiaries
(Taylor and Francis, 2003-05-01)