433043 Theoretical Approaches and Concepts to Gender and Organisation

summer semester 2011 | Last update: 19.07.2011 Place course on memo list
433043
Theoretical Approaches and Concepts to Gender and Organisation
VO 2
5
weekly
annually
English
Students will be able to understand and use different theories in the context of gender and organisation. They can identify and analyse problems deriving from gendered organisations.
-Theoretical concepts of gender and organisation - Gendered organisational (sub)structures, cultures and relationships - Overt and covert discrimination - Methods to study gender, work and organisation
Instructions, lectures, plenary and group discussions, reading assignments, student presentations, guest lectures
written exam (max. 90 mins)
Main module texts: Alvesson, M. / Due Billing, Y. (1997) : Understanding Gender and Organizations. London et al.: Sage. Calás, M.B./Smircich, L. (1996): From "The Woman's Point of View: Feminist Approaches to Organization Studies, in : Clegg, St. R/Hardy, C./ Nord, W.R.: Handbook of Organization Studies. London et. Al.: Sage. Gender, Work and Organization (Journal) Gherardi, S. (1995) Gender, Symbolism and Organizational Cultures. London et al.: Sage.
not applicable
Successful completion of moduls ORGDES, COMCON. This module is offered to 30 students. Students of other Master programmes can choose this module as a free elective
Group 0
Date Time Location
Tue 2011-03-15
09.00 - 10.00 SR 8 (Sowi) SR 8 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Mon 2011-05-02
09.00 - 17.45 SR 2 (Sowi) SR 2 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Tue 2011-05-03
08.00 - 14.45 SR 13 (Sowi) SR 13 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Fri 2011-05-06
09.00 - 14.45 SR 14 (Sowi) SR 14 (Sowi) Barrier-free