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Sheree Gregory (PhD)
Lecturer at WSU. I research work/families, equity & inclusion, orgs/households, parenthood, entrepreneurship & innovation. Member of TASA. My views.
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Western Sydney U Lib Sep 22
A family of at the Parramatta South campus enjoying this beautiful weather.
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Prof. Banu Ozkazanc-Pan Sep 7
Female-managed US funds outperform all-male rivals
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Jess Calarco Aug 18
This morning, my first-grader's class had an online conversation about "what strong writers do." They came up with: 1) stay focused, 2) avoid distractions, 3) write every day, 4) re-read what you wrote, and 5) work to make it better. So basically, they're ready for grad school.
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Journal of Sociology Aug 4
Now online Lyn Craig's research on Coronavirus, domestic labour and care: Gendered roles locked down.
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catherine fox Aug 17
This isn’t going to conveniently disappear any time soon
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Sociology Journal Aug 14
"The true value of The Bank of Mum and Dad goes largely unspoken in professional life, and its distorting influence on individual trajectories remains hidden from public view." - new Open Access paper from &
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Carla Pascoe Leahy Aug 16
Excited to announce that and I are launching Australian Mothering: Historical & Sociological Perspectives online at 6pm Tuesday 8 September (AEST). Elizabeth Hill will launch & contributors give a brief abstract. Details & registration:
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The Sociological Review Aug 15
How are you practising care amid changing national and local public health advice? Let us know for Solidarity and Care.
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Philippine Sociology Aug 14
PSR: Call for Submissions The Philippine Sociological Review (PSR) is accepting manuscript submissions on a rolling basis. We invite prospective authors to visit for more information.
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Aug 10
Congratulations
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Western Sydney - ICS Aug 10
New book published today highlights pivotal significance culture plays in social divisions & inequalities in Australia including class, age, gender, ethnicity. Research from our national survey of cultural tastes & practices. 20% discount with code FLR40
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Kathleen Gerson Aug 6
We, as a society, cannot let this happen. As Lincoln was reported to say: The best way to predict the future is to choose it.
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Claire Cain Miller Aug 6
“We may well be facing a generational wipeout of mothers’ careers.” ⁦⁩:
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Aug 5
Congratulations!
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firuzeh 🇵🇷 4,645 Jul 28
Are you doing work on the (re)organizing of gender and work in times of crises? Please consider submitting your paper to this call for papers - abstracts due September 28th. Co-Editors: ++
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Joan C. Williams Aug 4
Using structured processes for hiring and performance evals works. In one experiment, using 's Performance Evaluation toolkit, led to increased bonuses & performance evals for black men & women & white women.
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Aug 4
Kept that one a secret, JD! Can't wait to listen
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Leigh Straw Aug 4
My granny didn't have a wider voice through her experiences of This is for her. It's for Janet Calder My hero. Her legacy. So grateful for her strength and resilience & for my mum & aunt
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Aug 4
Replying to @leighstraw
Congratulations, Leigh! I love the title and blurb!
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Kathleen Gerson Aug 3
Care is an issue that comes for almost all of us at some point in our lives...And yet we have an economy, and a policy apparatus, that completely ignores this enormous burden.
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