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University of Wollongong

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2012

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Book Review - Women In Leadership: Contextual Dynamics And Boundaries, Christine Eriksen Jan 2012

Book Review - Women In Leadership: Contextual Dynamics And Boundaries, Christine Eriksen

Faculty of Science - Papers (Archive)

Leadership scenarios and paradoxes - past, present and future - form the basis of Karin Klenke's analysis of women in leadership. The book sets out to explore the paradoxical nature of women's leadership in male-dominated contexts, paradoxes women leaders are confronted with, as well as the paradox of change versus the persistence of the status quo. Contexts with a 'paradoxical nature'- temporally and spatially - are at the forefront. These 'contexts' for women's leadership range from remarkable female leaders, today and historically, in politics, organisational structures, information technology (IT), the media, sports, the military, religion and spirituality, science, higher education ...


The Atlas Of Women In The World [Book Review], Christine Eriksen Jan 2012

The Atlas Of Women In The World [Book Review], Christine Eriksen

Faculty of Science - Papers (Archive)

The Atlas ofWomen in theWorld is a resourceful book that instantly drew me in with its interesting choice of topics, vibrant colours and magnificent graphs. Joni Seager - an internationally acclaimed feminist geographer - highlights in the introduction that gender equality has yet to be attained around the world as well as what has actually improved for women since the first edition of the atlas was published in 1986.


The Awkward Spaces Of Fathering [Book Review], Ben Gallan Jan 2012

The Awkward Spaces Of Fathering [Book Review], Ben Gallan

Faculty of Science - Papers (Archive)

This review starts with PiriWeepu, the All Black and rugby world cup winner.An image depictingWeepu bottle-feeding his child was removed from a national anti-smoking advertisement in early 2012.What could be wrong with this tender moment between father and daughter? The image raised controversy because it conflicted with carefully scripted advertising campaigns promoting breastfeeding.