5 edition of Expatriate Identities in Postcolonial Organizations found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Research interests I have a longstanding interest in gender, work and organization; in particular taking a poststructuralist approach to explore how women are positioned through organizational discourses and cultures. Full text not available from this repository. It offers a key exploration of the relations between whiteness, identity and organization in migratory contexts.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36 61247-1263. I have conducted empirical research in China, Hong Kong and South Africa, looking at how whiteness in particular provides an important resource in the making of new lives and identities in postcolonial contexts.
This work has been published in articles and books including Expatriate Identities in Postcolonial Organizations: Working Whiteness 2010 Migration, Space and Transnational Identities: The British in South Africa 2014, with Daniel ConwayImmigration to China in the Post-Reform Era: Destination China forthcoming, with Angela Lehmann and British Migration: Globalisation, Transnational Identities and Multiculturalism forthcoming, with Katie Walsh.
Research funded by the British Council of Offices led to the report Making the Workplace Work and an article which won a BSA Climate Change Prize in 2014. Environment and Planning A, 47 112355-2372. My interest in the changing nature of working lives has also been pursued through research which has explored how changing working space can impact on senses of identity and well-being.
It offers a key exploration of the relations between whiteness, identity and organization in migratory contexts.  Routledge Studies in Human Geography.The New Expatriates: Postcolonial Approaches to Mobile Professionals Routledge.
, British Migration: Privilege, Diversity and Vulnerability pp.
My research interests are in work and organization, primarily in the areas of organizational and technological change, gender, race, age and identity and skilled labour migration.
It offers a key exploration of the relations between whiteness, identity and organization in migratory contexts.