Gender, History and Organizational space: a case study. / Liu, Yihan; Grey, Christopher.

2016. Paper presented at EURAM 2016, Paris, France.

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2016. Paper presented at EURAM 2016, Paris, France.

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Liu Y, Grey C. Gender, History and Organizational space: a case study. 2016. Paper presented at EURAM 2016, Paris, France.

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title = "Gender, History and Organizational space: a case study",
abstract = "Located within the spatial and historic turns in organization theory, this paper examines the gendering of organizational space over time. Lefebvre{\textquoteright}s triad of conceived, perceived and lived space is deployed to interpret some preliminary findings of an archive-based study of a university building designed in the 19th century as a women{\textquoteright}s college.",
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year = "2016",
month = jun,
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language = "English",
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