Publications

REFEREED ARTICLES

SAYCE, S., KINGE, J., JOY, S. AND SANG, KJC (2015) Research note: Complying with frustration, the experience of equality and diversity practitioners in HE Interdisciplinary perspectives on equality and diversity 1(1).

http://journals.hw.ac.uk/index.php/IPED/article/view/14 (OA)

Richards, J & Sang, K., (accepted). Trade Unions as Employment Facilitators for Disabled Employees. International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Sang, K., Powell, A., Finkel, R., & Richards, J. (2015). ‘Being an academic is not a 9–5 job’: long working hours and the ‘ideal worker’in UK academia.Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work, (ahead-of-print), 1-15.

POWELL, A. and SANG, KJC. (2015) Everyday experiences of sexism in male-dominated professions: a Bourdieusian perspective. Sociology.

Galloway, L., Kapasi, I., & Sang, K. (2015). Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and the Value of Feminist Approaches to Understanding Them. Journal of Small Business Management.

SANG, KJC, DAINTY, A.R.J & ISON, S. G. (2014). Gender in the UK architectural profession (re)producing and challenging hegemonic masculinity. Work, Employment and Society. 28() pp. 247-264.  Lead Author

SANG, K JC; ALDAJANI, H., AND OZBILGIN, M. (2013) Frayed Careers of double outsiders: migrant female professors in British Academia. Gender, Work and Organization. 20(2) pp. 158-171. Lead Author

BARUCH, Y. AND SANG, KJC. (2013) Predicting MBA graduates’ donation behaviour to their alma mater. Journal of Management Development 32(5) pp. 808-825 (ABS 1*). Second author

GYI, D, SANG, KJC & HASLAM, C. (2013). Participatory ergonomics: co-developing interventions to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal symptoms in business drivers. Ergonomics, 56(1)  pp. 45-58. Second author

SANG, KJC, GYI, DE &  HASLAM, CO. 2011  Stakeholder perspectives on managing the occupational health of UK business drivers: A qualitative approach, Applied Ergonomics 42(3) pp. 419-25 Lead Author

SANG, KJC, GYI, DE & HASLAM, CO (2010). Musculoskeletal Symptoms in Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives. Occupational Medicine,  60(2) pp. 108-114. Lead Author

SANG, KJC, DAINTY, ARJ, ISON, SG &  POWELL, A. (2009). A qualitative examination of the anticipatory socialisation of architects. Education and Training 51 (4) pp. 309-321 Awarded Highly Commended Paper, 2010 (Emerald LiteratiNetwork). Lead Author

SANG, KJC, ISON, SG & DAINTY, ARJ. (2009) The job satisfaction of UK architects and relationships with work life balance and turnover intentions. Accepted to Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 16 (3) pp.288-300 Lead Author

SANG, KJC, DAINTY ARJ &  ISON, SG (2007) Gender: A risk factor for occupational stress in the architectural profession? Construction Management and Economics Volume 25 (12), pages 1305 – 1317. Lead Author (ABS2*).

BOOKS

SANG, KJC & POWELL, A. (2012) Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Work-Life balance in Construction. Human Resource Management in Construction: A Critical Approach  edited by Professor Andrew Dainty and Professor Martin Loosemore.

SANG, KJC, DAINTY, ARJ &  ISON, SG (2007). Warning: working in construction may be harmful to your well-being! In  ‘Dainty, ARJ, Green, SD and Bagilhole, BM (Eds.) (2007) People and Culture in Construction: A Reader. Routledge, London.

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