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Article

Priola, Vincenza; Lasio, Diego; de Simone, Silvia and Serri, Francesco (2014). The sound of silence. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender discrimination in 'inclusive organizations'. British Journal of Management, 25 (3), pp. 488-502.

Brannan, Matthew and Priola, Vincenza (2012). 'Girls who do Boys like they’re girls'? Exploring the role of gender in the junior management of contemporary service work. Gender, Work and Organization, 19 (2), pp. 119-141.

Priola, Vincenza (2007). Being female doing gender:narratives of women in education management. Gender and Education, 19 (1), pp. 21-40.

Priola, Vincenza (2004). Gender and feminine Identities - women as managers in a UK academic institution. Women in Management Review, 19 (8), pp. 421-430.

Armstrong, Seven J. and Priola, Vincenza (2001). Individual differences in cognitive style and their effects on task and social orientations of self-managed work teams. Small group research, 32 (3), pp. 283-312.

Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza Agents for change and changed agents:the micro-politics of change and feminism in the academy. Gender, Work and Organization, 20 (5), 580–598.

Priola, Vincenza and Brannan, Matthew J. Between a rock and a hard place:exploring women's experience of participation and progress in managerial careers. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 28 (5), pp. 378-397.

Priola, Vincenza; Smith, John L. and Armstrong, Steven J. Group work and cognitive style:a discursive investigation. Small group research, 35 (5), pp. 565-595.

Guillaume, Yves R.F.; Dawson, Jeremy F.; Priola, Vincenza; Sacramento, Claudia A.; Woods, Stephen A.; Higson, Helen E.; Budhwar, Pawan S. and West, Michael A. Managing diversity in organizations:an integrative model and agenda for future research. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 23 (5), pp. 783-802.

Book Section

Priola, Vincenza and Hurrell, S.A. (2011). Organizational culture and change management. IN: Introduction to organisational behaviour. Butler, Michael and Rose, Ed (eds) London (UK): CIPD.

Priola, Vincenza (2010). Masculinity and femininity. IN: Encyclopedia of case study research. Mills, Albert J.; Durepos, Gabrielle and Wiebe, Elden (eds) London (UK): SAGE.

Priola, Vincenza (2010). Multimethods research programs. IN: Encyclopedia of case study research. Mills, Albert J.; Durepos, Gabrielle and Wiebe, Elden (eds) London (UK): SAGE.

Priola, Vincenza (2002). Gender and femininity in education management:a case study of a British University. IN: 20th anniversary standing conference on organisational symbolism. University of Glamorgan.

Brannan, Matthew J.; Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza Introduction. IN: Branded lives. Brannan, Matthew J.; Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza (eds) Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar.

Brannan, Matthew J.; Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza Placing branding with organization theory. IN: Branded lives. Brannan, Matthew J.; Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza (eds) Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar.

Monograph

Priola, Vincenza and Brannan, Matthew J. Conflicting pressures and seductive contradictions:women’s participation and progress in management. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).

Priola, Vincenza "Girls Who Do Boys Like They’re Girls": gender and call centre’s junior management. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham.

Parsons, Liz and Priola, Vincenza The gendered academy:women academics as agents for change. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).

Conference or Workshop Item

Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza (2009). The eternal bridge of 'Becoming a Feminist':female academics' experiences of transition and displacement. IN: 27th Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism. 2009-07-08 - 2009-07-11.

Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza (2008). Agents for change and changed agents:women's experiences of researching their own organisations. IN: 24th European Group for Organizational Studies colloquium. 2008-07-10 - 2008-07-12.

Parsons, Elizabeth and Priola, Vincenza (2008). Narrating academia from academia:reflecting on the journey of women academics doing gender research. IN: 8th EURAM 2008 conference. 2008-07-14 - 2008-07-17.

Brannan, Matthew J. and Priola, Vincenza (2007). Exploring the role of gender in the lives of junior managers in contemporary service work. IN: 5th biennial international interdisciplinary conference. 2007-07-27 - 2007-07-29.

Priola, Vincenza and Smith, John L. (2001). The chameleon researcher:multiple paradigms inquiry in social science. IN: Social psychology section annual conference. 2001-07-08 - 2001-07-20.

Priola, Vincenza; Smith, John L. and Armstrong, Steven J. (2000). Team work and cognitive style:a multi-methodological study of the relationship between cognitive style and group processes. IN: ELSIN 5th Annual Learning Style Conference, Conference Proceedings. 2000-01-01 - 2000-01-01.

Priola, Vincenza (1999). Cognitive style and work-groups:toward a slicker organisation. IN: IV European congress of psychology. 1999-01-01 - 1999-01-01.

Armstrong, Steven J. and Priola, Vincenza (1998). Individual cognitive style and the composition of self managing work-teams. IN: Leeds-Lancaster Collaborative Conference: 'Emergent fields in Management. Connecting Learning and Critique', Conference Proceedings. 1998-07-15 - 1998-07-17.

Priola, Vincenza and Songhurst, D. Industrial relations systems as constructed by British HR managers. IN: 17th EGOS Colloquium. 2001-07-05 - 2001-07-07.

Singh, G. and Priola, Vincenza Long-distant learning and social networks:an Investigation into the social learning environment of on-line students. IN: ELSIN 6th Annual Learning Style Conference. 2001-06-01 - 2001-06-01.

Priola, Vincenza and Gilbert, K. Women as managers in the West Midlands. IN: Gender, Work and Organization, 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference. 2005-06-22 - 2005-06-24.

Armstrong, Steven J. and Priola, Vincenza An examination of how differences in cognitive style affect the functioning of self managing work-teams:an empirical study. IN: ELSIN 3rd Annual Learning Style Conference. 1998-01-01 - 1998-01-01.

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