1. Jeff Hearn, Marjut Jyrkinen, Rebecca Piekkari & Eeva Oinonen (2008). “Women Home and Away”: Transnational Managerial Work and Gender Relations. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 83 (1):41 - 54.
    This article addresses the intersections, even blurrings, of two “homes” and two “aways” – the personal, ‹private’ home and the corporate ‹public’ ‹away’, and the national home country and corporate base and the transnational work away. Drawing on 40 semi-structured interviews with women and men top and middle managers in seven multinational corporations located in Finland, we examine the complex relations among transnational managerial work, corporate careers and personal, marriage and family-type relations, and their differences for women and men managers. (...)
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  2. Jeff Hearn (1998). Theorizing Men and Men's Theorizing: Varieties of Discursive Practices in Men's Theorizing of Men. Theory and Society 27 (6):781-816.
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  3. Jeff Hearn (1991). 9 Gender: Biology, Nature, and Capitalism. In Terrell Carver (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Marx. Cambridge University Press. 1--222.
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