Latest publications:
Immigrant Women, Academic Work, and Agency: Negotiating Identities and Subjectivities with/in the Ivory Tower

We utilize a critical discourse analysis to interrogate the experiences of female immigrant faculty members in the United States, regarding how they negotiate their subjectivity within a neoliberal context.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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A Tourist in Heteroland: Law, Legal Institutions, and Heteronormativity

Legal establishments as norm creators either marginalize LGBT persons through heteronormativity, or include them to transform societal norms. LGBTs interactions with law illustrate exclusion, loss of agency, backlash, and transformation.

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Using the Community Readiness Model to Develop Educational and Vocational Programs for Women in Kabul, Afghanistan: A Model for Other Post-conflict Zones

This project developed educational and vocational programs for women in Kabul, Afghanistan using the Community Readiness Model, resulting in a model for other post-conflict zones.

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A Meta-analysis of the Relationship Between Psychological Disengagement and Self-esteem: The Role of Domain and Group Status

A meta-analysis was conducted to further understand the association between psychological disengagement (more precisely the mechanisms of discounting and devaluing) and self-esteem, using domain and group status as moderators.

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Supporting Diverse Staff in Children's Hospitals

While multicultural policies in Australia encourage organisations to employ bilingual/bicultural staff, there tends to be a lack of policies, guidelines and programs that support such staff in using their skills.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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Work-Life Balance: Working Women in the IT Sector in India

Work-life balance, though an issue for both genders, has greater significance for women the world over. This study examines the work life balance in the IT sector in India.

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The International Journal of Organizational Diversity , Volume 14, Issue 2, July 2015

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Traveling, Living and Learning in a Diverse Setting: The China Study Abroad Programme

This analysis of a China Study Abroad trip centers on what U.S. educators learned through an international travel experience. “World traveling,” pragmatic inquiry spaces, liminality and shifting identities are discussed.

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Transgender Issues in Young Children: An Israeli Case Study

In this paper I relate the stories of two six-year-old children, a boy and a girl, who do not identify with their biological birth gender.

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Published online: June 29, 2015

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Las "Fresas" Del Valle: An Emerging Student Demographic in South Texas Schools

In this paper, researchers present findings based on their ongoing ethnographic research about an emerging transnational group in South Texas high schools.

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Published online: June 29, 2015

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