|Part IBiography, biology and career|
|1 Gender, subjectivity and feminism ||8|
|2 Gender, knowledge and career ||32|
|3 Femininity, masculinity and organisation ||51|
|Part IIProfessional socialisation and patriarchal culture|
| Introduction to Part II ||71|
|5 In the shadow of the glass ceiling ||101|
|6 Sexuality, power and organisation ||117|
|Part 3Challenging patriarchy: No Man's Land?|
| Introduction to Part III ||137|
|7 Barriers, boundaries and emotion: gender, power and meaning ||139|
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Book title: Gender, Power, and Organisation: A Psychological Perspective.
Contributors: Paula Nicolson - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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