Research Publications for Suzette L Dyer

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  • Hurd, F., Lowery-Kappes, H., & Dyer, S. (2019). Collaboration for improving students' understanding of careers: Successfully bridging the academic/practice divide. Te Mōhiotanga.

  • Lowery-Kappes, H., Dyer, S., & Hurd, F. (2019). Strengthen understanding of career theory in practice within the learning space. In CDANZ Conference. University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

  • Hardarker, J., Dyer, S., Hurd, F., & Harcourt, M. (2018). Gendered experiences of workplace conflict: The perspective of female leaders. In Gender and Diversity Research Symposium. Conference held Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Dyer, S. (2018). Social justice and women's careers. Te Mohiotanga.

  • Dyer, S., & Hurd, F. (2018). Developing and understanding of equality within business schools. In 32nd ANZAM Conference. Conference held Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Hurd, F., & Dyer, S. (2018). Highlighting space within a study of time: Locational path dependence in the development of New Zealand's largest power station. In 10th Annual Conference Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools. Conference held Sydney, Australia.

  • Dyer, S. (2018). Social justice and women's careers. In CDANZ National Symposium: Social Justice. Conference held Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Dyer, S., & Hurd, F. (2018). Equality as a threshold conception: challenging future manager’s perceptions. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 37(7), 683-697. doi:10.1108/EDI-04-2017-0070

  • Dyer, S., Xu, Y., & Sinha, P. (2018). Migration: A means to create work–life balance?*. Journal of Management and Organization, 24(2), 279-294. doi:10.1017/jmo.2016.70

  • Dyer, S., & Hurd, F. (2018). Changing perceptions about feminists and (still not) claiming a feminist identity. Gender and Education, 30(4), 435-449. doi:10.1080/09540253.2016.1216524

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