This book gathers the stories told by men and women. With a play on words sometimes used by feminists in the past, it could have been entitled His/story and Her/story, in order to convey from the outset a banal, but sometimes overlooked, fact: the contents of stories depend on the voice telling them, and the experience recounted in first person differs according to the gender of the narrator. The purpose of the book is to make an innovative contribution, both empirical and theoretical, to understanding of the ways in which male and female are constructed in organizations. With index and references.
Advances in organization studies