Dr Sweta Rajan-Rankin
Dr Sweta Rajan-Rankin
Adresse e-mail validée de brunel.ac.uk - Page d'accueil
TitreCitée parAnnée
Self-identity, embodiment and the development of emotional resilience
S Rajan-Rankin
The British Journal of Social Work 44 (8), 2426-2442, 2014
802014
Paternalism and the paradox of work–life balance: Discourse and practice
S Rajan-Rankin
Community, Work & Family 19 (2), 227-241, 2016
92016
Invisible bodies and disembodied voices? Identity work, the body and embodiment in transnational service work
S Rajan‐Rankin
Gender, Work & Organization 25 (1), 9-23, 2018
82018
Anti-racist social work in a post-race society? Interrogating the amorphous other
S Rajan-Rankin
Critical and Radical Social Work, DOI:http://dx.doi.org.10.1332 …, 2015
72015
Brexit logics: Myths and Facts-A Black Feminist Analysis
S Rajan-Rankin
feminists@ law 27 (7), 2017
62017
Do Work-Family Policies Really “Work”? Evidence from Indian Call Centres
S Raian-Rankin, M Tomlinson
Expanding the Boundaries of Work-Family Research, 32-50, 2013
52013
Deconstructing “family supportive cultures”: A vision for the future
S Lewis, S Rajan-Rankin
Expanding the Boundaries of Work-Family Research, 53-69, 2013
32013
The “Authentic Cybertariat”? Commodifying Feeling, Accents, and Cultural Identities in the Global South
S Rajan-Rankin
Intimate Economies, 33-56, 2016
12016
Race, embodiment and later life: Re-animating aging bodies of color
S Rajan-Rankin
Journal of aging studies 45, 32-38, 2018
2018
A ‘New’Form of Emotional Labour? Examining Cultural Immersion Processes in Outsourced Indian Call Centres
S Rajan-Rankin
2012
'A Culture of Fakeness?'Globality, Culture and Worker Identity in an Indian Call Centre
S Rajan-Rankin
Community, Work and Family IV International Conference: Actors, Structures …, 2011
2011
Part I Work–Life Policies and Flexible Work Arrangements in Organizations
EE Kossek, A Ollier-Malaterre, S Rajan-Rankin, M Tomlinson, S Lewis, ...
Le système ne peut pas réaliser cette opération maintenant. Veuillez réessayer plus tard.
Articles 1–12