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Publications and past conference presentations

This page will be updated to include new publications and details of past conference presentations as our work progresses:

Journal Publications:

Book Reviews

Forthcoming Book Chapters (details available via the authors as currently in development)

  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (Due for publication 2017) ‘Analysing web images’ in SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods (Eds. Cassell, C; Cunliffe, A and Grandy, G) Sage.
  • Whiting, R and Pritchard, K(Due for publication 2017) ‘Digital Ethics’ in SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods (Eds. Cassell, C; Cunliffe, A and Grandy, G) Sage.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (Due for publication 2017) ‘Age at work’ in Social Impact: Making A Difference With Psychology (Eds Niven, K; Lewis, S; and Kagan, C) Richard Benjamin Trust.

Past Conference Presentations:

  • Whiting, R and Pritchard, K (2015) ‘Weary Women? Re-constructing retirement in the 21st century’.  Paper presented at EGOS 2015, Athens, July 2015.
  • Whiting, R and Pritchard, K (2105) The Missing Million(s): The discursive construction of age-related unemployment in the UK. Paper presented at WORK2015 New Meanings of Work Conference at Turku, Finland, August 2015.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2014) The Missing Million: the discursive construction of age-related unemployment in the UK‘ Conference paper presented at 11th International Conference on Organizational Discourse, July 2014.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2014) ‘Weary Women? Re-constructing retirement in the 21st century’. Paper presented at the Gender and Later Working Life stream at Gender, Work and Organization, 8th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference 24th–26th June, 2014, Keele University, UK. The presentation of this paper appears below.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2013) Extending e-research: Engaging with the visual in Web 2.0 data. Developmental paper presented at the British Academy of Management Conference (Research Methodology SIG). 10th – 12th September 2013 (Aintree). The paper is here. The presentation from this session can be found below.
  • Whiting, R and Pritchard, K (2012) ‘The discursive construction of ‘generations’ at work: Process and practice amongst web-based organizational actors’. Paper presented at 10th International Conference on Organizational Discourse: Processes, practices and performance. 18th – 20th July 2012 (Amsterdam). The abstract of our paper is here.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2012) ‘Tracking and trawling:  Theorising ‘participants’ and ‘data’ in qualitative e-research’. Paper presented at 26th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management. 11th – 13th September 2012 (Cardiff). The abstract of our paper is here.
  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2012) Do you see what I see?  Going beyond chronology by exploring images of age at work. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference. 9th – 11th January 2013 (Chester). The abstract of our paper is here.  The presentation from this interactive session can be found below.

 

  • Pritchard, K and Whiting, R (2011) ‘Gender and Generations’. Paper presented at Gendered Ageing at Work: Beyond the ‘Double Jeopardy’  Gender, Work & Organization.  7th interdisciplinary conference. 27th -29th June 2012 (Keele). The abstract of our paper is here and an edited version of the presentation appears below.  The images analysed have been hidden to comply with copyright legislation.

Please do not cite the above conference papers without the permission of the authors.

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