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Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

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Antenarratives About Leadership and Gender in the U.S. Coast Guard

2006 5 (4) Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

Abstrakt

The following are antenarratives related by female U.S. Coast Guard cadets (now officers in the Coast Guard) as part of a gender and leadership directed study taught by Dr. Matthew Eriksen. Also, there are antenarratives by Captain Robert Ayer and Dr. Matthew Eriksen concerning their response to The Conference on Women at the Academy in which the female cadets participated. As well as education, the purpose of the directed study was to fundamentally change the participants: their self-understanding, gender discourse and gender performance. In addition, the directed study was conceived as a medium through which to change the U.S. Coast Guard Academy's and Coast Guard's gender performance and ideology to improve the day-to-day experience of female cadets and officers. The approach taken in the directed study is outlined in the article “Conceptualizing and Engaging in Organizational Change as an Embodied Experience within a Practical Reflexivity Community of Practice: Gender Performance at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy” (Eriksen, Van Echo, Harmel Kane, Curran, Gustafson & Shults, 2007) in Tamara: 4(1).

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Antenarratives About Leadership and Gender in the U.S. Coast Guard. (2006). Antenarratives About Leadership and Gender in the U.S. Coast Guard. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, 5(4), 163-173. (Original work published 2006)

MLA style

„Antenarratives About Leadership And Gender In The U.s. Coast Guard”. 2006. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, t. 5, nr 4, 2006, ss. 163-173.

Chicago style

„Antenarratives About Leadership And Gender In The U.s. Coast Guard”. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 5, nr 4 (2006): 163-173.