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Karen Jones

  • PhD Sociology and Social Policy
  • Associate Professor of Educational Leadership & Management
  • University of Reading Institute of Education
  • 0ReadersNumber of instances of Karen's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.
  • 11PublicationsNumber of items in Karen's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

Leader developmentLeadershipWomen and leadershipGenderSexismPostfeminismHigher educationSMEsentrepreneurs

About

Forthcoming papers: Women in higher education leadership in China; women normalising sexim in workplace narratives.

Editorships

Administrative Sciences

Guest Editor

2016 - Present

Publications (5)

  • An Overview of the Current State of Women's Leadership in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia and a Proposal for Future Research Directions

    • Alsubaie A
    • Jones K
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  • Rendering sexism invisible in workplace narratives. A narrative analysis of female entrepreneurs’ stories of not being talked to by men

    • Jones K
    • Clifton J
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  • The Implications of Contractual Terms of Employment for Women and Leadership: An Autoethnographic Study in UK Higher Education

    • Vicary A
    • Jones K
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  • Women and Leadership in Higher Education in China: Discourse and the Discursive Construction of Identity

    • Zhao J
    • Jones K
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  • Outcomes of a Longitudinal Study of Citizens Advice Service Clients in Wales

    • Jones K
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Professional experience

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership & Management

Institute of Education University of Reading

January 2015 - Present

Lecturer of Leadership Studies

University of Plymouth

September 2013 - October 2015(2 years)

Lecturer

The Open University

November 2006 - November 2013(7 years)

Research and Lecturing

Bangor University

May 2006 - September 2013(7 years)