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  • O'Connor, Pat; O'Hagan, Clare (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
    This article is concerned with the macro-cultural ideal or institutional myth of excellence as defined and used in the evaluation of academic staff as part of an institutional logic. Such logics ‘prescribe what constitutes ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; O'Hagan, Clare; Gray, Breda (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    This article describes a typological framework with axes relating to career and (non-work) relationship commitment to show how a specific cohort of women enact femininity(ies) in the context of the institutionalised practices ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare; O'Connor, Pat; Veronesi, Liria; Mich, Ornella; Sağlamer, Gulsun; Tan, Mine G.; Çağlayan, Hülya (EU, 2015)
    Executive Summary: The purpose of this action-research project is to effect structural and cultural change in higher level education and research institutes, and particularly in their decision-making bodies and processes ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare (Edwin Mellen Press, 2006)
    This chapter examines the situation of lone parents in contemporay Ireland, in particular the workings of ideologies of motherhood and the family through different sites, contexts and institutions in order to determine the ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare (University of Limerick, 2010)
    This thesis explores the inequalities and privileges women experience by combining motherhood with paid employment. Examining the experiences of thirty ‘working mothers’ through an intersectional1 lens, this thesis reveals ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; Martin, Patricia Y.; Carvalho, Teresa; O'Hagan, Clare; Veronesi, Liria; Mich, Ornella; Sağlamer, Gulsun; Tan, Mine G.; Çağlayan, Hülya (SAGE Publications, 2019)
    Using the concept of stealth power and a critical realist perspective, this article identifies leadership practices that obscure the centralisation of power, drawing on data from interviews with 25 academic decision-makers ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; O'Hagan, Clare; Myers, Sophia Eva; Baisner, Liv; Apostolov, Georgi; Topuzova, Irina; Sağlamer, Gulsun; Rilski, Neofit (Taylor and Francis, 2019)
    This article is concerned with the source of men’s invisible advantage in the male dominated disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It is suggested that this advantage has been obscured by ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; Montez López, Estrella; O'Hagan, Clare; Wolffram, Andrea; Aye, Manuela; Chizzola, Valentina; Mich, Ornella; Apostolov, Georgi; Topuzova, Irina; Sağlamer, Gulsun; Tan, Mine G.; Çağlayan, Hülya (Taylor and Francis, 2017)
    Excellence has become a ‘hoorah’ word which is widely used in higher education institutions to legitimate practices related to the recruitment/progression of staff. It can be seen as reflecting an institutionalised belief ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare; O'Connor, Pat; Myers, Sophia Eva; Baisner, Liv; Apostolov, Georgi; Topuzova, Irina; Sağlamer, Gulsun; Çağlayan, Hülya (Taylor and Francis, 2019)
    Academic capitalism is an outcome of the interplay between neoliberalism, globalisation, markets and universities. Universities have embraced the commercialisation of knowledge, technology transfer and research funding ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare (Journal of Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, 2012)
    Childcare is central to women’s ability to participate in paid work. This article explores the increasing demand for childcare and women’s ability to source and retain childcare in the context of the Irish State’s ...
  • O'Hagan, Clare (Manchester University Press, 2012)
    Childcare is central to women’s ability to participate in paid work. Drawing on empirical research conducted with middle class ‘working mothers’1 in an Irish suburb2, this article examines these women’s childcare arrangements ...

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