Glass ceiling, Gender studies, Position, Clinical psychology and Public relations are her primary areas of study. Her Gender studies study incorporates themes from Social change, Social research and Harassment. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Hospital doctor and Psychiatry.
The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Promotion, Skills management and Social psychology. Her Promotion study combines topics in areas such as Occupational stress and Career development. Her Management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social support and Social constructionism.
Marilyn J. Davidson spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Career development, Economic growth and Gender studies. In general Social psychology, her work in Social support and Harassment is often linked to Stress linking many areas of study. Her Public relations research incorporates elements of Glass ceiling, Human resource management and Position.
Her Career development research integrates issues from Nursing, Management, Promotion and Mental health. Her work in Economic growth addresses subjects such as Entrepreneurship, which are connected to disciplines such as International business and Lesbian. Her study in the fields of Race under the domain of Gender studies overlaps with other disciplines such as Ethnic group, China and Affirmative action.
Marilyn J. Davidson mainly investigates Social psychology, Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, Ethnic group and International business. Her research on Social psychology focuses in particular on Harassment. Among her Ethnic group studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Instrumental support, North west, Qualitative property, Social support and Gender studies.
The concepts of her Stressor study are interwoven with issues in Scale, Family medicine, Control, Personality and Occupational stress. Her study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrial and organizational psychology and Diversity. Her Mental health research includes elements of Coaching, Promotion and Career development.
Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Gender studies, Harassment, Ethnic group and Crozier. Her research combines Psychological intervention and Social psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Small business, Instrumental support and Social support as well as Gender studies.
Her studies deal with areas such as Intervention, Situational ethics, Workplace bullying and Best practice as well as Harassment. Combining a variety of fields, including Ethnic group, Job loss, In depth interviews, Social environment, Power and Women of color, are what the author presents in her essays. Crozier is intertwined with Part iii and China in her research.
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Shattering the Glass Ceiling: The Woman Manager
Marilyn J. Davidson;Cary L. Cooper.
Women in Management: Current Research Issues Volume II
Ronald Burke;Marilyn Davidson.
Women in management : current research issues
Marilyn Davidson;Ronald J. Burke.
Women in Management
Marilyn Davidson;Ronald J Burke.
Occupational stress, job satisfaction and health state in male and female junior hospital doctors in Greece
Alexandros‐Stamatios G. Antoniou;Marilyn J. Davidson;Cary L. Cooper.
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2003)
Stress and the Woman Manager
S L. Fielden;M J. Davidson.
Women in construction: The untapped resource
Sandra L. Fielden;Marilyn J. Davidson;Andrew W. Gale;Caroline L. Davey.
Construction Management and Economics (2000)
THINK MANAGER, THINK MALE
Virginia E. Schein;Marilyn J. Davidson.
Management Development Review (1993)
Factors inhibiting the economic growth of female owned small businesses in North West England
Sandra L. Fielden;Marilyn J. Davidson;Adel J. Dawe;Peter J. Makin.
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (2003)
Women in management: a comparative cross‐cultural overview
Azura Omar;Marilyn J. Davidson.
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal (2001)
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