Abigail Powell
Abigail Powell
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Social Impact, UNSW Sydney
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
How women engineers do and undo gender: Consequences for gender equality
A Powell, B Bagilhole, A Dainty
Gender, work & organization 16 (4), 411-428, 2009
3272009
Non-standard work schedules, work-family balance and the gendered division of childcare
L Craig, A Powell
Work, Employment and Society 25 (2), 274-291, 2011
1142011
Towards intensive parenting? C hanges in the composition and determinants of mothers' and fathers' time with children 1992–2006
L Craig, A Powell, C Smyth
The British journal of sociology 65 (3), 555-579, 2014
872014
Self-employment, work-family time and the gender division of labour
L Craig, A Powell, N Cortis
Work, employment and society 26 (5), 716-734, 2012
812012
State of Australia's Young People: A Report on the Social, Economic, Health and Family Lives of Young People.
K Muir, K Mullan, A Powell, S Flaxman, D Thompson, M Griffiths
Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace …, 2009
772009
Gender stereotypes among women engineering and technology students in the UK: lessons from career choice narratives
A Powell, A Dainty, B Bagilhole
European Journal of Engineering Education 37 (6), 541-556, 2012
702012
The problem of women's assimilation into UK engineering cultures: can critical mass work?
A Powell, BM Bagilhole, ARJ Dainty
Equal Opportunities International 25 (8), 688-699, 2006
652006
Independent evaluation of headspace: the National Youth Mental Health Foundation: interim evaluation report
K Muir, S McDermott, S Gendera, S Flaxman, R Patulny, T Sitek, D Abello, ...
Sydney: Social Policy Reseach Centre UNSW, 2009
62*2009
Researching UK women professionals in SET: A critical review of current approaches
S Barnard, A Powell, B Bagilhole, A Dainty
International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 2 (3), 2010
532010
Does the engineering culture in UK higher education advance women’s careers?
A Powell, B Bagilhole, A Dainty, R Neale
Equal Opportunities International 23 (7/8), 21-38, 2004
532004
Everyday experiences of sexism in male-dominated professions: A Bourdieusian perspective
A Powell, KJC Sang
Sociology 49 (5), 919-936, 2015
442015
‘They don’t treat you like a virus’: youth‐friendly lessons from the Australian National Youth Mental Health Foundation
K Muir, A Powell, S McDermott
Health & social care in the community 20 (2), 181-189, 2012
442012
Researching Cultures in Science, Engineering and Technology: An analysis of current and past literature
B Bagilhole, A Powell, S Barnard, A Dainty
Social Sciences. Bradford, The UKRC, 2008
442008
Dual-earner parents’ work-family time: the effects of atypical work patterns and non-parental childcare
L Craig, A Powell
Journal of Population Research 29 (3), 229-247, 2012
372012
Equality, diversity, inclusion and work–life balance in construction
K Sang, A Powell
Human Resource Management in Construction, 187-220, 2013
302013
Non-parental childcare, time pressure and the gendered division of paid work, domestic work and parental childcare
L Craig, A Powell
Community, Work & Family 16 (1), 100-119, 2013
242013
Note: Exploring gender differences in construction research: a European perspective
A Powell, TM Hassan, ARJ Dainty, C Carter
Construction Management and Economics 27 (9), 803-807, 2009
242009
Designing robust and revisable policies for gender equality: lessons from the Australian construction industry
N Galea, A Powell, M Loosemore, L Chappell
Construction management and economics 33 (5-6), 375-389, 2015
232015
A poisoned chalice? Why UK women engineering and technology students may receive more ‘help’than their male peers
A Powell, A Dainty, B Bagilhole
Gender and Education 23 (5), 585-599, 2011
232011
Australian charities report 2015
N Cortis, A Young, A Powell, R Reeve, R Simnett, KA Ho, I Ramia
Centre for Social Impact,[University of New South Wales Sydney], 2016
202016
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