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Monografi

Johansson, J. (2017). ”Sweat is weakness leaving the body”: a study on the self-presentational practices of sporty top managers in Sweden. Doctoral Thesis. Stockholm University, Sweden

Peer-reviewed artiklar

Johansson, J., Tienari, J. and Valtonen, A. (2017) The body, identity and gender in managerial athleticism. Human Relations, 70(9): 1141‒1167. First published date: January-17-2017

Johansson, J., Asztalos Morell, I., & Lindell, E. (2020). Gendering the digitalized metal industry. Gender, Work & Organization, 27(6), 1321- 1345.

Ahonen, P., Blomberg, A., Doerr, K., Einola, K., Elkina, A., Gao, G., . . . Johansson, J., Zhang, L. (2020). Writing resistance together. Gender, Work and Organization, 27(4), 447-470.

Johansson, J., & Edwards, M. (2021). Exploring caring leadership through a feminist ethic of care: The case of a sporty CEO. Leadership, 17(3), 318– 335.

Johansson, J. Z., & Lindström Sol, S. (2021). Artistic Freedom or the Hamper of Equality? Exploring Ethical Dilemmas in the Use of Artistic Freedom in a Cultural Organization in Sweden. Journal of Business Ethics, 1- 15.

Cozza, M., Gherardi, S., Graziano, V., Johansson, J., Mondon‐Navazo, M., Murgia, A., & Trogal, K. (2021). COVID‐19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practices. Gender, Work & Organization, 28, 190-208.

Johansson, J., and Wickström, A., (2022). Constructing a ‘different’ strength: a feminist exploration of vulnerability, ethical agency and care. Journal of Business Ethics.

Peer-reviewed konferensbidrag 2016 - 2022

Johansson, J. (2016). Becoming an athleticist role model: a study on the emotional and somatic aspects of the identity construction of a sporty CEO. 32nd EGOS conference (subtheme 48: Theorising Power in, through and from Leadership Development), Naples, Italy

Johansson, J., Asztalos Morell. I., & Lindell, E. (2018). Gendering the digital revolution of metal industry. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, Sydney, Australia

Johansson, J. & Edward, M. (2018). Exploring practices of ethics of care in the meritocratic system in academic leadership positions. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, 2018, Sydney, Australia

Johansson, J., & Wickström, A. (2019) Exploring humanity in ‘otherness’: an analysis of individual initiatives in equality and diversity work in a Swedish performing arts touring company. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, 2020 (Kent Business School, UK) (postponed to 2021 on Zoom)

Johansson, J. & Linström Sol, S. (2021) Artistic freedom or the hamper of differences? Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS). Copenhagen Business School. 6-9 July 2020 (postponed to 2021 on ZOOM)

Johansson, J., Lindström, S., Wigren, C., & Vogal, A. (2022). Exploring performative strengths in collaborative, reflexive dialogues through care. AfterMethod Conference, Mälärdalen University, Västerås, Sweden

Johansson, J. & Risberg, A. (2022). Performing diversity and normalizing disability: an analysis of inclusion and exclusion of the ‘silent’ others. EGOS (Sub-theme 36: Invisible Inequalities in and around Organizations: Sources, Manifestations, and Consequences) conference, Vienna, Austria

Johansson, J. and Wickström, A. (2021) Exploring humanity in ‘otherness’: an analysis of individual initiatives in equality and diversity work in a Swedish performing arts touring company. Gender Work and Organization Conference Name, Kent Business School (digital).

Johansson, J. (2016). Becoming an athleticist role model: a study on the emotional and somatic aspects of the identity construction of a sporty CEO”. Conference of European Group for Organizational Studies, Naples, Italy.

Andra publikationer inklusive populärvetenskapliga böcker/presentationer

Johansson, J. (2018). [Review of the book Gender and Employment in Rural China, by Song, J.] Gender, Work and Organisation, 25:741–744

Johansson, J. (2017). Challenges and opportunities in digitalized work and management – Case Study 8. School of Business, Society and Engineering, Department of Economy, Society and Technique (EST). Västerås: Mälardalen University. ISBN: 978-91-7485-363-6

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