`Mobilizing Masculinities': Women's Experiences of Men at

  title={`Mobilizing Masculinities': Women's Experiences of Men at},
  author={Patricia . Yancey Martin},
  pages={587 - 618}
To understand gender relations in organizations, I use feminist standpoint theory and critical scholarship on men and masculinities to guide an analysis of accounts from six women about their experiences with/interpretations of men at work. Restricting these accounts to those in which women perceived men as not intending harm to themselves or other women, I conclude that men routinely act in concert to `mobilize masculinities' at work, that men routinely conflate masculinities and work dynamics… 
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