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Wright T(2019). The gendered impacts of technological change for public transport workers in the Global South. Research in Transportation Business & Management Article 100384, 100384-100384.
10.1016/j.rtbm.2019.100384
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/62918
HEALY GM, TATLI A, IPEK G, OZTURK M, SEIERSTAD C, WRIGHT T(2018). In the steps of Joan Acker: A journey in researching inequality regimes and intersectional inequalities. Gender Work and Organizations
10.1111/gwao.12252
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/39085
WRIGHT TEJ, CONLEY H(2018). Advancing gender equality in the construction sector through public procurement: making effective use of responsive regulation. Economic and Industrial Democracy
10.1177/0143831X17745979
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/36086
Wright T(2016). Gender and Sexuality in Male-Dominated Occupations Women Working in Construction and Transport. Springer
WRIGHT TEJ(2015). Women’s experience of workplace interactions in male-dominated work: the intersections of gender, sexuality and occupational group. Gender, Work and Organization
WRIGHT TEJ(2015). Can ‘social value’ requirements on public authorities be used in procurement to increase women’s participation in the UK construction industry?. Public Money and Management vol. 35, (2)
10.1080/09540962.2015.1007708
WRIGHT TEJ (2014). The Women into Construction Project: an assessment of a model for increasing women’s participation in construction. Centre for Research in Equality and Diversity, Queen Mary University of London Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable ,
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Wright T(2014). Gender, sexuality and male-dominated work: the intersection of long-hours working and domestic life. Work, Employment and Society vol. 28, (6) 985-1002.
10.1177/0950017013512713
Wright T(2013). Uncovering sexuality and gender: An intersectional examination of women's experience in UK construction. Construction Management and Economics
WRIGHT TEJ, Moore S(2012). Shifting Models of Equality? Union Equality Reps in the public services. Industrial Relations Journal vol. 43, (5) 433-447.
10.1111/j.1468-2338.2012.00674.x
Wright T(2012). Gender Inequalities in the 21st Century: New Barriers and Continuing Constraints. WORK EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIETY vol. 26, (2) 364-365.
10.1177/0950017011432911
Colgan F, Wright T(2011). Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Equality in a Modernising Public Sector 1997-2010: Opportunities and Threats. Gender, Work & Organization vol. 18, (5) 548-570.
10.1111/j.1468-0432.2011.00558.x
WRIGHT TEJ(2011). A “lesbian advantage?”: Analysing the intersections of gender, sexuality and class in male-dominated work. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal vol. 30, (8) 686-701.
10.1108/02610151111183207
CONLEY HM, Wright T, Moore S(2011). Addressing Discrimination in the Workplace on Multiple Grounds – the experience of trade union equality representatives'. Industrial Law Journal vol. 40, (4) 460-465.
10.1093/indlaw/dwr025
WRIGHT TEJ(2011). Exploring the intersections of gender, sexuality and class in the transport and construction industries. Equality, Inequalities and Diversity: Contemporary Challenges and Strategies, Editors: Healy, G, Kirton, G, Noon, M, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
WRIGHT TEJ, Conley H(2011). Gower Handbook of Discrimination at Work. Gower Publishing (Farnham),
WRIGHT TEJ(2011). Tackling Gender Segregation in the UK Transport and Construction Sectors: Recent Initiatives and Procurement Strategies. Gower Handbook of Discrimination at Work, Editors: Wright, T, Conley, H, Gower Publishing (Farnham),
Moore S, Wright T (2010). PCS Equality Representatives’ Training, Development & Support Programme. Working Lives Research Institute (WLRI) (London),
Colgan F, Wright T, Creegan C, McKearney A(2009). Equality and diversity in the public services: moving forward on lesbian, gay and bisexual equality?. Human Resource Management Journal vol. 19, (3) 280-301.
10.1111/j.1748-8583.2009.00098.x
McKay S, Wright T(2008). Tightening immigration policies and labour market impacts. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research vol. 14, (4) 653-664.
10.1177/102425890801400410
WRIGHT TEJ, McKay S(2008). Legal Frameworks Regulating the Employment of Refugees and Recent Migrants. Refugees, Recent Migrants and Employment: Challenging Barriers and Exploring Pathways, Editors: McKay, S, Routledge (Abingdon),
WRIGHT TEJ(2008). Lesbian Firefighters: Shifting the Boundaries Between "Masculinity" and "Femininity". Journal of Lesbian Studies vol. 12, (1) 103-114.
10.1300/10894160802174375
Colgan F, Creegan C, McKearney A, Wright T(2008). Lesbian workers: Personal strategies amid changing organisational responses to “sexual minorities” in UK workplaces’. Journal of Lesbian Studies vol. 12, (1) 31-45.
10.1300/10894160802174284
Colgan F, Creegan C, McKearney A, Wright T(2007). Equality and diversity policies and practices at work: lesbian, gay and bisexual workers. Equal Opportunities International vol. 26, (6) 590-609.
10.1108/02610150710777060
WRIGHT TEJ(2007). The problems and experiences of ethnic minority and migrant workers in hotels and restaurants in England. Just Labour: A Canadian Journal of Work and Society vol. 10, 74-84.
Colgan F, Creegan C, McKearney A (2006). Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Workers: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace. Comparative Organisation and Equality Research Centre (COERC) (London), report no. volume 25, issue 6,
10.1108/02610150610713782
WRIGHT TEJ, Colgan F, Creegan C, McKearney A(2006). Lesbian, gay and bisexual workers: equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Equal Opportunities International vol. 25, (6) 465-470.
10.1108/02610150610713782
Wright T, Pollert A (2006). The Experience of Ethnic Minority Workers in the Hotel and Catering Industry: Routes to Support and Advice on Workplace Problems. ACAS (London), report no. 03/06,
WRIGHT T(2005). Inside the Workplace: First Findings from the 2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey. Industrial Relations Journal vol. 34, (4) 349-352.
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