Sarah Stahlke, PhD

Associate Lecturer, Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management
Casual Academic Hourly, Faculty of Arts - Sociology Dept

Contact

Associate Lecturer, Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management
Email
swall@ualberta.ca

Casual Academic Hourly, Faculty of Arts - Sociology Dept
Email
swall@ualberta.ca

Overview

About

Degrees

  • PhD (Sociology), University of Alberta, 2011
  • Master of Health Services Administration, University of Alberta, 1997
  • BScN, University of Alberta, 1986



Research

Research interests:

Professional knowledge, marginalized knowledge, epistemic injustice

Professional regulation

Critical management studies - change, organizational ethics

Entrepreneurship, institutional entrepreneurship, professional role innovation

Gender and work

Interdisciplinarity - sociology and nursing


Courses

SMO 405 - Gender Issues in Organizations

This course examines the ways in which gender, personal characteristics and organizational practices interact in influencing women's and men's experiences in work settings. Among the issues discussed are gender differences in career motivation and commitment, leadership skills and ability, and conflicts between professional and personal responsibilities. Prerequisite: SMO 201, 301 or 310. Open to third- and fourth-year students.

Fall Term 2020
SOC 363 - Sociology of Work and Industry

Sociological analysis of the changing nature and content of work, its diversity of industrial contexts and organizational forms, and its consequences for individuals and society, from Canadian and comparative perspectives. Prerequisite: SOC 100. Not open to students with credit in SOC 366.

Winter Term 2021

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