Sub-theme 01: (SWG) Beyond the Mainstream: Careers of Special Groups

Polly Parker, University of Queensland Business School, Australia
Wolfgang Mayrhofer, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Austria
Martin Gubler, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Switzerland
Session I: Thursday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, M1-17
Boxed-in vs. Boxed out Research
Chair: Polly Parker
Mats Alvesson and Jorgen Sandberg
Boxed-in and box-breaking research, career trajectory and research outcome
Nicole Casanova
What about employees' career trajectories? The impact of organizational changes on careers in an Italian multi-utility company
Session II: Thursday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, M1-17
Career Identity
Chair: Tim Hall
Alice Lam
Careers, identities and knowledge brokering: Creative artists in academic and practitioner communities
Christine Coupland
The game of (your) life: Professional rugby careers
Chad Murphy
Facing the void: Creating identity clarity in the absence of identity resources
Kate Blackmon and Susan Rudy
Personal versus professional identities in the careers of Women Rhodes Scholars, 1977–1982
Francesca Saraco
Work for yourself not by yourself: Evaluating the ambivalence of coworking as a response to precarity
Martina Gianecchini and Alberto Alvisi
Late career of superstar soccer players: Win, play, or gain?
Andrea Toarniczky and Kata Petrás
Gastronomy in binary: Career transition through experimentation with virtual identity Case of Hungarian gastrobloggers
Nathalie Louisgrand and Mark J. Smith
Gastronomic adventurers: Perceptions of early-career international assignments among young cooks and waiters in Haute Cuisine
Session III: Thursday, July 03, 16:00 to 17:30, M1-17
Creative Industries
Chair: Markus Latzke
Suntje Schmidt and Oliver Ibert
Once you are in you might need to get out: Adaptation and adaptability in volatile labor markets – The case of musical actors
Carolina Dalla Chiesa, Gabriela DeLuca and Neusa Cavedon
Paths of deviance: Biographical narratives of an artisan
Session IV: Friday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, M1-17
Gender and Non-traditional Careers
Chair: Joanne Duberley
Polly Parker, Janice Terrill and Miriam Yates
Career transitions of women in the Australian mining industry: A longitudinal study of technical professionals
Amanda Roan, Justine Clark and Gill Matthewson
Understanding women's under-representation in architectural careers: Re-thinking professional registration, occupational closure and marginalisation
Dulini Fernando, Laurie Cohen and Joanne Duberley
Getting on in engineering: An intersectional analysis of women's career accounts
Julia Gruhlich
Bounded carriers. Theoretical insights and empirical evidence on the influence of gender, society and organization on careers in transnational management
Session V: Friday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Non-traditional Careers I - Room: M1-17
Chair: Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Burak Koyuncu and Marcello Russo
Non-native accent and career advancement: How does a stigmatizing attribute create a self-fulfilling prophecy?
Marie-Rachel Jacob
Socially marginalized from the Paris periphery: Workplace integration as a career in France?
Koen Van Laer, Marijke Verbruggen and Maddy Janssens
Towards inclusive careers: Reimagining, rethinking and reshaping careers from the perspective of disadvantaged groups
Jean Pralong, Marie Peretti-Ndiaye and Renata Lobo
Careers and power legitimation in "soft bureaucracies": Lessons derived from the Corsican criminal organisations
Parallel Stream B: Non-traditional Careers II - Room: M2-06
Chair: Martin Gubler
Natasha Slutskaya, Jason Hughes and Ruth Simpson
Notions of progress: Career dynamics of men doing dirty, manual work
Emmanuelle Garbe and Loïc Cadin
Understanding humanitarian worker career changes through the concept of dominant career script
Evgenia I. Lysova, Konstantin Korotov, Svetlana Khapova and Paul G.W. Jansen
Managers in career transitions: The role of spouses in managers’ family-related sensemaking during career transitions
Claudia Groß and Axel Haunschild
Glossy and gloomy: Entrepreneurial careers in direct selling organizations
Parallel Stream C: Non-traditional Careers III - Room: M2-07
Chair: Polly Parker
Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey
Bicultural experience and career enhancing behaviour: A professional approach
Julian Randall and Stephen Procter
Losing a vocation but retaining the calling: The career choices of former Catholic priests and seminarians
Thomas Schneidhofer, Markus Latzke and Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Caring for others or just for oneself? An exploratory study of Diversity Managers' careers in Austria
Melanie Breit and Julia Brandl
The masterless samurai and other dramas – Organizational withdrawal upon repatriation from a storytelling perspective
Session VI: Saturday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, M1-17
Academic Careers
Chair: Svetlana Khapova
Hüseyin Leblebici and Young-Chul Jeong
The construction mechanisms of professional careers: An investigation of deans' professional careers in American law schools, 1894–2009
Giulio Marini
New career ladder patterns in Italian universities: Habilitation through indicators of performance, age and rankings of positions
Maria Gribling and Joanne Duberley
Carrots, sticks and scripts: Inter-organizational mobility in UK and French Business Schools
Session VII: Saturday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, M1-17
Novel Perspectives on Careers / Conclusion
Chair: Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Junchen Yan
The achievement career of Chinese business professionals working in Chinese subsidiaries of multinational corporations – Career expectation, reality, and conflict
Xiao Chen, Hugh Gunz and Zhe Chen
Culturally too tight to climb high? Social chronology and Chinese civil servant career
Douglas T. Hall, Lan Wang and Guorong Zhu
Misfit and shortcut: A sequence analysis of executive careers