Acker, J. (2006). Inequality Regimes: Gender, Class, and Race in Organizations. Gender & amp; Society 2006; 20; 441 doi: 10.1177/0891243206289499.
The author writes from a feminist point of view about gender, class and race in organizations. She exposes the systematic inconsistencies among the participants in power of the work organization. In one’s opinion using the idea of inequality regimes will help on the final project identifying the current process and regulations in place that are promoting inequality among the workers in workplace.
Acker, J. (2000).Revisiting Class: Thinking from Gender, Race, and Organizations. Soc Pol (2000) 7 (2): 192-214.
This article is a reliable and current source. The author considers class, race and gender as active practices in constant process. The author uses class to identify and challenge inequalities within organizations. Using a feminist insight she describes different inequalities maintained and produced by the organization. Her data covers a wide range of approaches to information on these trends.
Holvino, E. (2010). Intersections: The Simultaneity of Race, Gender and Class in Organization Studies. Gender, Work & Organization, 17(3), 248-277. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2008.00400.x The author identifies the weakness of the intersections race, gender and class used in feminist studies. This study is different because presents true accounts of women of different race, class and ethnicity in work organizations. The facts supporting the intersection class as significant dimension that exposes unequal power among women are reliable. This study uses several frameworks in order reach the reconceptualization of gender class and race as concurrent progression of identity.
Holvino, E. (2001). Complicating Gender: The Simultaneity of Race, Gender, and Class in Organization Change(ing)"Gender,...