Martina Topić

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Topić, M. “Two Englands? Blokishness, Masculine Habitus and the North-South Divide in the Advertising Industry”. Gender in Management: An International Journal (2020). Retrieved from: https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/GM-12-2019-0263/full/html

Topić, M. “‘It’s Something that you Should go to HR About’ – Banter, Social Interactions and Career Barriers for Women in the Advertising Industry in England”. Employee Relations (2020a). Retrieved from: https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/ER-03-2020-0126/full/html

Topić, M. Women in Public Relations in England. EUPRERA report Vol. 2, No.1. Leeds and Brussels: Creative Media and Communications Research Ltd & EUPRERA, 2020b.

Topić, M. & C. Bruegmann. Women Journalists in the UK Press: The Key Findings from a Qualitative Study. Leeds: Leeds Business School, 2020. Retrieved from: http://eprints.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/id/eprint/6436/1/WomenJournalistsInTheUKPressPV-TOPIC.pdf

Topić, M., M. J. Cunha, A. Reigstad, A. Jelen Sanchez, & Á. Moreno. “Women in Public Relations (1982–2019)”. Journal of Communication Management 24, 4 (2020): 391–407. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCOM-11-2019-0143

Topić, M., M. J. Cunha, A. Reigstad, A. Jelen-Sanchez, A. Diers Lawson, M. Polić, A. Moreno, B. Zurbano Berenguer, B. Damian-Gaillard, P. Sanz, C. Fuentes Lara, N. Cesarec Salopek, E. Saitta, C. Cruz, N. Simeunović Bajić, H. Vandenberghe, L. Bibilashvili, & N. Kaladze. Women in Public Relations – A Literature review (1982–2019). EUPRERA Report Vol. 1, No. 1. Leeds and Brussels: Creative Media and Communications Research Ltd. & EUPRERA, 2019.

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