International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion
- Editor in Chief
- Prof. Mosad Zineldin
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
- CiteScore 1.0 (2021)
The role of emotion, and its relationship to the body and aesthetics, has emerged as a significant area of research in the field of management and organisational analysis. IJWOE is unique in that it seeks to draw together different perspectives on the roles that emotion, embodiment and aesthetics increasingly play within the contemporary organisation and beyond. In doing so, it aims to shape and define emerging debates around these issues within both the academic and practitioner communities.
Topics covered include
- Emotional labour and emotion work
- Emotional intelligence
- Emotion and social organisation
- Emotional and embodied nature of research
- Play and pleasure at work and beyond
- Organisational corporeality
- Body work
- Aesthetic labour
- Political economy of emotions at work and society at large
- Changing nature of work and organisation
- Commodification and exploitation
- Gender and sexuality
- Control and resistance
- Organisational, cultural, economic inequality
The aim of IJWOE is to act as a focal point for the dissemination of theoretical and empirical developments in the area of emotion, embodiment and related organisational and socio-cultural phenomena. It seeks contributions from diverse disciplinary fields including management and organisational analysis, gender studies, sociology, psychology, political economy, and more practitioner-orientated traditions such as human resource management and occupational health amongst others. It welcomes research from a range of methodological perspectives and aims to communicate with both academics and practitioners in the field. As an international journal, it also aims to explore how emotional and embodied processes are experienced, managed, controlled and resisted across a range of national and cultural contexts.
IJWOE will be of interest to academics, researchers, practitioners and policy makers and all those with an interest in the emotional, embodied, aesthetic and political dimensions of work, organisation and society.
IJWOE includes original academic papers and book reviews. There will be occasional special reviews devoted to important topics and themes in the area as well as guest editions. Shorter research notes and dialogue pieces are also welcomed.
IJWOE is indexed in:
- Scopus (Elsevier)
- Academic OneFile (Gale)
- cnpLINKer (CNPIEC)
- Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale)
- OneFile Business (Gale)
- General OneFile (Gale)
- Google Scholar
- Info Trac (Gale)
- ProQuest Advanced Technologies Database with Aerospace
IJWOE is listed in:
- National Agency for Evaluation of the University and Research System (ANVUR)
- Australian Business Deans Council Journal Rankings List
Editor in Chief
- Zineldin, Mosad, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Book Review Editor
- Lee-Treweek, Geraldine, Birmingham City University, UK
Editorial Board Members
- Altman, Yochanan, Middlesex University, UK
- Ashkanasy, Neal, The University of Queensland, Australia
- Banerjee, Bobby, University of Western Sydney, Australia
- Bolton, Sharon, University of Stirling, UK
- Brewis, Joanna, University of Leicester, UK
- Briner, Rob, University of Bath, UK
- Brooks, Ann, Australian Catholic University, Australia
- Brundin, Ethel, Jönköping University, Sweden
- Colgan, Fiona, Birkbeck University of London, UK
- Cornelius, Nelarine, Bradford University, UK
- Cutcher, Leanne, University of Sydney, Australia
- Dean, Deborah, University of Warwick, UK
- Dicke, Willemijn, TU Delft, Netherlands
- Fineman, Steve, University of Bath, UK
- Härtel, Charmine E. J., University of Queensland, Australia
- Hochschild, Arlie Russell, University of California at Berkeley, USA
- James, Nicky, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
- Kagan, Carolyn, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
- Kiefer, Tina, University of Warwick, UK
- Knights, David, University of Keele, UK
- Lewis, Patricia, University of Kent, UK
- Llewellyn, Nick, University of Warwick, UK
- Loewenthal, Del, Roehampton University, UK
- McColl-Kennedy, Janet R., University of Queensland, Australia
- Mills, Albert, St Mary's University, Canada
- Ordóñez de Pablos, Patricia, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
- Pettinger, Lynne, Warwick University, UK
- Shrivastava, Paul, Bucknell University, USA
- Simpson, Ruth, Brunel University, UK
- Smith, Pam, University of Surrey, UK
- Smith, Stephen, Brunel University, UK
- Sparks, Beverley, Griffith University, Australia
- Stjernberg, Torbjörn, Handelshögskolan Vid Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden
- Sturdy, Andrew, University of Bristol, UK
- Van Iterson, Ad, Maastricht University, Netherlands
- Ward, Jenna, University of York, UK
- Warren, Samantha, University of Surrey, UK
- Westwood, Robert, University of Queensland, Australia
- Wolfram-Cox, Julie, Deakin University, Australia
- Wolkowitz, Carol, University of Warwick, UK
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14 November, 2022
Well-being and mental health issues have been high on the agenda for many people during the COVID-19 pandemic. One particular aspect where problems have been seen to arise is among people obliged to work from home where the normal day-to-day interactions of the workplace were suddenly withdrawn from their lives. A team from Brunei has looked at well-being theory in this context and discusses their findings in the International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion. Muhamad Azuwan Juna, Muhammad Anshari, Norainie Ahmad, and Mahani Hamdan of the Universiti Brunei Darussalam explain how well-being theory considers five variables involved in a person flourishing or otherwise: positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment. Taken as a whole these variables are often abbreviated as the trademarked term PERMA. The term comes from the writings of psychologist and self-help author Martin Seligman (b. 1942) [...]More details...