Education, Skills and Learning

Is the idea of the 'resilient woman' problematic for women today?

The representation of women in the workplace in films may not be entirely accurate, and could be harmful. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Shani Orgad

Associate professor, LSE

Rosalind Gill

Professor of social and cultural analysis/professorial fellow, City, University of London/University of Newcastle

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