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  • The diva storyline: an alternative social construction of female entrepreneurship. 

    Smith, Robert (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/17566260910969698, 2009)
    SMITH, R., 2009. The Diva storyline: an alternative social construction of female entrepreneurship. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 1 (2), pp. 148-163.
    Purpose: Many ‘Divas’ despite possessing destructive character traits ironically become successful entrepreneurs thus illustrating an alternative ‘storied’ social construction of entrepreneurship. This influences how ...
  • Masculinity, doxa and institutionalisation of entrepreneurial identity in the novel Cityboy. 

    Smith, Robert (Emerald Group Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/17566261011026538, 2010)
    SMITH, R., 2010. Masculinity, doxa and institutionalisation of entrepreneurial identity in the novel Cityboy. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2 (1), pp. 27-48.
    Purpose – As a result of a plethora of scholarly articles by feminist scholars of entrepreneurship, it is now widely accepted that the notion of entrepreneurship is ideologically skewed towards masculine ideology. Although ...
  • Rescripting criminal identity: a ‘close reading’ of contemporary biographies of British criminals as entrepreneurship discourse. 

    Smith, Robert (Emerald Group Publishing Limited. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEC-09-2012-0051, 2013)
    SMITH, R., 2013. Rescripting criminal identity: a ‘close reading’ of contemporary biographies of British criminals as entrepreneurship discourse. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 7 (4), pp. 316-339
    Purpose – This research paper aims to examine how organized criminals rescript their identities to engage with entrepreneurship discourse when authoring their biographies. From a sociological perspective, stereotypes and ...