Demh Alghamdi

Postgraduate Researcher

Postgraduate Researchers, Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC), Work and Employment Relations
Sharing knowledge, Gender Inequality, Intersectionality, Gender Discrimination Female in Higher Education, Oppression against women.


MA International Business Management

BA (hons) Business and Administration Management


Thesis Title

Women Second Voice in Saudi Arabia: Towards an intersectional perspective in understanding gender Inequality at higher education in Saudi Arabia.


Professor Gabriella Alberti

Professor Jennifer Tomlinson

Professor Vera Trappmann

Thesis summary/synopsis

This research highlights the importance of sharing knowledge and collaboration amongst workers in organisations in order to effectively rival in the contemporary highly competitive environment. However, religious driven societies such Saudi Arabian society where the policies and regulations are derived by its Islamic believes, knowledge sharing would pose a major challenge (Alghamdi, 2015). As these polices might be converted by the name of culture to create norms and behaviours which empower men over women in relating to the leading position and authorities in the higher education system.

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