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My research is concerned with gender, work, parenting, and organisations. Specifically, I am investigating men's use and non-use of flexible working arrangements, and the impact of organisational culture and broader cultural influences on their decisions and negotiation of identity in relation to FWA.
I have previously researched in the areas of criminology and health psychology, and their intersections with gender.
Date Position Institution name 2014 - ongoing PhD Candidate University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2015 Scholarship Ian Wilson Liberal Scholarship - - - 2014 Scholarship Faculty of Health Sciences Divisional Scholarship University of Adelaide - -
Date Institution name Country Title 2012 - 2012 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Health Sciences (Psychology Honours) 2005 - 2008 Flinders University Australia Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours)
Year Citation 2021 Borgkvist, A., Moore, V., Crabb, S., & Eliott, J. (2021). Critical considerations of workplace flexibility “for all” and gendered outcomes: Men being flexible about their flexibility. Gender, Work and Organization, 28(6), 2076-2090.
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2020 Borgkvist, A., Eliott, J., Crabb, S., & Moore, V. (2020). “Unfortunately I’m a Massively Heavy Sleeper”: An Analysis of Fathers’ Constructions of Parenting. Men and Masculinities, 23(3-4), 680-701.
DOI Scopus7 WoS5
2020 Borgkvist, A. (2020). The new politics of fatherhood: Men's movements and masculinities. FEMINISM & PSYCHOLOGY, 31(4), 5 pages.
2018 Borgkvist, A., Moore, V., Eliott, J., & Crabb, S. (2018). ‘I might be a bit of a front runner’: an analysis of men's uptake of flexible work arrangements and masculine identity. Gender, Work and Organization, 25(6), 703-717.
DOI Scopus27 WoS22
Year Citation 2022 Borgkvist, A. (2022). ‘It Would Be Silly to Stop Now and Go Part-Time’: Fathers and Flexible Working Arrangements in Australia. In Contributions to Management Science (pp. 231-243). Springer International Publishing.
Received a bursary to attend the British Psychological Society Work, Employment and Society Conference in Leeds, UK, September 2016.
I have tutored first year Public Health topics Public Health 1A and Public Health 1B.
In Semester 2 2016 I marked for the new topic Environmental Health.
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