Published Articles & Books

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2015). Immigrant professionals, microaggressions, and critical sensemaking. Management Communication Quarterly, 29,  257-275.

Shenoy-Packer, S., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2013). Meanings of work among Hindu Indian women: Contextualizing meaningfulness and materialities of work through dharma and karma. Journal of Communication and Religion, 36, 149-176.

Shenoy-Packer, S., & Myers, K. K. (2013). Challenges to organizational assimilation: Experiences of White women and people of color in the U.S. workforce. Journal of Organizational Diversity, 12, 2, 1-15.

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2013). Her holiness – The purohitas of Pune, India: Female Hindu priests as embodied, emotional spiritual, and aesthetic (performative) laborers. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 6, 183-202.

Shenoy, S. (2012). A serendipitous religious (non)career: Female Hindu priests navigate a non-traditional occupation. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society, 2, 125-136.

Shenoy, S. (2012). (Re)Defining globalization from the perspectives of middle-class Indian working women. Iowa Journal of Communication, 44, 159-179.

Shenoy, S. (2012). The ‘good-girl’ value construct: Asian Indian immigrant women in the U.S. and contested spaces. Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies, 1, 98-112. doi:10.4471/generos.2012.06

Lair, D. J., Shenoy, S., McClellan, J., & McGuire, T. (2008). The politics of meaning(ful) work: Navigating the tensions of narcissism and condescension while finding meaning in work. Management Communication Quarterly, 22, 172-180.

BOOKS

Shenoy-Packer, S., & Gabor, E. (Editors) (2016). Immigrant workers and meanings of work: Communicating career and life transitions. Peter Lang.

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2014) Indian working women and career discourses: Society, socialization, and agency. Lexington Books.

Baldwin, J. R., Means Coleman, R. R., González, A., & Shenoy-Packer, S. (2014). Intercultural communication for everyday life. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

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