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2010Class and career choice: motivations, aspirations, identity and mobility for women in paid caring workHuppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - ResearchClass and career choice: motivations, aspirations, identity and mobility for women in paid caring work, Journal of Sociology, vol.46, 2,pp 115-132
2008Feminism as Capital: gender, class and mobility for women in paid care workHuppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - ResearchFeminism as Capital: gender, class and mobility for women in paid care work, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, vol.3, 5, 2008,pp 121-126
2010The good mother in theory and research: an overviewGoodwin, Susan; Huppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - Research; Education and Social Work - ResearchThe good mother in theory and research: an overview in The Good Mother: Contemporary Motherhoods in Australia, Sydney University Press, 2010, pp. 1-24
2006The interaction of gender and class in nursing: Appropriating Bourdieu and adding ButlerHuppatz, Kate; Education Faculty AdminThe interaction of gender and class in nursing: Appropriating Bourdieu and adding Butler, Health Sociology Review, vol.15,(2),2006,pp 124-131
2013Masculinised jobs, feminised jobs and men's 'gender capital' experiences: Understanding occupational segregation in AustraliaGoodwin, Susan; Huppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - ResearchMasculinised jobs, feminised jobs and men's 'gender capital' experiences: Understanding occupational segregation in Australia, Journal of Sociology, vol.49, 2-3, 2013,pp 291-308
2010Mothers making class distinctions: the aesthetics of maternityGoodwin, Susan; Huppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - Research; Education and Social Work - ResearchMothers making class distinctions: the aesthetics of maternity in The Good Mother: Contemporary Motherhoods in Australia, Sydney University Press, 2010, pp. 69-88
2010Respectability and the Paid Caring Occupations: An Empirical Investigation of Normality, Morality, Impression Management, Esteem in Nursing and Social WorkHuppatz, Kate; Education and Social Work - ResearchRespectability and the Paid Caring Occupations: An Empirical Investigation of Normality, Morality, Impression Management, Esteem in Nursing and Social Work, Health Sociology Review, vol.19, 1,pp 73-85
2009Reworking Bourdieu's 'Capital': Feminine and Female Capitals in the Field of Paid Caring WorkHuppatz, Kate; Education Faculty AdminReworking Bourdieu's 'Capital': Feminine and Female Capitals in the Field of Paid Caring Work, Sociology, vol.43,(1),2009,pp 45-66