Sidsel Lond Grosen
  • Universitetsvej 1, 03.1-W

    DK-4000 Roskilde


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Personal profile


Academic Positions

2005-2008       Ph.D.-student at Department of Environment, Social and Spatial Change, Roskilde University

                        Subject: Gender/ICT-relations in daily administrative work                      

2002-2005       Teaching Assistant at Social Science Basic Education, Roskilde University

Tasks: Supervision of student projects and teaching courses on e.g. Method in Social Sciences; Organization; Gender and work-life; Network governance; Interview method; Welfare state and social problems     




2007                Lund, Andersen, Grosen and Kold: Indledning (Introduction)in Tidsskrift for Arbejdsliv (journal of work-life studies), special issue on Work and Family life, Årg. 9, nr. 1, Feb. 2007.

2003               Grosen and Knudsen:"Men det er da noget kvinder gør" - relationer mellem arbejdsliv, familieliv og køn ("But that's something women do" - relations between work, family and gender) in Tidsskrift for Arbejdsliv (journal of work-life studies), Årg. 7, nr. 4, Dec.2005, special issue on Work and Gender. Reviewed.

2005                Review of Work-Life Balance in the 21st Century (2005), anthology edited by Diane M. Houston, til Tidsskrift for Arbejdsliv Tidsskrift for Arbejdsliv (journal of work-life studies), Årg. 5, nr. 4, dec. 2003)


Conference Papers and Presentations


2007                Paper & Presentation at Gender, Work & Organisation Conference, Keele, June 27-29. Grosen & Holt: Valuable Knowledge? Gender and ICT in the Banking Sector in Denmark

2007                Paper & Presentation at Christina Conference & European Gender & ICT Symposium, Helsinki, March 8-10. Grosen: Gendering Analyses of ICT-use in a Work Setting 

2004                Presentation at the Conference: Gender Perspectives in Organisations - Impact and Life Choices, Roskilde, January 14. Grosen & Knudsen: "But that's something women do" - relations between work, family and gender.





  • Labour market
  • Working conditions
  • Working life
  • Gender division of labour
  • Gender in the labour market
  • Psychological work environment

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