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Dr Geetha Karunanayake

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Geetha Karunanayake

Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management/ Programme Director, BA Business and Management (Part-Time)

Biography Dr Geetha P Karunanayake joined the University of Hull as a full time academic in September 2012.

She teaches a wide range of modules in organisational behaviour and HRM to undergraduates and postgraduates, in addition to supervising research students.

Geetha has 12 years of higher education teaching experience at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.She was a part time tutor in Hull University Business School while completing her PhD in Management, Identity as Discursive Practice: Historical, Social-Cultural and Political Interactions in Understanding Workers' Identities in Tea Plantations in Sri Lanka.
Research Interests Geetha’s research interests lies in identity scholarship, leadership and cross cultural issues in management. She is particularly interested in critical management practices and incorporates sociology into organizational research in exploring how social realities are constructed in work places through social interactions and discourses. She would like to remain active in promoting social constructionist perspectives, ethnography and in encouraging researchers to become reflexive in the research process.
Scopus Author ID 55759249400