In this podcast, Hanna Szabó (she/her) and Shannon O’Rourke (she/her) discuss how authenticity features in their PhD research. While Hanna and Shannon are researching different social worlds of LGBTQ people, both of their work engages with questions around what it means to show up as your “full self” in a number of different contexts. Drawing upon findings from their qualitative projects, as well as their own perspectives, Hanna and Shannon speaking about the meaning of authenticity and expectations of LGBTQ people- online, in the workplace, and in leadership.
Listen now to hear the full conversation and stay tuned for Part 2!
Acting out gender identity — Self-portrayal in digital media (Germany)