Aylin Kunter is Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies in the department of Managment, Leadership and Organisations. Aylin has worked for BPP Business school as Lecturer and programme leader, Kings College London as guest lecturer and Queen Mary University as seminar tutor. Aylin completed her PhD from Queen Mary University of London in 2009, and her MA in Organisation Studies from Warwick Business School in 2003. Aylin has published various papers and book chapters on visual methods, discourse analysis and wellbeing at work. Aylin has also presented research at the Academy of Management conference, EGOS, IVSA, Ehtnography symposium and CMS.
Learning & Teaching Interests
Aylin is Module leader for HRM3013 The service encounter. She also contributes to teaching on HRM2003 Work, organisation and society and HRM1004 Management and organisations. Aylin is co-editor of the newsletter for the department of Managment, Leadership and Organisations, and she is the editor of 'The penguin' blog (www.thepenguin2017.wordpress.com)
Research Outputs & Interests
Aylin's research looks at Wellbeing at Work, visual methods, with an interest in ethnographic and visual research methodologies. Aylin also has an interest in spirituality and religion at work, and in discourse analysis. Aylin has published papers and book chapters in these areas. Aylin is currently developing an interdisciplinary research cluster around visual mthodologies at Middlesex University. Aylin has presented at various international conferences including EGOS, IVSA, AOM, CMS and WES. Aylin has reviewed for the journals Organsaiton studies, Family, work and community and has been a discussant for streams at the WES and EGOS conferences.