Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work: A Research Companion

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Mustafa »zbilgin
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 444 pages
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work is certainly a recommended read for EDI scholars interested in both established and novel perspectives on the field. . . Practitioners, whether directly involved with diversity management or not, can also use this
 

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Contents

yesterday today and tomorrow
1
PART I Scholars scholarship and inequality
15
1 Effects of the experience of inequality exclusion and discrimination on scholarship
17
reproducing gender inequity in academia
27
researching worklife balance for women university staff in the UK and Japan
41
4 The unwanted body of man or why is it so difficult for women to make it in academe? A feminist psychoanalytic approach
57
PART II Reframing equality diversity and inclusion
73
critical aspects for theory
75
exclusive identity of foreign workers in South Africa
216
17 Sex differences in coping with workhome interference
229
more complex than we know
245
people accounting in the workplace
254
20 Trade union perspectives on diversity management
265
towards an inclusive trade union democracy
272
PART VI Equality and diversity interventions and change
287
22 Inclusion and diversity as an intercultural task
289

6 Reflections on researching inequalities and intersectionality
88
7 Contextualising diversity management
101
8 Exclusion inclusion and women entrepreneurs
112
diversity meets social systems theory deconstructing binary and unfolding paradoxes
120
10 The value of seeing gender as adoing
136
PART III Sociology of equality diversity and inclusion
147
gender mainstreaming managing diversity and the professionalisation of gender politics in Germany
149
a queerintersectional reading of Frederick W Taylors The Principles of Scientific Management
159
13 Critical sensemaking and workplace inequities
171
14 Feminist psychosocial approaches to relationality recognition and denial
179
PART IV Psychology of equality diversity and inclusion
193
diversity employee voice and proactive behaviour
195
academicpractitioner collaboration for equity in education and skills training
301
diversity training as heteroglossic organisational spaces
308
the virtue of coercion
322
recent evidence
332
empirical and theoretical developments
344
PART VII Men masculinities equality and diversity
357
not for women only
359
29 Men diversity at work and diversity management
372
30 Men gender equality and gender equality policy
383
sports and the construction of hegemonic masculinities at work
399
Index
413
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