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Equality, diversity and inclusion at work

A research companion

Mustafa Özbilgin

Edward Elgar Publ. 2009. 464 s.
Bogomtale fra forlaget.

With over thirty chapters, this book offers a truly interdisciplinary and comparative collection of original contributions that are likely to influence theorization in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion at work. Each chapter presents a review of the academic work by eminent and emergent scholars and situates this in the broad field of scholarship.

Contents:

Understanding Equality and Diversity at Work: An Introduction
Mustafa F. Özbilgin

PART I: SCHOLARS, SCHOLARSHIP, AND INEQUALITY
1. Effects of the Experience of Inequality, Exclusion, and Discrimination on Scholarship
Myrtle P. Bell

2. Subtle Mechanisms: Reproducing Gender Inequity in Academia
Patricia A. Roos

3. Cultural Conflicts and Commonalities: Researching Work–Life Balance for Women University Staff in the UK and Japan
Diana Woodward

4. The Unwanted Body of Man or Why it So Difficult for Women to Make it in Academe? A Feminist Psychoanalytic Approach
Marianna Fotaki

PART II: REFRAMING EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
5. Positioning Workplace Diversity: Critical Aspects for Theory
Judith K. Pringle

6. Reflections on Researching Inequalities and Intersectionality
Geraldine Healy

7. Contextualizing Diversity Management
Jawad Syed

8. Exclusion, Inclusion and Women Entrepreneurs
Miri Lerner, Ayala Malach-Pines and Dafna Schwartz

9. Managing Diverse Social Systems: Diversity Meets Social Systems Theory – Deconstructing Binary and Unfolding Paradoxes
Iris Koall and Verena Bruchhagen

10. The Value of Seeing Gender as a ‘Doing’
Elisabeth K. Kelan and Julia C. Nentwich

PART III: SOCIOLOGY OF EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
11. ‘Gender Competence’ – Gender Mainstreaming, Managing Diversity and the Professionalisation of Gender Politics in Germany
Michael Meuser

12. Queering the Principles: A Queer/Intersectional Reading of Frederick W. Taylor’s ‘The Principles of Scientific Management’
Alexander Fleischmann

13. Critical Sensemaking and Workplace Inequities
Jean Helms Mills and Albert J. Mills

14. Feminist Psychosocial Approaches to Relationality, Recognition and Denial
Shona Hunter

PART IV: PSYCHOLOGY OF EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
15. Challenging the Status Quo: Diversity, Employee Voice and Proactive Behaviour
Johannes Rank

16. Reactions to Discrimination: Exclusive Identity of Foreign Workers in South Africa
Kurt April and Amanda April

17. Sex Differences in Coping with Work–Home Interference
T. Alexandra Beauregard

18. Affirmative Action Attitudes: More Complex Than We Know
David A. Kravitz

19. Headcounts and Equal Opportunity: People Accounting in the Workplace
Stephen M. Garcia, Mitchell J. Meyle, and Eric A. Provins

PART V: LABOUR POLITICS, TRADE UNIONS, EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY
20. Trade Union Perspectives on Diversity Management
Anne-marie Greene and Gill Kirton

21. Encounters between Gender and Labour Politics: Towards an Inclusive Trade Union Democracy
Sue Ledwith

PART VI: EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY INTERVENTIONS AND CHANGE
22. Inclusion and Diversity as an Intercultural Task
José Pascal da Rocha

23. Partners in Policy: Academic-Practitioner Collaboration for Equity in Education and Skills Training
Mary Gatta

24. Putting Words in Our Mouths: Diversity Training as Heteroglossic Organisational Spaces
Elaine Swan

25. Managing Diversity: The Virtue of Coercion
Alain Klarsfeld

26. Supporting the Career Development of Managerial Women
Ronald J. Burke

27. Internal Compensation Discrimination: Empirical and Theoretical Developments
Daniel E. Martin

PART VII: MEN, MASCULINITIES, EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY
28. Gender Equality: Not for Women Only
Michael S. Kimmel

29. Men, Diversity at Work, and Diversity Management
Jeff Hearn and David L. Collinson

30. Men, Gender Equality, and Gender Equality Policy
Jeff Hearn

31. ‘Talking Sports’: Sports and the Construction of Hegemonic Masculinities at Work
Michele Rene Gregory