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Diversity Management in Practice

A Cross-Cultural and Multi-Disciplinary Annotated Bibliography Addressing Policy and Well-Being

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This volume is a vital tool for anybody conducting primary research in the implementation of diversity regulation, and an inspiration for practitioners in the field of diversity management and policy implementation. The publication will feature Subject, Discipline, Geographic and Diversity indexes, which will enable searches to be conducted across cultural perspectives on diversity and its management. It provides a bridge across the linguistic and intellectual traditions that currently sets scholars and practitioners in the field of diversity management apart from each other. The bibliography will be drawn from each of the partners active within the NoE, representing Europe and key nations such as India, where diversity is embraced as the essence of society and development. Abstracts will be provided in English of key literature, and the bibliography will support cross-cultural understanding of issues surrounding diversity and its management in society. Articles and books annotated in the publication will comprise both classical works and contemporary perspectives, allowing better communication across linguistic barriers on issues that affect chiefly the management of organisations and cities in Europe. The volume is a vital tool for anybody conducting primary research in the implementation of diversity regulation, and an inspiration for practitioners in the field of diversity management and policy implementation. The publication will feature Subject, Discipline, Geographic and Diversity indexes, which will enable searches to be conducted across cultural perspectives on diversity and its management.

Author Biography

Susanne Kuchler is Professor of Anthropology at University College London. She has researched the material culture of transnational communities in the Pacific and Europe, with particular emphasis on the relation of art to social memory and cultural dialogue. Sandra Wallman is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at University College London. She has researched development, HIV/AIDS, race and migration in Africa and Europe, often in collaboration with other disciplines.
Release date Australia
December 3rd, 2009
Contributors
Edited by Sandra Wallman Edited by Susanne Kuchler
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Sussex Academic Press
Pages
208
Dimensions
229x152x18
ISBN-13
9781845193171
Product ID
3838421

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