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Understanding and Managing Diversity:Reading Cases and Exercises
Understanding and Managing DiversityReading Cases and Exercises
Author: Carol Harvey, M. June Allard
ISBN-13: 9780130292643
ISBN-10: 0130292648
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 293
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Publisher: 2002 Prentice Hall
Book Type: Paperback
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Content Highlights

* Classic diversity articles by well-known authors such as Peggy McIntosh, Deborah Tannen, William Sowell, Horace Miner, and Taylor Cox.
* Original material written by a diversity of experienced faculty, consultants, and trainers that reflect their wealth of experience in their specialty areas.
* Extensive coverage of the range of diversity theories and models that integrates research from the social sciences and business.
* Difficult to find, original, and diversified material on religion, Native Americans, nonprofit organizations, Generation X, employment equity in Canada, personality disorders under the ADA law, social class, and innovative models for employing older workers, that fill many gaps in courses related to diversity.