This book advances a conceptualisation of gender identity within Diversity Management in organisations that takes into account the linkages between individual and organisational identity, thus moving from liminality, where gender is considered merely as a binary and diversity as something to manage, to inclusion, where diversity means a commitment to supporting a processual way to approach both belongingness and uniqueness within organisation. Through the use of Critical Discourse Analysis, the book investigates a series of UK county-based public and private bodies, combining the analysis of interviews with a set of policy documents. In this way, this contribution explores what challenges Diversity Management in organisations has to cope with, and to what extent the relationship between individual and organisational identity can help us prevent any form of discrimination and foster inclusiveness in organisations.
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing ISBN: 9781527506534 Number of pages: 148 Dimensions: 212 x 148 mm Edition: Unabridged edition
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