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Gender and Diversity in Management

Gender and Diversity in Management
A Concise Introduction

August 2008 | 120 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
In this engaging and handy book, Gatrell and Swan provide both an insightful introduction and much-needed resource to the understanding of gender and diversity in management.

Gender and Diversity in Management accessibly overviews the core issues of gender, race, sexuality, disability and diversity in management. In an area where there is often conflicting scholarship, this concise introduction assesses the key contemporary issues, and takes stock of the debates amongst scholars and practitioners. It will also be of great value to managers from a range of organizations, who seek a practical and up-to-date guide to contemporary thought and practice.

Gender and Diversity in Management is designed for students on courses across a range of business and management subjects including Women in Management, Gender in Management, Equal Opportunities and Diversity, and Human Resource Management. It will also be of great value to managers from a range of organizations and sectors who wish to understand better the debates, or who seek a practical and up-to-date guide to contemporary thought and practice.

What Do We Mean by Gender and Diversity in Management?
Introducing Gender in Management
Gender in Management
Social and Cultural Perspectives on Discrimination and Gender in Management

Managing Diversity
The Turn from Equal Opportunities

Managing Differences
Race, Sexuality and Disability

From Theory to Practice?


'Imperative read'
Business Line

The topic of Gender and Diversity is comprehensively covered in this book, and Gatrell manages to deliver a depth to the analysis of the issues that belies the simplicity with which it is written. An excellent starter for ten for anyone exploring Gender and Diversity management issues.

Mrs Carrie Foster
Business School, Chester University
November 7, 2012

Interesting, yet lacks the depth for the postgraduate courses.

Dr Hyun-Jung Lee
Department of Accounting and Finance, London School of Economics and Political Science
March 15, 2011

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