The challenges and outcomes of critical diversity scholarship
SourceQualitative Research in Organizations and Management. An International Journal, 13, 3, (2018), pp. 206-217
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Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management. An International Journal
SubjectInstitute for Management Research
With the institutionalization of diversity research in organization studies, diversity scholarship has become increasingly varied over the past two decades. While this has broadened the discussion in the field it has also – as the recent debates around intersectionality, identity formation and theorization of power have shown – created some confusions about how to undertake critical diversity research. This urges critical diversity scholars to re-visit existing approaches or paradigms (belief systems that guides our thoughts and practices), and methods, and even re-invent novel ways of inquiry into diversity issues. This is why the aim of this Special QROM Edition is to explore these challenges and the outcomes of approaches and methods in critical diversity scholarship.
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