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Authors: Sheying Chen (Pace University, New York, NY, USA) 
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As nations become increasingly diverse and globalized, diversity-related issues are posing greater and greater challenges to business managers, nonprofit and government officials, and academic administrators worldwide. They require fundamental changes in the way people think and act, or they may end up being divided rather than united. As a consequence, suffering arises from misunderstandings, distrust and serious conflicts not necessarily serving their own interests. This book examines some of the most important issues related to diversity along with various disciplinary perspectives that may help to deal with those issues. (Imprint: Nova Press)


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Chapter 1 - Physical and Environmental: Human Biology and Diversity pp. 3-16
Authors / Editors: (Daniel E. Brown)

Chapter 2 - Mental and Behavioral Health: An East-West Perspective pp. 17-32
Authors / Editors: (Pamela P.Y. Leung, Cecilia L.W. Chan, and Eric Blyth)

Chapter 3 - Social Psychology of Stereotyping and Human Difference Appreciation pp. 33-46
Authors / Editors: (Yueh-Ting Lee)

Chapter 4 - The Economics of Diversity: The Efficiency vs. Equity Trade-Off pp. 47-62
Authors / Editors: (Samuel L. Myers, Jr.)
***Open Access Chapter. Free Download Available***

Chapter 5 - Protection and Legal Compliance pp. 63-82
Authors / Editors: (Sue H. Guenter-Schlesinger)

Chapter 6 - Understanding Race and Ethnicity pp. 83-96
Authors / Editors: (Sheying Chen and Geoffrey L. Brackett)

Chapter 7 - Violence against Women: Implications for the Workplace pp. 97-116
Authors / Editors: (Judith G. Myers and Elizabeth Moran Fitzgerald)

Chapter 8 - Academic Leadership and Diversity pp. 119-130
Authors / Editors: (Gilbert W. Atnip)

Chapter 9 - Why So Few? Faculty of Color in Higher Education pp. 131-146
Authors / Editors: (Rosina M. Becerra and Susan M. Drange)

Chapter 10 - Diversifying the Curriculum: Leadership to Overcome Inertia pp. 147-156
Authors / Editors: (Sue Sciame-Giesecke, Kathy Parkison, and Dianne Roden)

Chapter 11 - International Education in the Context of Multiculturalism pp. 157-168
Authors / Editors: (David X. Cheng)

Chapter 12 - Going Back to the Personal: Process of Developing Transformative Leaders pp. 169-184
Authors / Editors: (Seonmin Huh)

Chapter 13 - Trust, Community Care and Managing Diversity: Britain as a Case Study pp. 184-196
Authors / Editors: (Jason L. Powell)

   Series:
      Management Science - Theory and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 1st quarter
   Pages: 210.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-863-2
   Status: AV
  
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