1 edition of Managing diversity in plural societies found in the catalog.
Managing diversity in plural societies
|Statement||edited by Magda Opalski.|
|Contributions||Opalski, Magdalena., Forum Eastern Europe.|
|LC Classifications||DJK26 .M36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||99212503|
In Rethinking National Identity in the Age of Migration, the sixth volume of MPI's Transatlantic Council on Migration, these issues are examined as the authors uplift the lessons that can be drawn from various approaches to immigrant integration and managing diversity in North America and Europe. The volume delivers recommendations on what. Cultural diversity doesn’t just entail differences in dress and language. It also encompasses different ways of thinking, managing, and communicating. The relationship between communication and culture is a very complex and intimate one. Cultures are created through communication; that is, communication is the means of human.
Ben Reilly and Andrew Reynolds 1. This work examines whether the choice of an electoral system in a culturally plural society can affect the potential for future violent find that it can, but that there is no single electoral system that is likely to be best for all divided societies. Shows how social psychology can contribute to contemporary debates about immigration and cultural diversity. Helps readers to understand the processes that have shaped modern societies and the diversity issues they are facing. Reviews research into the socio-psychological factors facilitating or hindering the emergence of plural : Xenia Chryssochoou.
MULTICULTURALISM, AFRICA. Multiculturalism means different things to different people. For some it is directly linked to the politics of recognition and of difference (Taylor). In this regard, it concerns an appreciation of the necessity to deal with diversity in ways that affirm the value of different cultures and to respect the various claims made by minority groups. In all of this diversity, the concept of a Caribbean people and the construction of a book on ethnicity Imagined Communities. Argued Anderson: “It [ethnic or communal identity] is some sort of interethnic strife surfaces from the cleavages in the plural societies of the region. I shall provide a few cases to set the scene for what is.
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Managing diversity in plural societies: minorities, migration and nation-building in post-Communist Europe. Strategies/iJr managing such diversity in organizations are discussed together with the impact ofmulticulturalism on organizational behaviour.
ll1e challenges and opportunities posed by an increasingly diverse culture as well as how a manager can respond to such diversity are. Cultural diversity is the term given to a range of societies or peoples, with different origins, religions and traditions, all living in a specific region.
Cultural differences between people may include their language, beliefs, traditions and arts. Each culture has basic standards for. Multiculturalism is first discussed as the basic presence of cultural diversity in a society. It is then presented as an orientation (in public policy) toward this diversity.
It is distinguished from pluralism (where there is only diversity) by noting that multiculturalism policy and practice has two core features: in addition to the presence of cultural diversity, multiculturalism also.
ELBASANI, Arolda, ROY, Olivier (editor/s), Managing Islam and religious pluralism: governing Islam in plural societies, Special issue of Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern studies,Vol. 19, Author: Arolda Elbasani, Olivier Roy. Conscious of the increasing cultural diversity in European societies and underlining that diversity is a source of enrichment which calls for mutual understanding and respect for each other; Underlining that managing cultural dive rsity in full respect of the principles of democracy, human rights and the rule of law is a common challenge for.
This paper, first, looks into what cultural diversity in higher education is. Secondly, it offers speculations on different attitudes of educators and students to multiculturalism because of certain myths that are also described and dispelled.
Thirdly, the author dwells on types of programs that may help maintain cultural diversity in universities. In ethnically plural societies, the distribution of public goods – especially scholarships, jobs, housing, licences, and land – are largely driven by ethnic group loyalties.
This feature is widely acknowledged as intrinsic to the conceptual makeup of plural societies (Dew, ; Horowitz, ). The case of Suriname demonstrates that Author: Ruben Gowricharn.
In recent years diversity and its management has become a feature of modern and postmodern organizations. Different practices have spread around the globe focusing on the organizing and management of inclusion and exclusion of different groups such as men and women, heterosexual and homosexuals, persons with different racial and ethnic background, ages, and (dis)abilities.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. A basic need in all plural societies to establish the adequate (democratic) system, institutions, mechanisms and procedures for the prevention, management and resolution of crises and conflicts.
a reference book (series Ethnic Diversity within nations) Different ways of managing and resolving a conflict: One side prevails – violent or. Lijphart, Arend () Democracy in Plural Societies, Yale University Press: New Haven and London.
Lovenduski, JON () 'Implementing Equd Opportunities in the s: An Overview'. Public Author: Deryck Brown. Get this from a library. Identity and territorial autonomy in plural societies.
[William Safran; Ramón Maíz Suárez;] -- "This book focuses on approaches to autonomy in countries whose societies are marked by ethnic diversity, and examines the effects of territorial solutions to the safeguarding of cultural identities.
The outcomes will be academic, in terms of furthering scholarly knowledge in this field, as well as practical, in its generation of knowledge and building of skills to address the real-life challenges of managing diversity.
SRP’s research themes are as follows: Religious Peace-Building in Plural Societies. This chapter addresses theories of difference, diversity, and intersectionality, and what they bring to understandings of diversity management.
The chapter begins by examining the broad arenas of difference, diversity, and diversity management, as they have become established in organization and management studies. It continues by considering the increasing complexity that can be engaged with Author: Jeff Hearn, Jonna Louvrier.
Cultural Diversity: Its Social Psychology shows how social psychology can contribute to contemporary debates about immigration and multiculturalism.
Shows how social psychology can contribute to contemporary debates about immigration and cultural diversity. Helps readers to understand the processes that have shaped modern societies and the diversity issues they are : Xenia Chryssochoou.
About Managing Family Justice in Diverse Societies. The aim of this book is to explore what response the law has or should have to different family practices arising from cultural and religious beliefs. The issue has become increasingly debated as.
Diversity management is lacking reference points after a backlash against multiculturalism (Vertovec & Wessendorf, ) and increasing support for xenophobic political parties, most of which are also Eurosceptic (Hartleb, ; Leconte, ; Chopin, ).The financial crisis has also forced many governments and administrations to cut back on budgets originally destined for immigration by: The "business case for diversity" stems from the progression of the models of diversity within the workplace since the original model for diversity was situated around affirmative action drawing strength from the law and a need to comply with equal opportunity employment objectives implemented in the Civil Rights Act of Equal employment opportunity was centered around the idea.
Furnivall’s concept of the “plural society” (see Colonial Policy and Practice: a Comparative Study of Burma and Netherlands India ) refers not simply to a diversity of races, but the problematic nature of such societies that emerged under European colonial regimes.
In. central to democratic governance and the political management of diversity in plural societies. While elections are held with greater regularity in Africa, their content and quality remains suspect in many countries, with Africa’s rich diversity deployed as a combustive tool in electoral conflicts.About Managing Family Justice in Diverse Societies.
The aim of this book is to explore what response the law has or should have to different family practices arising from cultural and religious beliefs. The issue has become increasingly debated as western countries have become more culturally diverse. Human nature, cultural diversity and evolutionary theory.
Henry Plotkin * and the move from primate societies to human societies, central to which was the evolution of language, as the last two crowning transitions in Gyr of evolution. As will be argued below, singling out language as the defining feature of human evolution is probably Cited by: 8.