Edited by Barbara Czarniawska
Chapter 7: Making humans and nonhumans talk in diversity research
7 Making humans and nonhumans talk in diversity research Andreas Diedrich Allow me to take you to Sweden for a moment, to a training college for the electrical trades in one of the country’s larger cities. Here, I observed the following scene as p...
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