Edited by Adelina M. Broadbridge and Sandra L. Fielden
This unique Research Handbook covers a wide range of issues that affect the careers of those in diverse groups: age, disability, gender, race, religion, sexuality and transgender, as well as appearance. International experts from a variety of backgrounds contribute chapters in their given fields, reviewing current thinking, practices, initiatives and developments within the field, as well as presenting a wide-ranging and holistic coverage of the topic.
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- Research Handbook of Diversity and Careers
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- Introduction to the Research Handbook of Diversity and Careers
- Chapter 1: Age and generational diversity in careers
- Chapter 2: Early to mid-career women managers: experiences of gendered age, care and work
- Chapter 3: Older women and career development: double (triple) jeopardy plus or endless opportunities?
- Chapter 4: The last career transition? A gendered perspective on retirement
- Chapter 5: The importance of how you look for getting in and getting on in the workplace
- Chapter 6: Size does matter: the impact of size on career
- Chapter 7: ‘She’s got the look’: examining feminine and provocative dress in the workplace
- Chapter 8: The perils of pretty: effects of personal appearance on women’s careers
- Chapter 9: Diversity orientation and disability in organizational leadership
- Chapter 10: Career development for individuals with disabilities: examining issues of equity, access and opportunity
- Chapter 11: Career development for young adults with disabilities: an intersectional analysis
- Chapter 12: What about a career? The intersection of gender and disability
- Chapter 13: Impostor syndrome as a way of understanding gender and careers
- Chapter 14: Using the kaleidoscope career model to create cultures of gender equity
- Chapter 15: Bullying and career consequences in the academy: experiences of women faculty
- Chapter 16: Career issues for women in the banking sector
- Chapter 17: Minority ethnic careers in professional services firms
- Chapter 18: Visioning Muslim women leaders and organisational leadership in the twenty-first century
- Chapter 19: Aboriginal entrepreneurship: is it a career or a lifestyle change?
- Chapter 20: Gender, employment and careers in Pakistan
- Chapter 21: Glass doors or sealed borders? Careers of veiled Muslim women in Lebanon
- Chapter 22: Muslim women at work
- Chapter 23: Veiling careers: comparing gendered work in Islamic and foreign banks in Pakistan
- Chapter 24: Religion and callings: the divine in careers
- Chapter 25: Sexuality, gender identity and career journeys
- Chapter 26: Out at work?
- Chapter 27: Coming out of the closet? The implications of increasing visibility and voice for the career development of LGB employees in UK private sector organisations
- Chapter 28: Lesbian career experiences
- Chapter 29: Transpeople, work and careers: a queer theory perspective
- Chapter 30: Declining career prospects as ‘transition loss’? On the career development of transgender employees
- Chapter 31: Brothers are doing it for themselves: transmen and the creation of boundaryless and protean career choices
- Chapter 32: Trans-ferring in the workplace
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