Work and Identity (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
195
Utgivningsdatum
2019-01-05
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018
Förlag
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Medarbetare
Brownlow, Charlotte (ed.), Werth, Shalene (ed.)
Illustrationer
6 Illustrations, black and white; XXI, 195 p. 6 illus.
Dimensioner
203 x 146 x 12 mm
Vikt
272 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9783030088880
Work and Identity (häftad)

Work and Identity

Contemporary Perspectives on Workplace Diversity

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This edited volume highlights relevant issues and solutions for diversity groups within the workplace. It explores issues of identity as they relate to attributes of gender, age, migrant labor, disability, and power in social spaces. Identity is rarely well-defined in many social spaces, and understandings that define belonging are often developed through the normative expectations of others. Having an evidence-based approach in addressing these relevant issues, this book will appeal to academics and practitioners alike looking for practical and theoretical solutions to improving the situations of these groups in paid employment.
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Shalene Werth is Senior Lecturer in the School of Management and Enterprise at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Her research covers both disability and chronic illness in the workplace and also the experience of students with disability in higher education. Charlotte Brownlow is Associate Professor in the School of Psychology and Counselling at The University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Her research interests focus on understandings of diversity and difference and the impacts that constructions of these have on the crafting of individual identities, particularly for individuals identifying as being on the autism spectrum.

Innehållsförteckning

Chapter 1 Introducing concepts of workforce diversity Shalene Werth, Charlotte Brownlow and Jodie Gunders Chapter 2 Chronic health conditions and work identity from a lifespan development frame Joy E. Beatty and Alyssa K. McGonagle Chapter 3 Autism spectrum disorder: Emotion work in the workplace Charlotte Brownlow, Shalene Werth and Kathleen Keefe Chapter 4 The ageing population in Australia: Implications for the workforce Katrina Radford, Geoffrey Chapman, Hugh Bainbridge and Beni Halvorsen Chapter 5 Recognising young people as "real" workers and the employment implications of framing young workers as deficient Robin Price and Deanna Grant-Smith Chapter 6 Work-life juggle! Insights into the experiences of Indian information technology women who undertook international assignments Dhara Shah and Michelle Barker Chapter 7 How women executives survive the isolated echelons of the corporate ladder Ainslie Waldron, Kim Southey and Peter A. Murray Chapter 8 The health systems workforce in an era of globalised superdiversity - an example of a global care chain landscape in Ireland Eidin Ni She and Regina Joye Chapter 9 Belonging, temporariness and seasonal labour: working holidaymakers' experiences in regional Australia Esther Anderson Chapter 10 Work, identity and trade union responses and strategies Cathy Brigden Chapter 11 Are collective identity and action being squashed by individualism? David Peetz Chapter 12 Issues of power and disclosure for women with chronic illness in their places of work Shalene Werth, David Peetz and Kaye Broadbent Chapter 13 Reflections and conclusions Shalene Werth and Charlotte Brownlow