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Virginia E. Schein

Despite the high interest in work/family issues, little attentionhas been paid to changing the design and structure of managerial work soas to facilitate the work/family…

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Despite the high interest in work/family issues, little attention has been paid to changing the design and structure of managerial work so as to facilitate the work/family interface. Outdated work designs and unquestioned assumptions about “how things are done” may be a significant barrier to women′s advancement in management. Proposes that human resource management professionals need to examine managerial work from the perspective: “What activities and demands are ′corporate convenient′ and what are job related?” Discusses the implications of challenging corporate convenient requirements.

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Women in Management Review, vol. 8 no. 4
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0964-9425

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Martha A. Reavley and Thomas J. Naughton

Reports on a study which sought to test the impact of gender‐basedtraining experiences on selection decisions. Subjects evaluated thecredentials of a job candidate for a…

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Reports on a study which sought to test the impact of gender‐based training experiences on selection decisions. Subjects evaluated the credentials of a job candidate for a management position. The training experiences of the three candidates were manipulated so that a third of the applicant materials were described as relating to a female with gender‐based or “women‐only” training; another third of the materials were described as belonging to a female with gender‐neutral training; and a final third were labelled as male with gender‐neutral training. Results suggest that female candidates whose training is not gender based may be viewed more positively because their behaviours appear more consistent with the male socialization view. Discusses the implications of these findings for women in management training and for managerial selection.

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Women in Management Review, vol. 8 no. 4
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0964-9425

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Susan L. Adkins

As CD‐ROM becomes more and more a standard reference and technicalsupport tool in all types of libraries, the annual review of thistechnology published in Computers in

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As CD‐ROM becomes more and more a standard reference and technical support tool in all types of libraries, the annual review of this technology published in Computers in Libraries magazine increases in size and scope. This year, author Susan L. Adkins has prepared this exceptionally useful bibliography which she has cross‐referenced with a subject index.

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OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives, vol. 10 no. 2
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1065-075X

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Helen Jones, Mary Connor and John Bennett

Outlines the philosophy, concepts and structure of a course incounselling for consultants. The participants on the first course wereintroduced to counselling whilst on a…

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Outlines the philosophy, concepts and structure of a course in counselling for consultants. The participants on the first course were introduced to counselling whilst on a management course and had asked for further training. They found the skills useful in enabling their own personal development; in working with their patients; in supporting their colleagues and in career advice to junior staff. Evaluation indicates the high value placed by participants on this course.

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Journal of Management in Medicine, vol. 6 no. 3
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0268-9235

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Mary E. Marshall

Examines recent studies of maximum expected disc life and theimplications for archive storage on CD‐ROM. Discusses the manufactureand structure of compact discs, the…

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Examines recent studies of maximum expected disc life and the implications for archive storage on CD‐ROM. Discusses the manufacture and structure of compact discs, the phenomenon of disc rot, how discs can be ruined in use, and some actions which can reduce the risk of damage to compact discs. Concludes that when CD becomes a widespread archival medium, they will have to be treated as carefully as other media, although the problem of disc rot is beyond the purchasers′ control.

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OCLC Micro, vol. 7 no. 1
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 8756-5196

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Jean-François Chanlat

This chapter focuses on diversity issues in France. It shows how these issues came historically in the French context and how the main tensions generated, notably the…

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This chapter focuses on diversity issues in France. It shows how these issues came historically in the French context and how the main tensions generated, notably the equality-diversity and universality-diversity tensions, are not understandable without a knowledge of the French Republicanism which gives to the foundations of the French social fabric its peculiarities.

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Management and Diversity
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ISBN: 978-1-78635-550-8

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Jennifer Schneider

This chapter seeks to help and support online educators in their efforts to improve tomorrow. Specifically, the chapter shares practical strategies and tools that online…

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This chapter seeks to help and support online educators in their efforts to improve tomorrow. Specifically, the chapter shares practical strategies and tools that online educators can easily apply, adapt, and/or personalize in order to help promote a mindfully multicultural classroom in their online classrooms and programs. The chapter includes a wide range of actionable tools and exercises to help online instructors optimize the learning experience for all students by building upon the unique strengths and diverse cultural backgrounds of all students in their online classrooms. The strategies help instructors leverage diversity as a means to promote equity and social justice in online programs and, ultimately, the world as a whole. The chapter relies upon Gollnick and Chinn’s (2017) six beliefs that are fundamental to multicultural education and presents strategies from two perspectives or lenses (student-focused and faculty-focused). Approaching the issue from a dual-sided lens is intended to best support the ultimate goal of improving the student learning experience. Emphasis is placed on both public and private interactions between faculty and students. Public interactions include all discussion board and announcement communications. Public interactions also include resources that are shared in the online classroom for all students’ benefit.

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Developing and Supporting Multiculturalism and Leadership Development: International Perspectives on Humanizing Higher Education
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ISBN: 978-1-83909-460-6

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Industrial and Commercial Training, vol. 39 no. 5
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0019-7858

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Ireland’s new leader succeeded Enda Kenny (2011-17) in June. Aged 38, openly gay and the son of an Indian immigrant, his election represents a generational change both for…

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Internet Research, vol. 9 no. 5
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1066-2243

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