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This edited collection brings together experts from various disciplines to engage critically with diversity theory, diversity politics, and their practical application. Accordingly, the volume provides a provocative discursive space, where the key theoretical as well as practical problems of diversity in business, institutions and culture can speak to each other and can be assessed. The aim is to bridge the gap between two relatively distinct discourses: the discourse on practical applications of diversity concepts and the discourse on theoretical approaches to diversity. This selection of articles delivers the first step towards achieving this goal. Approaching diversity from a business perspective, the chapters discuss its ramifications on democratic institutions and theory, as well as point to its relevance in didactic and educational settings.
|Publication date:||2nd November 2019|
|Publisher:||Springer Nature Switzerland AG|
|Categories:||Business ethics & social responsibility, Social & political philosophy,|
Christoph Lutge holds the Peter Loescher Endowed Chair of Business Ethics at the Technical University of Munich, Germany. Professor Lutge conducts research in the field of business and corporate ethics, as well as ethics of digitization and artificial intelligence. In 2019, he was appointed Director of the newly founded TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence. Christiane Lutge is Professor and Chair of Teaching English as a Foreign Language at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany, and Director of the Munich Centre of Teacher Education. Among her research interests are digital literacy and literary learning, multiliteracies, multimodality, media literacy, and transcultural learning, global education ...More About Christoph Lutge