Diversity management is examined as an emerging employment and/or consulting role of possible interest to sociological practitioners. First, the general development of diversity management since the mid-1980s is traced. Demographic imperatives for diversity management as well as some definitions, emphases, procedures, and publications are identified. Second, the linkages between diversity management and sociology/sociologists are discussed, as to: (a) substantive connections, (b) special sociological insights, (c) training suggestions, and (d) corporate involvement issues.
Friedman, Norman L. and Friedman, Susan Schuller
"Diversity Management: An Emerging Employment/Consulting Opportunity for Sociological Practitioners,"
Clinical Sociology Review: Vol. 11
, Article 16.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/csr/vol11/iss1/16