Diversity and Inclusion across languages : insights into communicative challenges from theory and practice / Bernadette Hofer-Bonfim, Magdalena Zehetgruber, Elisabeth Peters, Johannes Schnitzer (eds.).

Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in a corporate business may once have been no more than a lofty goal. Today it is seen as an important asset for all types of businesses. This book analyzes the communicative aspects of D&I in organizational as well as corporate settings. Its close look into lin...

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Other Authors: Hofer-Bonfim, Bernadette (Editor), Zehetgruber, Magdalena (Editor), Peters, Elisabeth (Editor), Schnitzer, Johannes (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin : Frank & Timme, [2023]
Series:Inklusion und Gesellschaft ; Bd. 4.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • _Results
  • _Annex
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  • Introduction
  • Martin Stegu (WU Wien)
  • Diversity / diversities in business
  • Possible (or necessary?) contributions of Applied Linguistics
  • Alice Leal
  • Meaningful diversity in the European Union
  • Multilingualism and the pull of English as a "lingua franca"
  • Magdalena Zehetgruber
  • Why and how to include linguistic diversity in business
  • Insights from an analysis of job advertisements in Austria and France
  • Guillem Martí Masana / María Isabel Martínez Sosa
  • Dominican immigration in the United States
  • Relevance of the English language
  • Bernadette Hofer-Bonfim / Zlatoslava Savych / Johannes Schnitzer
  • Comparing Diversity &amp
  • Inclusion (D&amp
  • I) disclosures across nine countries
  • Donatella Malavasi
  • (Re-)framing diversity in discourse
  • Impact of recent social movements on corporate communication
  • Jessica Jane Nocella
  • Building inclusiveness and representing diversity in transportation companies
  • Judith Turnbull
  • The discursive construction of Diversity &amp
  • Inclusion in corporate websites
  • Daniel Green
  • Discourses of discrimination in Austrian criminal law
  • The case of 'same-sex fornication'
  • Elena Denisova-Schmidt
  • Diversity &amp
  • Inclusion in the European boardroom
  • Insights from practitioners into communicative challenges of managing Diversity &amp
  • Inclusion
  • Doris Becker
  • Comprehensibility as a precondition for inclusion
  • Monika Haider
  • The goal: more inclusion in education &amp
  • work for Deaf people
  • Tülay Tuncel
  • Multilingualism as an economic factor
  • Notes on authors.