Feminist challenges and futures: Women, diversity and management learning
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- Management Learning, 2009, 40 (4), pp. 431 - 437
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Drawing on the category of the 'social' in social learning theory as a 'mini case study', we argue in this article that gender, race and class are still neglected in the field and practices of management learning. We suggest that feminist work is a growing part of the journal and field of management learning but on limited terms. Thus we argue that feminism has not been mobilized to interrogate core categories and concepts in management learning, such as the 'social' in social learning. In addition, we outline how issues of race and class are even more marginalized and raise a number of questions to indicate how management learning might be researched and theorized if race, gender and class were taken seriously as mainstream issues. Copyright © The Author(s), 2009.
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