DIVERSITY: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES - RESOURCES
Printable Resources and References
- Allison, M. (2001). "Diversity
Issues and Challenges Facing Youth-Related Nonprofit Agencies."
Research report commission by and prepared for the Center for
Nonprofit Leadership and Management. This full-length research
report is summarized in Nonprofit Research Abridged Volume
1, Issue 1, titled, "Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities."
- (coming soon) Allison, M. (2000). “Diversity in Organizational Perspective.” In M. Allison & I. Schneider (Eds.) Diversity in the Recreation Profession: Organizational Perspectives (pp. 3–16). State College, PA: Venture Publishers.
- Workplace Diversity
Graduate Paper and Organizational Tool.— A workplace diversity
paper and step-by-step guide written by Lupe Soto, Director of
Human Resources for Planned Parenthood.
Selected Report References
- Akpeki, T. (1998). “Diversity Is an International Issue: A View from England.” Nonprofit World, 16 (4) 15–16.
- Chemers, M., Oskamp, M., & Costanzo, M. (1995). “An Introduction to Diversity in Organizations.” In M. Chemers, S. Oskamp, & M. Costanzo (Eds.), Diversity in Organizations: New Perspectives for a Changing Workplace (1–7). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- Cox, T. (1994). Cultural Diversity in Organizations: Theory, Research, and Practice. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
- Daley, J., & Angulo, J. (1994). “Understanding the Dynamics of Diversity Within Nonprofit Boards.” Journal of Community Development Society, 25 (2), 172-188.
- Elmes, M., & Connelley, D. (1997). “Dreams of Diversity and the Realities of Intergroup Relations in Organizations.” In P. Prasad, A. Mills, M. Elmes, & A. Prasad (Eds.), Managing the Organization Melting Pot: Dilemmas of Workplace Diversity (pp. 148–167). Thousand Oaks: CA: Sage Publications.
- Gibelman, M. (2000). “The Nonprofit Sector and Gender Discrimination: A Preliminary Investigation into the Glass Ceiling.” Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 10 (3), 251–269.
- James, C. (1996). Perspectives on Racism and the Human Services Sector. Buffalo: University of Toronto Press.
- Ostrander, S. (1993). “Diversity and Democracy in Philanthropic Organizations: The Case of Haymarket People's Fund.” In D. Young, R. Holister, R. Hodgkinson, and assoc. (Eds.), Governing, Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organizations: New Insights from Research and Practice. San Francisco: Jossey Bass Publishers.
- Pearlman, J., & Bova, B. (1992). “Meeting the Challenge of Diversity.” Nonprofit World, 10 (4), 19–24.
- Schein, E. (1996). “Leadership and Organizational Culture.” In F. Hesselbein, M. Goldsmith, & R. Beckhard (Eds.), The Leader of the Future: New Visions, Strategies, and Practices of the New Era (pp. 59–69). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
- Shaiko, R. (1997). “Female Participation in Association Governance and Political Representation: Directors, Board Members, Lobbyists, and Political Action Committee Directors.” Nonprofit Leadership & Management, 8 (2),121–139.
- Thomas, R. (1991). Beyond Race and Gender: Unleashing the Power of Your Total Workforce by Managing Diversity. New York: American Management Association.
- Widmer, C. (1987). “Minority Participation on Boards of Directors of Human Service Agencies: Some Evidence and Suggestions.” Journal of Voluntary Action Research, 16 (4).