Diversity and Emotion: The New Frontiers in Organizational Behavior Research

  title={Diversity and Emotion: The New Frontiers in Organizational Behavior Research},
  author={Neal M. Ashkanasy and Charmine H{\"a}rtel and Catherine S. Daus},
  journal={Journal of Management},
  pages={307 - 338}
This article provides a review of recent developments in two topical areas of research in contemporary organizational behavior: diversity and emotions. In the section called “Diversity,” we trace the history of diversity research, explore the definitions and paradigms used in treatments of diversity, and signal new areas of interest. We conclude that organizational behavior in the 21st century is evolving to embrace a more eclectic and holistic view of humans at work. In the section called… 
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