Stella M. Nkomo mainly investigates Race, Gender studies, Power, Public relations and Cultural identity. Her work blends Race and Variable studies together. Her work carried out in the field of Gender studies brings together such families of science as Test and Stereotype.
Her study in Power is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Metatheory, Task, Development theory and Social science, Field. The study incorporates disciplines such as Postcolonialism, Hybridity, Organization studies, Reading and Colonialism in addition to Cultural identity. Her work on Politics, Political sociology and Clothing as part of general Law research is frequently linked to Emperor, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Gender studies, Public relations, Diversity, Race and Human resource management are her primary areas of study. The Gender studies study combines topics in areas such as Organization studies, Cultural identity and Diversity. Her Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Business case, Affect, Perception and Value.
Her Diversity study which covers Social science that intersects with Multiculturalism. Stella M. Nkomo merges many fields, such as Race and Inequality, in her writings. Her Human resource management study combines topics in areas such as Development economics and Human resources.
Stella M. Nkomo mostly deals with Gender studies, Public relations, Diversity, Inclusion and Development economics. She usually deals with Gender studies and limits it to topics linked to Politics and Field, Scholarship, Tribute and Transformative learning. The concepts of her Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Business case, Affect, Perception and Diversity.
Her Diversity research incorporates elements of Ethnic group and Race. Her research in Race intersects with topics in Phenomenon and Scope. Her Development economics research integrates issues from Diversity management and Human resource management.
Her main research concerns Diversity, Gender studies, Inclusion, Intersectionality and Racialization. The various areas that she examines in her Diversity study include Management, Ideology and White supremacy. Her Gender studies study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Identity.
Her Inclusion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scope, Phenomenon, Socioeconomics and Race. Her work deals with themes such as Social identity theory, Praxis, Politics and Negotiation, which intersect with Intersectionality. She combines subjects such as Privilege, Labor history, Ethnic group and White privilege with her study of Racialization.
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The Emperor Has No Clothes: Rewriting “Race in Organizations”
Stella M. Nkomo.
Academy of Management Review (1992)
Diverse identities in organizations.
Stella M. Nkomo;Taylor Cox Jr..
Guest Editorial: Unpacking Diversity, Grasping Inequality: Rethinking Difference Through Critical Perspectives:
Patrizia Zanoni;Maddy Janssens;Yvonne Benschop;Stella Nkomo.
Invisible men and women: A status report on race as a variable in organization behavior research†
Taylor Cox;Stella M. Nkomo.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1990)
A postcolonial and anti-colonial reading of ‘African’ leadership and management in organization studies: tensions, contradictions and possibilities
Stella M. Nkomo.
A race and gender-group analysis of the early career experience of MBAs.
Taylor H. Cox;Stella M. Nkomo.
Work And Occupations (1991)
The Business Case for Women Leaders Meta-Analysis, Research Critique, and Path Forward
Jenny M. Hoobler;Courtney R. Masterson;Stella M. Nkomo;Eric J. Michel.
Journal of Management (2018)
Gender role stereotypes and requisite management characteristics : the case of South Africa
Lize A.E. Booysen;Stella M. Nkomo.
Gender in Management: An International Journal (2010)
Critique and International Management: an Uneasy Relationship?
Gavin Alexander Jack;Marta B Calas;Stella M Nkomo;Tuomo Peltonen.
Academy of Management Review (2008)
Southern voices in management and organization knowledge
Rafael Alcadipani;Farzad Rafi Khan;Ernesto Gantman;Ernesto Gantman;Stella Nkomo.
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