Which Diversity Domains Have Most Impact on Student Learning? An Exploration of the Inhibitors and Facilitators of Learning

By Philip Frame, Jennifer O'Connor, Mary Hartog and Anna Kyprianou.

Published by The Diversity Collection

Format Price
Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

Our key question is the extent to which diversity domains are perceived to inhibit or facilitate student learning.

Keywords: Student Voice, University Access, Productive Diversity, Diversity Domains, Impact on Learning, Impact of Family Responsibilities, Impact of Age, Impact of Socio Economic Status

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.111-118. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 813.157KB).

Dr. Philip Frame

Dr Philip Frame is an English National Teaching Fellow with a special interest in diversity. He works for Middlesex University Business School in the field of organisational and individual development and is responsible for the School's employability programmes.

Ms Jennifer O'Connor

Jennifer O'Connor works for Middlesex University Business School and is a member of the Business and Management Academic Group. She also works as an organisational development consultant with a specialism in team building.

Mary Hartog

Dr Mary Hartog has an employment background in pubic sector and works for Middlesex University Business School in the field of Human Resource Development. Her interests include business ethics, diversity and leadership.

Anna Kyprianou

Anna Kyprianou leads the Human Resource Management Group at Middlesex University Business School: she has a background in research and is responsible for School's continuous professional development programmes.


There are currently no reviews of this product.

Write a Review