Accounting in Conflict: Globalization, Gender, Race and Class Vol: 19

Cheryl R. Lehman
Hofstra University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781785609763
Published:
18 Nov 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
152 pages - 152 x 229 x 17mm
Series:
Advances in Public Interest Accounting
Global forces and accountability once again converge in this volume, illustrating the significant and multifaceted nature of the role of accounting in societies. The accounting discipline in its numbers, its silences, its privileging of select classifications over others, it is continually constructing knowledge, cultivates meaning, and impacts public policy in the intersection of socio-political-economic realms. The research in this volume responds to calls for examining accounting as an interdisciplinary role in neoliberal governance by examining migration, race, gender, class and the creation of the 'other'. Each paper uniquely contributes toward significantly exploring accounting's role in disenfranchising populations while identifying participants actualized and potential role in emancipatory struggles. By recognizing marginalized groups embedded power rather than casting them as victims, the authors reject an inevitability of widening inequalities and forms of violence to world populations. Rather these critical accounting researchers seriously tackle the task of transformation, providing pathways for thinking differently and aspiring for change.
Perilous Journeys Across The Seas: The Accounting Logic In Europe's Agenda For Migration - Gloria Agyemang Brazil, racial democracy? The plight of afro-descendent women in political spaces - Sandra Maria Cerqueira da Silva, Silvia Pereira de Castro Casa Nova and David B. Carter West Meets East And East Meets West: Gender Research As A Cultural Encounter In Accounting - Naoko Komori Unshackling Accounting In Prisons: Race, Gender, And Class - Cheryl R. Lehman A Critical Race Theory Discussion Of Neutrality And Colorblindness In Accounting - Anton Lewis
Cheryl R. Lehman, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, USA

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