From Retrospective to Prospective View of Xenophobia Through the Lens of Human Resource Diversity Management
Xenophobia and Diversity MAnagement
Keywords:Xenophobia, Human Resource Diversity Management, PRISMA, Systematic Literature Review, Cross-cultural Management
“Xenophobia”, fear against or of foreigners is a concern for managers, organizations, social activists as well as global leaders has long been debated. However, research at the intersection of xenophobia and human resource management is lacking. To fill the lacuna, this study systematically reviewed the literature (N=157) spanning from 1945 to 2021 to dig out conceptualization of the xenophobia, different contexts, types, solutions, antecedents, theoretical foundation, and methodological debates. To screen the articles PRISMA approach was followed in this study. This systematic literature review uncovered many future avenues, which were not considered in the area of human resource management. These findings will help in identifying future research directions, as well as setting managerial guidelines at cross-cultural settings. The study tried to answer various research questions that may help to link past research with the future prospect to converge the research to a single point.
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