A forgotten minority?

Svastics, Carmen [Svastics, Carmen (szociolingvisztika), szerző]; Csillag, Sára [Csillag, Sára (menedzsment), szerző] Menedzsment Tanszék (BGE / PSZK); Győri, Zsuzsanna [Győri, Zsuzsanna (üzleti etika), szerző] Menedzsment Tanszék (BGE / PSZK); Hidegh, Anna [Hidegh, Anna Laura (Emberi erőforrás ...), szerző] Menedzsment Tanszék (BGE / PSZK)

Angol nyelvű Absztrakt / Kivonat (Egyéb konferenciaközlemény) Tudományos
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    While disability is a worldwide phenomenon, affecting millions of people, their employment is still obstructed by numerous factors, among others, ableism. The able-bodied approaches to entrepreneurship and human resource development prevent labour market incentives from effectively supporting the open, inclusive and accessible work for persons with disabilities in line with the 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. However, entrepreneurship may provide some of the flexibility, career options and challenges needed by persons with disabilities to fulfil their true potentials. The current study shows on ten semi-structured in-depth interviews conducted in Hungary in 2018 how ableism might be used as a theoretical framework in exploring both the motivations and the success of entrepreneurs with disabilities.
    Hivatkozás stílusok: IEEEACMAPAChicagoHarvardCSLMásolásNyomtatás
    2023-01-27 06:18