Diversity

[business] The "business case for diversity" stem from the progression of the models of diversity within the workplace since the 1960. The original model for diversity was situated around affirmative action drawing strength from the law and a need to comply with equal employment opportunity objectives. This compliance based model gave rise
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Diversity

[politics] In sociology and political studies, the term diversity (or diverse) is used to describe political entities (neighborhoods, student bodies, etc) with members who have identifiable differences in their cultural backgrounds or lifestyles. The term describes differences in racial or ethnic classifications, age, gender, religion, phil
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diversity

Term used to describe numbers of taxa, or variation in morphology.
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Diversity

a) the total number of species present; b) some index which incorporates both the number of species and the relative abundance of each.
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Diversity

A parameter describing, in combination, the species richness and evenness of a collection of species. Diversity is often used as a synonym for species richness
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diversity

[Noun] Having differences, or having variety.
Example: There is wide diversity of opinion on this matter.
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Diversity

When something has variety and differences within it. For example, the world is made up of many different cultures and peoples. It's the difference between these that gives us diversity.
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diversity

[n] - the condition or result of being changed
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diversity

The use of multiple communication paths or channels to achieve efficiency and error protection. The main types of diversity used in mobile communications are - Antenna or spatial diversity: using multiple transmit and/or receive antennas to exploit multipath effects (typically in CDMA). Frequency diversity: transmitting on multiple frequencies as i
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Diversity

The 'unrelatednes' of a set of, for example, building blocks or members of a combinatorial library, as measured by their properties, such as atom connectivity, physical properties, computational measurements or bioactivity.
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Diversity

Diversity means being different to other people because of background, schooling, religion, sexuality etc. Diversity means a difference of opinion and a variety of opinions and thoughts.
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Diversity

see Species diversity.
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Diversity

Di·ver'si·ty noun ; plural Diversities . [ French diversité , Latin diversitas , from diversus . See Diverse .] 1. A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness. « They will prove opposite; and not resting in a bare diversity , ri
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diversity

<ecology> The number and variety of species present in an area and their spatial distribution. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Diversity

• (n.) Multiplicity of difference; multiformity; variety. • (n.) A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness. • (n.) Variegation.
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Diversity

==Science and technology== An old, old wooden ship. ==Sociology, economics, law, and politics== ==Other== ...
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Diversity

See Species Diversity.
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diversity

  1. noticeable heterogeneity
  2. the condition or result of being variable

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Diversity

see biodiversity.
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DIVERSITY

Having a wide range of variation, either genetically, in terms of species present,habitat type, or otherwise.
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diversity

(L: diversitas) variety, number of species, functions, habitats, etc. It is an important measure of the health of a community. As more and more pressure is exerted on a community, an increasing number of species disappears. The community becomes less diverse and its functioning is affected. The place of the losers is taken by those who remain, and
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Diversity

The "unrelatednes" of a set of, for example, building blocks or members of a combinatorial library, as measured by their properties, such as atom connectivity, physical properties, computational measurements or bioactivity.
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diversity

The different types of organisms that occur in a community.
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Diversity

[dance troupe] Diversity are a British street dance troupe based in London. They are best known for winning the third series of Britain`s Got Talent, famously beating Susan Boyle in the live final. They also won the Families United Positive Role Models at the Spirit of London Awards. The group, initially known as Swift Moves, formed in 2004
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Diversity

[album] Diversity is the sixth LP released by the Reggae artist Gentleman. ==Track listing== ...
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