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Samantha Cabrera Monroe College Professor Thomas Diversity in the Criminal Justice System February 10,2020
Diversity is everywhere, including the workspace, which is defined on a variety of levels. Diversity allows innovative ideas to rise to the top because diverse thinkers challenge one another and view problems from different perspectives. There are both internally-oriented diversity and externally-oriented diversity. Internally-oriented diversity includes an individual experience as well as backgrounds. Internal-oriented diversity includes individual experience and backgrounds. Internal diversity examples may include how people were raised, where they went to school, previous job experience, etc. As for external-oriented diversity is often based on a person’s appearance which can include: gender, age, ethnicity, and in some occasion religion. It can also mean that external diversity is not easily identified because not everyone is physically identified the same. In which both in internal and external oriented diversity impact globalization