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Is Multiculturalism or Color Blindness Better for Minorities?
A debate is raging in workplaces, schools, universities, and political and legal arenas: Is it better to ignore or acknowledge group differences? Multiculturalism, a pluralistic ideology, stressesExpand
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From Mammy to Superwoman
Black women, like other women of color, find themselves at the intersection of both racism and sexism in the workplace. Due to their unique dual status as racial and gender minorities, they encounterExpand
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Mentoring minority graduate students: issues and strategies for institutions, faculty, and students
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine mentoring relationships involving minority graduate students in the USA.Design/methodology/approach – The authors take a multifaceted approach toExpand
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Organizational Attractiveness and Individual Differences: Are Diverse Applicants Attracted by Different Factors?
Recruiting is a critical staffing activity for organizations, but its impact on the job seeker is poorly understood. Much remains to be learned about individual differences in reactions toExpand
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Advertising and recruitment: Marketing to minorities
Growing diversity, increasing multinationalism, and a need to better understand minority consumers make recruiting minority professionals to the workplace exceedingly important. This study examinesExpand
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The Hidden Prejudice in Selection: A Research Investigation on Skin Color Bias
In this era of affirmative action, racial discrimination in the workplace has been studied widely. A common negligence of these studies is that they disregard the subject of skin-tone stratification,Expand
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The role of diversity practices and inclusion in promoting trust and employee engagement
This paper investigates the association of diversity practices with an important aspect of workplace well-being, engagement. It was hypothesized that this association would be mediated by trustExpand
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Assessing the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure for Measurement Equivalence Across Racial and Ethnic Groups
An increasing number of organizational researchers examine the effects of ethnic identity and other-group orientation. In doing so, many use Phinney's (1992) Multigroup Ethnic Identity MeasureExpand
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Role of causal attributions in dynamic self-regulation and goal processes.
A dynamic model of self-regulation and goal process was tested with student survey responses and exam scores over successive performance episodes. A model of goal processes related to performanceExpand
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An Inclusive Strategy of Teaching Diversity
The article argues that many forms of diversity instruction, be it in the classroom or a conference room, have promoted an appreciation of differences without simultaneously promoting inclusion.Expand
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