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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 encounter… Expand
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
Trimethoprim-induced aseptic meningitis in a patient with AIDS: case report and review.
- M. S. Harrison, S. J. Simonte, C. Kauffman
- Clinical infectious diseases : an official…
- 1 September 1994
We report the case of a 41-year-old man infected with human immunodeficiency virus who had two episodes of aseptic meningitis that occurred 2 weeks apart; the first was associated with ingestion of… Expand
Skin Color Bias in the Workplace: The Media's Role and Implications Toward Preference
Racial discrimination is a widely studied topic in the areas of sociology and psychology. A common negligence of several studies concerning this issue is that many disregard the subject of skin tone… Expand
Identifying high maintenance legacy software
- M. S. Harrison, G. Walton
- Engineering, Computer Science
- J. Softw. Maintenance Res. Pract.
- 1 November 2002
A preliminary report on work to investigate maintenance data, usage, and source code for legacy software used by an engineering design company. Expand
Procedural safeguards for euthanasia.
COLORISM IN THE JOB SELECTION PROCESS: ARE THERE PREFENTIAL DIFFERENCS WITHIN THE BLACK RACE?
ARE THERE PREFENTIAL DIFFERENCS WITHIN THE BLACK RACE? by MATTHEW S. HARRISON (Under the Direction of Kecia M. Thomas) ABSTRACT In this era of affirmative action, racial discrimination is a widely… Expand