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A national survey of consumer attitudes towards companies that hire people with disabilities

@inproceedings{Siperstein2006ANS,
  title={A national survey of consumer attitudes towards companies that hire people with disabilities},
  author={Gary N. Siperstein and Neil Romano and Amanda Mohler and Robin C. Parker},
  year={2006}
}
  • Gary N. Siperstein, Neil Romano, +1 author Robin C. Parker
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Employers' negative attitudes and fears have long been a barrier to the employment of individuals with disabilities. Accordingly, attitude literature on the employment of people with disabilities has focused almost exclusively on employers. However, due to their influence over business practices, the successful employment of people with disabilities is also contingent on the views of the consumer. This study extends previous studies that focused on the attitudes of employers, and went directly… CONTINUE READING

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