Establishing a climate for diversity: The inhibition of prejudiced reactions in the workplace

@article{Brief2000EstablishingAC,
  title={Establishing a climate for diversity: The inhibition of prejudiced reactions in the workplace},
  author={A. Brief and Adam P. Barsky},
  journal={Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management},
  year={2000},
  volume={19}
}
  • A. Brief, Adam P. Barsky
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science
  • Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management
  • After briefly documenting the continuing problem of racial discrimination in the American workplace, the sources of discrimination were identified. Prejudiced reactions were shown to originate from old-fashioned, blatant racists; non-prejudice persons; and, modern racists. Then, the motivation to inhibit prejudice reactions by each source was examined. Subsequently, three organizational strategies to encourage the inhibition of prejudiced reactions were suggested. Each strategy was described as… CONTINUE READING
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