Discrimination Based on Color
A critical review of the article, "How to Investigate and Prove Discrimination Based on Race/Colour" by Deidre Takeyama and Brian H. Kleiner.
# 92617 | 725 words | 1 source | APA | 2007 |
Published on Feb 25, 2007 in English (Analysis) , African-American Studies (Racism) , Sociology (General) , Labor Studies (General)
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This paper presents an evaluation and critical review of Deidre Takeyama and Brian H. Kliener's 1998 article, which sheds light upon one aspect of discrimination that appears to encompass all other traits -employment discrimination. The paper discusses the soundness of the data reported, summarizes the content of the article and offers a personal evaluation/reaction to the material as well.
From the Paper:"By categorizing employment discriminatory acts typology the reader would have been made aware that subtle and covert employment discrimination are very difficult to see, document and remedy. In fact, these two types often last a great deal longer than overt discriminatory acts. If one reviews additional publications in the area of employment discrimination very few research manuscripts are available dealing with subtle and covert employment discrimination."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Takeyama, Deidre and Kliener, Brain H (1998). How to investigate and prove discrimination based on race/colour. Equal Opportunity International, 7:2,
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