The Reality of Contemporary Discrimination in the United States: The Consequences of Hidden Bias in Real World Contexts
July 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
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Using a variety of rigorous approaches from psychology, sociology, economics, and legal studies, this interdisciplinary issue examines the consequences of subtle forms of racial and gender bias, and how these may be detected in the real world.
- Examines the real world impact of subtle bias and discrimination
- Methodologically and conceptually rigorous
- Interdisciplinary in focus, integrating research from psychology, sociology, economics, and law
- Informs civil rights law and public policy