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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kevin Stainback and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey|
|Contributions||Tomaskovic-Devey, Donald, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||HD4903.5.U58 S69 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012013792|
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By the s, however, racial desegregation had stalled, reflecting the dimmed status of the civil rights agenda. Race and gender employment segregation remain high today, and alarmingly, many firms, particularly in high-wage industries, seem to be moving in the wrong direction and have shown signs of resegregating since the by: Documenting Desegregation Book Description: Enacted nearly 50 years ago, the Civil Rights Act codified a new vision for American society by formally ending segregation and banning race and gender discrimination in the workplace.
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Documenting Desegregation examines three separate stages of desegregation over four decades. After the uncertainty period ofwhen blacks made their most rapid advances, the period of is termed by Stainback and Tomaskovic-Devey the “regulatory decade,” when the federal government actually took clear steps to enforce the.
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Documenting Desegregation: Segregation in American Workplaces by Race, Ethnicity, and Sex, – Article (PDF Available) in American Sociological Review 71(4).
In Documenting Desegregation their statistical analysis provides the basis for a historical account of how, when, and where American private-sector firms did and did not manage to dismantle workplace barriers to equal employment opportunity for women and African Americans.
As Donald Tomaskovic-Devey and Kevin Stainback show in their book Documenting Desegregation, ever since the reign of Clarence Thomas as head of the EEOC in the s, the Equal Employment Author: Philip Cohen.
EXCERPT FROM DOCUMENTING DESEGREGATION, KEVIN STAINBACK AND DONALD TOMASKOVIC-DEVEY (, RUSSELL SAGE) METHODOLOGICAL APPENDIX: USE OF EEO-1 DATA.
This appendix provides a deeper introduction to the EEO-1 data that support this book and the analytic choices we have made. The most complete description of the data can. Documenting desegregation --Hyper-segregation in the pre-Civil Rights period --The era of uncertainty, to --The short regulatory decade, to --Desegregation in the neoliberal era, to --Local labor market competition and new status hierarchies --Sector and industry segregation trajectories --Contemporary workplace.
The Civil Rights Act made employment discrimination on the basis of sex, race, or ethnicity illegal for firms with over 15 employees. Despite this landmark legislation, employment discrimination clearly persists in the workplace today.
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With this book, Clotfelter advances the search for answers by piecing together an impressive collection of quantitative analysis and qualitative evidence.
Still, despite Clotfelter’s painstaking efforts, the manuscript at best provides a mosaic of snapshots of desegregation. In their new book Documenting Desegregation, sociologists Kevin Stainback and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey make the observation that, when the Civil Rights Act was passed inthere was nothing to Author: Philip Cohen.
Emory University was officially desegregated in September of and admitted its first African American undergraduate in the fall of The collection consists of records documenting the process of desegregation and other events relating to racial issues at Emory.
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A new book, Documenting Desegregation, sheds light on how racial inequity really works and why it's so pernicious. The book traces the evolution of equal opportunity policies under the Civil Rights Act since its implementation in the mids.
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