Inequities in Higher Education. Issues and Promising Practices in a World Ambivalent about Affirmative Action. Journal of Social Issues

  • ID: 2248971
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 228 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Diversity has proven positive affect on the community with in an institution of Higher Education, enriching students′ lives and impacting faculty satisfaction. The Supreme Court′s 2003 decision in Grutter v. Bollinger demonstrated how fragile the future of Affirmative Action is in facilitating diversity in higher education. This volume provides a forum to discuss the ways to increase and strategies to manage diversity with in the legal and political boundaries of the United States in the absence of Affirmative Action.
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Journal of Social Issues.

Inequities in Higher Education: Issues and Promising Practices in a World Ambivalent about Affirmative Action.

Issue Editors: Yolanda Flores Niemann and Geoffrey Maruyama.

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Inequities in Higher Education: Issues and Promising Practices in a World Ambivalent about Affirmative Action.

Yolanda Flores Niemann and Geoffrey Maruyama.

The Role of Pre–Collegiate Partnership Programs in Environments Ambivalent about Affirmative Action: Reflections and Outcomes from an Early Implementation.

Geoffrey Maruyama, Maggie Burke, and Carlos Mariani.

Mentoring in a Post–Affirmative Action World.

Jean E. Girves, Yolanda Zepeda, and Judith K. Gwathmey.

Getting There is Only Half the Battle: Stigma Consciousness and Maintaining Diversity in Higher Education.

Elizabeth C. Pinel, Leah R. Warner, and Poh–Pheng Chua.

Affirmative Action and Job Satisfaction: Understanding Underlying Processes.

Yolanda Flores Niemann and John F. Dovidio.

Understanding the Relationship Between Egalitarianism and Affective Bias: Avenues to Reducing Prejudice Among Adolescents.

Joshua L. Rabinowitz, Michele A. Wittig, Malte von Braun, Roman Franke, and Lysann Zander–Music.

Affirmative Reaction: The Influence of Type of Justification on Nonbeneficiary Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action Plans in Higher Education.

Jennifer L. Knight and Michelle R. Hebl.

Bar None: Extending Affirmative Action to Higher Education in Prison.

María Elena Torre and Michelle Fine.

The Next Generation of Diversity and Intergroup Relations Research.

Sylvia Hurtado

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Dr. Yolanda Flores Niemann is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Comparative Ethics Studies at Washington State University; And an Affiliate Faculty in Women Studies and Graduate Faculty in American Studies. Her current research interests include effects of stereotypes across various domains, the social ecological contexts of stereotyping, the psychological effects of tokenism and overcoming obstacles to Latina/o higher education.

Dr. Geoffrey Maruyama is a Professor of Educational Psychology and Interim Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. His interests in the future of diverse urban schools has led him to reearch a range of issues in schools including, school schedules and structures, teaching approaches and student background characteristics.

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