Muslim woman seeking work: An English case study with a dutch comparison, of discrimination and achievement

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Christopher Bagley; Mahmoud Abubaker;

© 2016 by the author.The measurement of discrimination in employment is a key variable in understanding dynamics in the nature of, and change in "race relations". Measuring such discrimination using 'situation' and 'correspondence' tests was influenced by John Rex's soc... View more
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