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Confronting Diversity Issues on Campus
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Confronting Diversity Issues on Campus


Volume: 6
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Study Skills (PG)

October 1993 | 120 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The authors of this volume discuss diversity issues such as admission policies and the role of ethnic studies departments, then suggest strategies for dealing with questions of racism, diversity and intercultural communication. Suggestions range from ways to improve intercultural interpersonal skills through to the broad structural changes needed if a university is to embrace its diverse population.
 
The Unwritten Organization
 
What Did You Say You Were? Am I a Racist?
 
Communication, Communication, Communication!
 
Dealing with Conflict and Diversity in the Academic Community
 
Toward New Racial and Cultural Boundaries in the Academy

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