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Discrimination: A Mountain of Evidence and No Solutions
The new scientific imperative in discrimination research is less about documenting the problem, and more about solving it.
- July 29, 2016
- CBR - Behavioral Science
Study after study has demonstrated that discrimination against minorities—in employment, in housing, and in other areas of life—is a global problem. The new scientific imperative is less about further documenting the problem, and more about solving it.
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