Affirmative Action, Hate Speech, and Tenure: Narratives about Race, Law, and the Academy
Psychology Press, 2002 - 204 strani
This book studies the 'race-based' legal cases and literature surrounding three seemingly different practices in the academy: affirmative action in college administrations, hate speech codes, and tenure of faculty of colour.
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