Using your sociological imagination, consider structural, social barriers that may account for racial or ethnic discrimination in the workplace.
Using your sociological imagination, critique the information presented in Fortune and Money Magazine regarding race and ethnicity in the workplace. Use Blacks on the Bubble to argue that individualistic explanations alone can not account for racial and ethnic inequality in the workplace.
Blacks on the Bubble: The Vulnerability of Black Executives in White Corporations
Does Race Still Matter?
Is Racial Bias Holding You Back at Work?
Race Ethnicity and the Workplace Name Affiliation/Institution Date Race Ethnicity and the Workplace The minority groups have been subjected to different forms of discrimination, and these entire stem from the fact that one belongs to the Hispanic, African-American, or the Asian ethnic group. Regardless of place or setting, some members of the minority groups have been on the receiving end of some of the meanest forms of racial discrimination. In