Accordingly the Sikhs in Punjab, Muslims in Jammu and Kashimir and Christians in Nagaland and Sikhim are not minorities
Two of eight senior managers and three of 19 corporate officers are black, including Chief Marketing Officer Margaret Jenkins, who oversees a budget of $50 million and spends nearly $16 million on marketing to minorities
During these four decades, a second generation of discrimination has emerged which serves to abridge or deny minorities
their equal voting rights.
report that, by rigorously exploring how to succeed, IE demystifies graduate school More importantly, students note that IE provides an opportunity to contemplate in an entrepreneurial fashion how to utilize their intellectual capital to give back to the community.
In light of the dearth of research available on how sexual minorities
negotiate homophobia in day-to-day interactions, it may be reasonable to refer to some aspects of Philomena Essed's work on "everyday racism.
The finding that mattering did not significantly predict wellness for the minority group was surprising in that a positive sense of mattering has been linked with an overall sense of well-being, particularly for minorities
(Herring, 1997; Noam, 1999).
I don't see the number of minorities
in medical schools increasing the next few years," said Ukpo.
He argues in his opening chapter that viewing whites as a future minority not only assumes that all minorities
share the same social position, it also "discounts the ability" of non-black minority groups to assimilate into the white majority.
Unfortunately, there are often limited opportunities for racial and ethnic minorities
to receive training in CAM research due to a lack of resources at their home institutions, a lack of opportunities to develop the research skills via both didactic training and interactions with a critical mass of CAM research scientists, and a lack of state-of-the-art technology relevant to CAM.
This sets the stage for some of the basic arguments of the book that historically religious minorities
have been a minute group, which unlike some Muslim ethnic groups, have had no claim on any discrete part of Iran's territory.
move up the ladder, from newly hired graduate status toward partnership levels of a firm, each group experiences different degrees of upward mobility.
The centre also provides sympathetic access to the police for those from the minorities
Based on the 1990 National Census data, it is projected that by the year 2010, ethnic and racial minorities
(Asian Americans, African-Americans and Hispanics) as a group will constitute a 51% population majority in the United States, with Caucasians becoming a minority (Wheaton, 1995; Walton, 1994).
My favorite paragraph in this document is what I call the "desperate" clause: "Goals for minorities
and a separate single goal for women have been established.
Similarly, statistical imbalances in its work force impelled Eagan, MN-based Northwest Airlines in 1991 to spend $40 million to accelerate the hiring and promotion of minorities
, establish minority scholarships, and award back pay to minority employees.