Accession Number : ADA181946
Title : How Minorities Continue to Be Excluded from Equal Employment Opportunities: Research on Labor Market and Institutional Barriers.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV BALTIMORE MD CENTER FOR SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF SCHOOLS
Personal Author(s) : Braddock,Jomills H , II ; McPartland,James M
PDF Url : ADA181946
Report Date : Apr 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 94
Abstract : Barriers to equal occupational opportunities for minorities are examined at three stages of the employment process: the job candidate stage, the job entry stage, and the job promotional stage. Using the authors' recent survey of 4078 employers covering a nationally representative sample of jobs, four types of exclusionary barriers are investigated: 'segregated networks' at the candidate stage, 'information bias' and 'statistical discrimination; at the entry stage and 'closed internal markets; at the promotion stage. Practical implications are drawn for equal employment opportunity policies directed toward occupational processes and employment outcomes. Keywords: Organization equity; Affirmative action; Race relations; Career mobility.
Descriptors : *CAREERS, *MINORITIES, *LABOR MARKETS, *RACE RELATIONS, MOBILITY, EMPLOYMENT, INTERNAL, MARKETING, BIAS, DISCRIMINATION, STATISTICS, JOB ANALYSIS, JOBS, OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Sociology and Law
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE