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The Experiences Of African American Women Faculty And Administrators In Higher Education: Has Anything Changed?

C. L. Patitu, Kandace G. Hinton
Published 2003 · Psychology

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This chapter explores factors of concern for, and overall experiences of, African American female faculty and administrators, including salary issues, affirmative action, racism, sexism, homophobia, campus climate, isolation, tenure and promotion processes, and salary.
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