Semester Theme: Race and Inequality in Organizations
0220 ROSS (in person)
0220 ROSS (in person)
Interplay of individual and societal factors in the production of group-based social inequality. How individual differences in prejudice and anti-egalitarianism interact with perceived threats to the status quo to drive behaviors aimed at maintaining inequality. Speaker: Arnold Ho, UM Organizational Studies & Psychology Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies

Semester Theme: Race and Inequality in Organizations

FALL 2021 ICOS LECTURE SERIES

icon to add this event to your google calendarSeptember 24, 2021
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
0220 ROSS (in person)
Sponsored by: Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies
Contact Information: ICOS Coordinator: ssholden@umich.edu
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Interplay of individual and societal factors in the production of group-based social inequality. How individual differences in prejudice and anti-egalitarianism interact with perceived threats to the status quo to drive behaviors aimed at maintaining inequality. Speaker: Arnold Ho, UM Organizational Studies & Psychology