Attitudes and Advocacy: Understanding Faculty Views on Racial/Ethnic Diversity

  • Julie J. Park
  • Nida Denson
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This paper investigates how "Diversity Advocacy," a variable measuring faculty attitudes towards racial/ethnic diversity, varies across demographic characteristics, academic rank, discipline, and institutional type in a dataset of 38,580 full-time faculty. Significant predictors of Diversity Advocacy include gender, race/ethnicity, discipline, incorporation of readings related to race/ethnicity and gender, and civic values. CR - Copyright © 2009 Ohio State University Press

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  • Julie J. Park

  • Nida Denson

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