Despite progress in the 1960s and 1970s, the desegregation of US employment has largely ground to a halt. In new research, John-Paul Ferguson finds that, in addition, individual workplaces have actually become more segregated over the past three decades. They comment that until now, workplace segregation has been little-studied; their results show that society has made less progress in […]
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