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SOC 235 - Racial, Cultural, & Ethnic Diversity: Find Books

This guide provides information for the Book Review Assignment.

Kirtland Library Catalog


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Noun: Advocates for people from underrepresented or marginalized groups. An ally takes action to support people outside of their own group.

Adj: A term used to describe people whose gender identity matches the sex they were assigned at birth. Often abbreviated to cis.

Corporate Social Responsibility
Noun: Practicing good corporate citizenship by going beyond profit maximization to make a positive impact on communities and societies.

Emotional Tax
Noun: The combination of being on guard to protect against bias, feeling different at work because of gender, race, and/or ethnicity, and the associated effects on health, well-being, and ability to thrive at work.

Noun: Treating everyone the same way, often while assuming that everyone also starts out on equal footing or with the same opportunities.

Noun: Working toward fair outcomes for people or groups by treating them in ways that address their unique advantages or barriers.

Noun: The intertwining of social identities such as gender, race, ethnicity, social class, religion, sexual orientation, and/or gender identity, which can result in unique experiences, opportunities, and barriers.

Noun: The concept that there is great diversity in how people’s brains are wired and work, and that neurological differences should be valued in the same way we value any other human variation.

Non-Binary (also known as Genderqueer)

Adj: A category for a fluid constellation of gender identities beyond the woman/man gender binary.

Unconscious Bias

Noun: An implicit association, whether about people, places, or situations, which are often based on mistaken, inaccurate, or incomplete information and include the personal histories we bring to the situation.

Work-Life Effectiveness
Noun: A talent management strategy that focuses on doing the best work at the best time with the best talent. It helps businesses create flexibility, enhance agility, and drive mutually beneficial solutions for both employers and employees.

Workplace Inclusion
Noun: An atmosphere where all employees belong, contribute, and can thrive. Requires deliberate and intentional action.

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A Sample of What's On the Shelves of the Kirtland Library For Your Project

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Call Numbers from the Kirtland Catalog

Check out these sections of the Kirtland Library for specific areas on - Racial, Cultural & Ethnic Diversity

  •    E 49 - 199  Americans...
  •    HQ 9 - 281 Family...& 1034 Same Sex Marriage
  •    LC 2575   LGBT Youth
  •    KF 540 LGBT Families
  •    RA 418.5    Culture in Healthcare