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Accent Discrimination: Implications for the Multicultural Educational Institution of the 21st Century
Based on litigation patterns, discrimination because of accent occurs most frequently in colleges and universities, particularly in the classroom. Accent discrimination cases are unlike other employment discrimination cases because successful claims generally do not depend on qualifications, but on accent's effect on job performance. Specific cases outside and within higher education are compared and implications examined. (MSE)
Author/Creator: Wyld, David C.
Date Published: Fall-Win
Journal/Secondary Title: CUPA Journal
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