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Prejudice and Behavioral Archetypes: A New Model for Cultural-Diversity Training

Presents a new model to help corporate cultural diversity trainers help training participants become better and more effective "citizens" in their increasingly diverse corporate cultures. Discusses why some organizational acts and actors are seen as offensive whereas others are not. Incorporates intent and style into a model with four archetypes, with prejudice and interpersonal competence as independent dimensions. (SR)

  • Author/Creator: Sussman, Lyle
  • Date Published: Mar
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Business Communication Quarterly
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 60
  • Year: 1997

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