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Race, Culture, Psychology, and Law is the only book to provide summaries and analyses of culturally competent psychological and social services encountered within the U.S. legal arena. The book is broad in scope and covers the knowledge and practice crucial in providing comprehensive services to ethnic, racial, and cultural minorities. Topics include the importance of race relations, psychological testing and evaluation, racial “profiling,” disparities in death penalty conviction, immigration and domestic violence, asylum seekers, deportations and civil rights, juvenile justice, cross-cultural lawyering, and cultural competency in the administration of justice.
Chapter 9: The Consequences of Racial and Ethnic Origins Harassment in the Workplace: Conceptualization and Assessment
Mr. Castellano had worked for an auto parts store for 15 years. In this time, he had married, obtained a college degree, and moved from a clerical sales position to an assistant manager position. His goal was to become manager of his small department and eventually manager of his store. However, assigned a new manager, he found himself criticized at least twice a week and threatened being written up for uncooperative, insubordinate behavior in the form of questioning his manager's decisions. He was repeatedly reminded that his position was at-will employment, which he understood to ...