|There are a range of government and organisational interventions designed to reduce prejudice and enhance equality. This symposium includes 5 speakers who each examine the unintended consequences of such interventions and the implications for the implementations of practical interventions.|
University of Exeter. Exeter. UK and University of Groningen. The Netherlands.
221/8501 The Demands of Diversity Philosophies: Strategic Self-Stereotyping Among Racial Minorities
(1) Kirby, Teri A.; (2) Kaiser, Cheryl R.
(1) University of Exeter, UK; (2) University of Washington, USA
221/8502 Unintended consequences resulting from media coverage of wise interventions
(1) Ikizer, Elif
(1) University of Connecticut, USA
221/8503 Body weight mindsets: The double-edged sword effects of weight beliefs on anti-fat prejudice and self-stigma
(1) Hoyt, Crystal; (2) Burnette, Jeni L.
(1) Jepson School of Leadership Studies and Department of Psychology , University of Richmond, USA; (2) Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, USA
221/8504 Aspirational targets as a diversity management tool: Diversity outcomes and implications for inclusion.
(1) O’Brien, Anne; (2) Peters, Kim; (3) Kurz, Tim
(1) The Business School, University of Exeter, UK; (2) School of Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia; (3) Department of Psychology, University of Bath, UK
221/8505 Trapped between a rock and a hard place? Family-friendly policies and the evaluation of mothers
(1) Morgenroth, Thekla; (2) Heilman, Madeline
(1) University of Exeter, UK; (2) New York University, USA