Six Rules for Learning About Your Dominant and Subordinated Group Identities
Abstract:Learning to own our multiple group identities—both dominant and subordinated—is a complex journey. When we are willing to pay attention to both the challenges and opportunities along the way, the richness and potential of interactions across difference can be more readily actualized. In this article, author Lynda Stolzman examines the concept of group identity and membership in the workplace, from both a dominant and subordinated perspective.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2004
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