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Title: Career progression of black managers
Author: Horsford, Bernard I.
Awarding Body: Cranfield University
Current Institution: Cranfield University
Date of Award: 2003
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Abstract:
This research programme examined the factors that affect the career progression of Black managers in the United Kingdom. The research comprised two distinct but related studies. The first study was a qualitative investigation of the factors affecting the career progression of Black managers (n = 64). The main finding from the first study was that for some the achievement of high salaries and senior positions may be at the expense of one's positive Black racial identity attitudes and wellbeing. The second study was a quantitative examination of aspects revealed as important correlates of career success in study 1. Two hundred and sixty-one respondents (97 Black and 163 White respondents) across all major industry sectors participated. The results of the second study confirmed that Black managers were more disadvantaged than their White peers. The proposition that for some Black managers a 'sell out' effect occurs was supported.
Supervisor: Asch, Rachel Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.274220  DOI: Not available
Keywords: Racial identity Labor Sociology Human services Management
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