Sex Discrimination in the Workplace is an interdisciplinary volume that examines the various approaches to the study of sex discrimination and explores solutions and interventions. With riveting first-hand accounts from plaintiffs, lawyers and expert witnesses who have mounted battles against discriminatory employers, it is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to gain a better understanding of precisely what sex discrimination is and what can be done to combat it.
- Examines sex discrimination through the eyes of law, economics, sociology, and psychology, providing expert descriptions of the fundamental research related to sex discrimination and their field
- Contains first hand accounts of sex discrimination cases, many of which relate to landmark contemporary incidents
- Concludes with solutions to the problems of discrimination from individual, organizational, and societal perspectives
- Written in clear, engaging prose with contributions from eminent scholars