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Defensiveness, Resistance, Backlash, Scapegoating, and Blame

Volume: 5 Issue: 1 Published: September 1992
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Table of contents
"You Americans Are So Arrogant": Resistance on the international level
Resistance is part of the change process: Change can be frightening
"We can't call people racist!": Clarence Hardy of the EPA recommends an alternative type of confrontation
"Defensiveness"- A stage of development: An Interview with Milton and Janet Bennett
Minimize resistance at the start: Overal goal of diversity training is important
How Whites can grow in racial identity: The impact of racism on Whites and their emotional reponses
A novel entree into diversity: The Myers Briggs Type Indicator- a tool for overcoming resistance
Resistance- What is it? : Consultant Darya Funches analyzes the term
Overcoming our need to blame: "Celebrate the uniqueness of each person"
Resource Review: Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain
Resource Review: The Business of Paradigms
Resource Review: Bridging Cultural Barriers: Managing Ethnic Diversity in the Workplace
Resource Review: Communicating Non-Defensively
Resource Review: Third World Resources, A Quarterly Review of Resources From & About the Third World
Culture Memo: Persons with Disabilities
Spotlight: Government Diversity Champions (Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs)
Readers' Forum: "How do I respond to people who resist considering sexual orientation as a dimension of diversity?"

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