xii, 200 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9781905785896 paperback 1905785895 paperback
This volume examines international experience in measuring equality and discrimination. It highlights good practice developed in Ireland.
"This book is based on the papers presented at a conference in Dublin in June 2010, entitled 'Making Equality Count'."--P. vii.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : making equality count /Laurence Bond, Frances McGinnity, Emma and Helen Russell Experience of discrimination in Ireland : evidence from self-report data /Helen Russell, Frances McGinnity, Emma Quinn and Rebecca King O'Riain Measuring discrimination : what do field experiments of markets tell us? /Judith Rich Are Eamon and Eithne more employable than Hardeep and Heike? Evidence from a field experiment in Ireland /Frances McGinnity, Jacqueline Nelson, Peter D. Lunn and Emma Quinn Social psychology of discrimination : theory, measurement and consequences /Ananthi Al Ramiah, Miles Hewstone, John F. Dovidio and Louis A. Penner Racism and colorism in post-racial societies /William Darity Jr. Assessing unequal treatment : gender and pay /Mary Gregory Disability and social inclusion in Ireland /Brenda Gannon and Brian Nolan Multiple disadvantage : Evidence on gender and disability from the 2006 Census /Dorothy Watson and Peter D. Lunn.