Minority Populations

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    Minority Recruiting in the New York City Police Department: Part I. The Attraction of Candidates; Part II. The Retention of Candidates

    The Police Department increased the proportion of minority group recruits from 8 percent in 1957 to 18 percent in 1969. Nonetheless, since the city population is 31 percent black and Puerto Rican, further efforts at minority recruiting are required.

    Jan 1, 1971

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    Notes on Minority Policies in Laos, by Arthur D. Stillman.

    Rapidly being enlisted on one side or the other as a result of the Southeast Asian war, the minorities in Laos are briefly profiled in these notes dealing with the social, economic, and political effects of the conflict between the Royal Lao and Path...

    Jan 1, 1970

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    Race Differences in Income

    Compares the entire nonwhite/white income distribution over time, for individuals, for families, and for males and females; corrects for age, educational, and occupational distribution; and uses a new technique for determining inequality within groups.

    Jan 1, 1970

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    Small company strategy in minority group employment

    Suggested personnel policies for small companies recruiting and hiring members of minority groups. Small companies can capitalize on their size by emphasizing more personal and informal human relationships in their recruiting activity. They can upg...

    Jan 1, 1966

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    Q. Burkhart

    Senior Statistical Analyst
    Education M.S. in statistics, North Carolina State University; B.A. in applied mathematics, Brown University

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    Erik D. Storholm

    Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D., New York University; Clinical Internship, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center; Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco Medical Center

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    Eunice C. Wong

    Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara; B.A. in psychology, Barnard College, Columbia University