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Issue Analysis Short Paper
Due: 5 June 2022 at 11:59 pm
This paper is the first in a series to help you prepare your final project. Below you will find four
topics that concern different aspects of diversity in the workplace. You will pick one that
interests you. Presumably this will be the topic for your final project as well, although you can
change later in the semester if you really want to. Then you will read the materials that address
the issue you have chosen. Think about what you have read and then answer the following
questions. I expect each answer to be between about 250 and 500 words. The paper is worth
100 points towards your final grade and will be due on 5 June. Remember this to help you begin
thinking about and to prepare for the final project. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Your questions to consider are:
1) What is the topic you have chosen? At a first glance, what seem to be the compliance
issues that might be involved in addressing this topic?
2) How might this topic relate to workplace climate and quality of work life?
3) How do you see intersectionality play out in the analysis and experience of this topic in
relation to the workplace?
I) Crown Act
a. “The House Passes the CROWN Act, a bill banning Discrimination on Race-
b. Tchenga, “Essay: Black Women’s Hair and Natural Hairstyles in the Workplace:
Expanding the Definition of Race under Title VII”
II) Veiling in the Workplace
a. “Religious Garb and Grooming in the Workplace: Rights and Responsibilities”
b. Koura, “Navigating Islam: The Hijab and the American Workplace”
III) Mental Health in the Workplace:
a. “Depression, PTSD, & Other Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace: Your
Legal Rights” (EEO Website)
b. Wheat, et al. “Mental Illness and the Workplace: conceal or reveal?”
IV) Gender vs. sexuality in the Workplace:
a. “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Discrimination” (EEO Website)
b. “Sex and Gender Discrimination in the Workplace”
c. Giuffre and Caviness, “Sexuality, Employment, and Discrimination”