Racism, Prejudice, and Discrimination in the Workplace

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Racism, Prejudice, and Discrimination in the Workplace

The workplace, including its composition and internal organization, is subjected to extensive regulation by the state. The civil society and its voluntary associations, have in fact, an important function with regards to workplace matters. In particular, they serve as a buffer against the state and an autonomous domain. Without them, differences and individual voices can eventually challenge the prevailing political order. But civil society and associational life in particular, perform other crucial functions that depend not on separating and shielding individuals from the society at large but on linking them to each other and to the society.

In general, workplaces have grown to be more sociable, cooperative and integrated. Nonetheless, issues appear to be inevitable in any working environment. For instance, most workplaces are hardly a domain of freedom, equality or democracy. It is a common tendency that personal choices in the workplace are sacrificed, particularly in terms of the people a work...

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