Minority Recruitment and Retention in Arl Libraries. Spec Kit 167

This spec kit presents the results of a survey which determined employment practices of Association of Research Libraries (arl) member libraries in 1990 in the areas of cultural diversity, minority recruitment, and affirmative action. Categories surveyed in the area of minority recruitment include h...

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Main Author: Burrows, Janice H.
Corporate Author: Association of Research Libraries, Washington, Dc. Office ofManagement Services
Format: Microfilm
Language:English
Published: Association of Research Libraries, 1990.
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