activity 10 social diversity (1).pdf - Article#1(citation 0.25pts The influence of the gender and race of the judge and the type of discrimination

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Article #1 (citation; 0.25pts): The influence of the gender and race of the judge and the type of discrimination charge on court case outcomes by David Terpstra et al. Hypothesis (come up with one if the article does not provide one; 0.5pts): examine whether the demographics of the US federal judiciary and the type of employment discrimination charge influence federal employment discrimination case outcomes. Theories used and definition (N/A if none explicitly mentioned; 0.5pts): N/A What data was used? (e.g. surveys, ethnographies, interviews, government statistics, experiments, systematic/literature review, etc.)? (0.5pts): Chi-square analysis was used. the researchers generated a random sample of cases over a relatively broad time frame utilizing the Lexis electronic database in a query of only US district court cases Methodology (Sample size, qualitative or quantitative study or both/mixed methods; how was the data processed and analyzed? (1pt): 401 randomly selected employment discrimination cases were examined by utilizing chi square analysis to test the interaction effects of race and gender along with four different charges of employment discrimination. Results (1pt): The findings suggest that the outcomes of employment discrimination cases are a function of the interaction of the judges’ gender and race along with the type of discrimination charge (e.g. gender, race, age, or disability discrimination) involved in the case.The current findings
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