"Implicit biases are discriminatory biases based on implicit attitudes or implicit stereotypes. Implicit biases are especially intriguing, and also especially problematic, because they can produce behavior that diverges from a person's avowed or endorsed beliefs or principles."
Greenwald, Anthony G., and Linda Hamilton Krieger. "Implicit Bias: Scientific Foundations." California Law Review 94, no. 4 (2006): 945-67. doi:10.2307/20439056.
Find sources of qualitative training & support at UNC. Learn about resources for how to search for and evaluate qualitative research, integrate qualitative research into systematic reviews, report/publish qualitative research, and more. Includes some Mixed Methods resources.
This guide is an outgrowth of the three-day Strengthening Faculty Voice through Appreciative Inquiry workshop for the UNC faculty, sponsored by Carolina’s Office of Faculty Governance, Center for Faculty Excellence, and Institute for the Arts and Humanities, originally held May 19-21, 2010, Chapel Hill, NC.
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