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Apologists and the Big Picture

Apologists and the Big Picture CommentaryApologists and the Big Picture SAGE Publications, Inc.1993DOI: 10.1177/0734371X9301300408 Antonio Sisneros For the sake of collegiality I will assume appropriate statistical treatment of data and application of analysis on the part of the commentator. This assumption made, it should be noted that the commentator's own findings indicate that "Hispanic SES members of 1980 and 1990 are similar on the most important response items." In addition, the commentator reports, "From 1980 to 1990, the proportions of Hispanic executives who responded they experienced organizational norms reflecting no concern for the minority community appears to have remained the same, indicating no change has occurred over the ten-year period." Finally, the commentator concludes with the statement that " ... race relations have remained the same since 1980." The commentator has reached the same broad conclusion I did -- namely, that poor race relations within the reaches of SES have remained poor since 1980. I maintain that my contention of continuing poor race relations is valid, and that this contention is confirmed, for the 1980-1990 time period, by the views expressed by a new (Apologists ... continued from page 1) and different corps of Hispanic SES'ers (only 29 percent of Hispanics surveyed in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of Public Personnel Administration SAGE

Apologists and the Big Picture

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CommentaryApologists and the Big Picture SAGE Publications, Inc.1993DOI: 10.1177/0734371X9301300408 Antonio Sisneros For the sake of collegiality I will assume appropriate statistical treatment of data and application of analysis on the part of the commentator. This assumption made, it should be noted that the commentator's own findings indicate that "Hispanic SES members of 1980 and 1990 are similar on the most important response items." In addition, the commentator reports, "From 1980 to 1990, the proportions of Hispanic executives who responded they experienced organizational norms reflecting no concern for the minority community appears to have remained the same, indicating no change has occurred over the ten-year period." Finally, the commentator concludes with the statement that " ... race relations have remained the same since 1980." The commentator has reached the same broad conclusion I did -- namely, that poor race relations within the reaches of SES have remained poor since 1980. I maintain that my contention of continuing poor race relations is valid, and that this contention is confirmed, for the 1980-1990 time period, by the views expressed by a new (Apologists ... continued from page 1) and different corps of Hispanic SES'ers (only 29 percent of Hispanics surveyed in
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