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Getting the words right : when wording of job ads affects ethnic minorities’ application decisions

Lien Wille (UGent) and Eva Derous (UGent)
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ADVERSE IMPACT, PERSONNEL-SELECTION, META-STEREOTYPES, DIVERSITY, RECRUITMENT, PERSONALITY, IDENTITY, ORGANIZATIONS, ATTRACTION, DIMENSIONS

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Wille, Lien, and Eva Derous. 2017. “Getting the Words Right : When Wording of Job Ads Affects Ethnic Minorities’ Application Decisions.” Management Communication Quarterly 31 (4): 533–558.
APA
Wille, Lien, & Derous, E. (2017). Getting the words right : when wording of job ads affects ethnic minorities’ application decisions. MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY, 31(4), 533–558.
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Wille L, Derous E. Getting the words right : when wording of job ads affects ethnic minorities’ application decisions. MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY. 2017;31(4):533–58.
MLA
Wille, Lien, and Eva Derous. “Getting the Words Right : When Wording of Job Ads Affects Ethnic Minorities’ Application Decisions.” MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY 31.4 (2017): 533–558. Print.
@article{8514590,
  author       = {Wille, Lien and Derous, Eva},
  issn         = {0893-3189},
  journal      = {MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {533--558},
  title        = {Getting the words right : when wording of job ads affects ethnic minorities{\textquoteright} application decisions},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0893318917699885},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {2017},
}

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