White Possession in the Workplace
In chapter seven, I demonstrate how white possession functions subjectively through the ascription of racial inferiority, exclusion and collusion within the work environment by examining the affidavits presented in a racial discrimination case involving an Aboriginal nurse and her white co-workers at a major metropolitan hospital.
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