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A Survey Of Employment Discrimination In Ten Major Cities In China

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A survey is carried out to explore employment discrimination in ten major cities in China. Researchers followed strict guidelines when questioning the interviewees and noting down their answers. The questionnaire was composed of individuals' circumstances, discrimination while seeking employment, discrimination within the domain of work, discrimination in social and political life, individuals' subjective view and judgment of employment discrimination and individuals' identification with and attitude towards discrimination. This chapter provides an objective and comprehensive understanding of the current situation on discrimination in employment. It also provides a reliable foundation for anti-discrimination measures. The chapter presents definitions of statistical terminology such as case, frequency, mean, standard deviation and valid percent.

Keywords: case; China; employment discrimination; frequency; mean; standard deviation; statistical terminology; survey; valid percent



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