Given the changing work force demographics and the increased globalization of businesses, the usage of a multidimensional construct to assess racioethnic differences in job‐related attitudes and behaviors may be able to provide researchers and practitioners with a better understanding of how to more effectively manage diverse individuals within various organizational contexts. As such, it is purported that racioethnicity is multidimensional, with at least three dimensions: physioethnicity, the physical dimension; socioethnicity, the sociocultural dimension; and psychoethnicity, the psychological dimension. It is further posited that examining socioethnicity and psychoethnicity, in addition to physioethnicity, will enable researchers and practitioners to assess the sociocultural and psychological dimensions of racioethnicity and their affects on various organizational behavioral outcomes, which have traditionally been ignored.
Friday, S.S., Friday, E. and Moss, S.E. (2004), "Multiple dimensions of racioethnicity: Physioethnicity, socioethnicity, and psychoethnicity", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 23 No. 6, pp. 500-517. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621710410541105Download as .RIS
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