Connecting DEI to explicit and implicit gendered workplace discrimination, harassment, and assault: a commentary on 2019 Marketing Climate Survey

Susan Dobscha, GENMAC, Catherine Coleman, Jenna Drenten, Shelagh Ferguson, Stacey Finklestein-Young, Lauren Guerreri, Robert Harrison, Wendy Hein, H. Rika Houston, Laura McVey, Abigail Nappier Cherup, Jacob Ostberg, Nacima Ourahmoune, Lisa Penaloza, Kate Pounders, Andrea Prothero, Shona Bettany, Katherine Sredl, Laurel SteinfieldLinda Tuncay Zeyer

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Abstract

We would like to thank Russell Winer and the editorial board of Marketing Letters for providing us with an opportunity to respond to the article entitled, “2019 Academic Marketing Climate Survey: Motivation, Results, and Recommendations,” by Galak and Kahn in this issue. We applaud these two scholars for their initiative and consider our group to be an important ally in raising awareness of the widespread nature and seriousness of gender discrimination, harassment and assault (DHA hereafter) in our field.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)341-347
Number of pages7
JournalMarketing Letters
Volume32
Issue number3
Early online date27 Sep 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Sep 2021

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