1 0 obj Was your worst experience of ________________________ also your VERY FIRST experience?Response Categories:     YES -   GO TO H4. Pay discrimination also occurs when a difference in pay has an unlawful basis such as race or sex. You were denied a bank loan? To learn more, take a deep dive with our guide to Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace. At any time in your life, have you ever been UNFAIRLY fired?2. 12. MORE THAN ONCE (SPECIFY):GO TO H1c.H1b. (In Press)•    Williams, D.R., Haile, R., Mohammed, S.A., Herman, A., Sonnega, J., Jackson, J.S., Stein, D.J. How did this experience make you feel? You were not hired for a job? At any time in your life, have you ever been unfairly fired?2. Overall, how much has discrimination interfered with you having a full and productive life?1. Prismatic Metropolis: Inequality in Los Angeles. •    Source:  Sternthal, M.J., Slopen, N., Williams, D.R. Gender discrimination survey questions template is created to collect responses from employees at workplace to know if they have experienced gender discrimination. For unfair reasons, do you think you have ever not been hired for a job?3. Oxford, Academic Press. 1997; 2(3):335-351. 4 0 obj ):  What do you think is the main reason for these experiences? 1990; 30 (12), 1273-1281. (CHECK MORE THAN ONE IF VOLUNTEERED).RECOMMENDED OPTIONS1. How often do your coworkers direct racial or ethnic slurs or jokes at you?8. "Victimi-ation studies"refer to surveys, polls or interviews that ask respondents whether they have experienced discrimination in the workplace. 2011 6(11):e27636.•    Williams, D.R., John, D., Oyserman, D., Sonnega, J., Mohammed, S.A., Jackson, J.S. 6. c. Expanded Everyday Discrimination Scale  A 10thitem was added to the original scale: “You are followed around in stores.”  This scale was used in the National Survey of American Life (NSAL) and the South African Study of Stress and Health study (SASH) 4 Have you ever been UNFAIRLY denied medical care or provided medical care that was worse than what other people get?19. (CHECK MORE THAN ONE IF VOLUNTEERED).H4. Do you think you  have ever been unfairly fired or denied a promotion?2. NOH5. •    Source: Kessler, R.C., Mickelson, K., and Williams, D.R. Nursing Research, 2002 51(3): 183-190.•    Jackson, J.S., Williams, D.R., and Torres, M.  “Perceptions of Discrimination, Health and Mental Health:  The Social Stress Process.”  2002 Socioeconomic Conditions, Stress and Mental Disorders:  Toward a New Syn of Research and Public Policy. 1999 40(3):208-230.•    Collins, C., and Williams, D.R. Accepted it as a fact of life. Public Health Reports, 2001. It's unlawful to discriminate against an employee based on age if they're older … Age discrimination in the workplace: Validation of the Nordic Age Discrimination Scale (NADS). (CHECK MORE THAN ONE IF VOLUNTEERED).1. “The Prevalence, Distribution, and Mental Health Correlates of Perceived Discrimination in the United States.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. You are threatened or harassed. A lot2. How often do you feel that you are ignored or not taken seriously by your boss?10. stream 1995 Pp. You were prevented from renting or buying a home in the neighborhood you wanted? You receive poorer service than other people at restaurants or stores.4. 1997; 9:231-261. Ashmore (eds. “Race, Place, and Discrimination.” in Carol Gardner (ed. Your ethnicity………1    Your gender………2    Your race………3    Your age………4    Your religion………5    Your physical appearance………6    Your sexual orientation………7    Your income level/social class………8    Other Specify __________ 2. Sought or found spiritual comfort and support.Global Evaluation            H7. “Segregation and Mortality: The Deadly Effects of Racism.” Sociological Forum. Epub 2018 Feb 2. Criticized or lectured yourself. 11. Your Age    5. ONCE5. •    Adapted from 2 sources:o    McNeilly, M.D., Anderson, N.B., Armstead, C.A., Clark, R., Corbett, M., Robinson, E.L., Pieper, C.F. 2004; 11:88–94.•    Measure:  In your day-to-day life, how often do any of the following things happen to you?1. Have you ever UNFAIRLY received service from someone such as a plumber or car mechanic that was worse than what other people get?20. Your Ancestry or National Origins    b. <>>> Not at all. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 51, 23–30. •    Haas, J.S., Earle, C.C., Orav, J.E., Brawarsky, P., Neville, B.A., Williams, D.R. DHHS pub. Your Sexual Orientationj. ),  Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior, Vol. Man touching woman's knee. Part One: Fighting Workplace Discrimination on a Global Scale Discrimination law in the United States is more evolved than in any other country on Earth. In what year did you first have an experience of ___________________?H1e. This survey template is carefully curated for organizations and has questions that are a balanced mix of demographic and gender discrimination related questions. Sleazy businessman harassing a shocked female coworker. “Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Health: The Interplay Between Discrimination and Socioeconomic Status.” Ethnicity and Disease. How often does your supervisor or boss use racial or ethnic slurs or jokes?5. In addition to what we have talked about, is there any other way you have been treated UNFAIRLY AT WORK, for example, prevented from doing something or been hassled or made to feel inferior?Housing6. How often does your supervisor or boss direct racial or ethnic slurs or jokes at you?6. 2000 2:117-131.•    Schulz, A., Williams, D., Israel, B., Becker, A., Parker, E., James, S., and Jackson, J. 1996; 6 (1,2), 154-166.o    Krieger, N. “Racial and gender discrimination: Risk factors for high blood pressure?” Social Science and Medicine. 1999 40(3):208-230. (PROBE:  ensure that information is included about the age, gender, and race of the perpetrator).H3. Oxford: Oxford University Press. & Lepisto, E.M. “The perceived racism scale: A multidimensional assessment of the experience of white racism among African Americans.” Ethnicity and Disease. “Research on Discrimination and Health: An Exploratory Study of Unresolved Conceptual and Measurement Issues” American Journal of Public Health. Have you ever been UNFAIRLY physically threatened or abused by the police?15. Please tell me how often you have experienced them during the LAST 12 MONTHS.1. “The Prevalence, Distribution, and Mental Health Correlates of Perceived Discrimination in the United States.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. cC[�K`_$�F��(�~XAgg�P� ���Nk�9}BSto��r^/��]��pϴ���t?��}�E�H(�� &*s��(� E��5ؗ0��yCTi�T���X��3Ko�R���_/�2l�*��UI��$�tohj� ����:l�G$?��M���o�p!�ĸ����?�\�&���|w(Z3�7��k����v�l�. Racial and Ethnic Populations.”  Journal of Gerontology: Series B, 2005 60B(Special Issue II):53-62.•    Williams, D.R., and Mohammed, S.A. (2007). People act as if they are afraid of you.6. Your Religion    6. What do you think was the main reason for this (your most recent experience)? 2. Your Height or Weight    7. Have you ever been UNFAIRLY stopped, searched, or questioned by the police?14. (PROBE:  ensure that information is included about the age, gender, and race of the perpetrator).H5c. How many times has this happened in the last year?______________H1d. Sad4. 3 Examples of Discrimination at Work. Cases of workplace discrimination vary drastically from one … What was the main reason? “Perceived Discrimination and Stigma Towards Children Affected by HIV/AIDS and Their HIV-Positive Caregivers in Central Haiti,”  AIDS Care, 2010 22(2):803-815.•    Shariff-Marco, S., Breen, N., Landrine, H., Reeve, B.B., Krieger, N., Gee, G.C., Williams, D.R., Mays, V.M., Ponce, N.A., Alegria, M. “Measuring Everyday Racial/Ethnic Discrimination in Health Surveys.” Du Bois Review, 2011 8(1): 159-177.•    Sternthal, M., Slopen, N., Williams, D.R. How often do you feel that you have to work twice as hard as others work?9. Please tell me how often you have experienced them during the past 12 months.Discrimination (3 items, alpha =.73) 1. People act as if they’re better than you are.8. “Racial Differences in Physical and Mental Health: Socioeconomic Status, Stress, and Discrimination.” Journal of Health Psychology. How often do others assume that you work in a lower status job than you do and treat you as such?11. How certain are you that __________ was the main reason for this experience?Absolutely positive        Pretty sure    Somewhat doubtful    Very doubtfulH5e. 1997 7(5):322-333.•    Clark, R., Anderson, N.B., Clark, V.R., and Williams, D.R. Have you ever been unfairly discouraged by a teacher or advisor from continuing your education? by Niall McCarthy, Oct 24, 2019 Workplace health and wellness in the U.S. 15. And it transcends every aspect of a person's life because everybody sees this. In addition to what we have talked about, have you ever been treated UNFAIRLY, prevented from doing something, or been hassled or made to feel inferior by teachers or classmates?Police/Courts13. & Lepisto, E.M. “The perceived racism scale: A multidimensional assessment of the experience of white racism among African Americans.” Ethnicity and Disease. Experimenters measure varying degrees of discrimination. Please tell me if you did each of the following things A LOT, SOME, or NOT AT ALL:        1. How many times has this happened during your lifetime? Worked harder to prove them wrong.4. The results are Studies show that obese men between the ages of twenty and sixty four pay over a thousand dollars more every year on their medical costs than do people of a healthy weight. You were denied or provided inferior service by a plumber, car mechanic, or other service provider? “Racial Disparities in Health: How Much Does Stress Really Matter?” Du Bois Review, 2011 8(1): 95-113.•    Rooks, Ronica., Xu, Y., Holliman, B., Williams, D.R. “Discrimination, Symptoms of Depression, and Self-rated General Health among African American Women in Detroit:  Longitudinal Results from Eastside Village Health Worker Partnership.”  American Journal of Public Health, 2006 96(7):1265-1270.•    Borrell, L. N., Kiefe, C.I., Williams, D.R., Diez-Roux, A.V., Gordon-Larsen, P.  “Self-Reported Health, Perceived Racial Discrimination, and Skin Color in African Americans in the CARDIA Study.”  Social Science and Medicine, 2006 63:1415-27.•    Richman, L.S., Kohn-Wood, L.P., Williams, D.R., “The Role of Discrimination and Racial Identity for Mental Health Service Utilization.” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2007 26(8): 960-981.•    Oyserman, D., Uskul, A.K., Yoder, N., Nesse, R.M., Williams, D.R., “Unfair Treatment and Self-Regulatory Focus.”  Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology, 2007 43:505-512.•    Williams, D.R., González, H.M., Williams, S., Mohammed, S.A., Moomal, H, Stein, D.J. Have you ever been UNFAIRLY denied a promotion?5. Went on as if nothing had happened. Brown, T.N., Williams, D.R., Torres, M., Sellers, S.L., and Brown, K. “Racism and the Physical and Mental Health Status of African Americans: A Thirteen-Year National Panel Study.” Ethnicity and Disease, 1996 6(1,2):132-147.•    Williams, D.R., Yu, Y., Jackson, J.S., and Anderson, N.B. Everybody judges that person." 2005; 61(7):1576-1596.o    Taylor T.R., Kamarck T.W., Shiffman S. “Validation of the Detroit area study discrimination scale in a community sample of older African American adults: the Pittsburgh healthy heart project.” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. •    Williams, D.R. Have you ever been UNFAIRLY denied a scholarship?12. 1, Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 2004 254-259.•    Williams, D.R. Even though employers are … JAI Press. ), Closing the Gap:  Improving the Health of Minority Elders in the New Millennium. 2. Workplace discrimination can be categorized into four main types: racial discrimination, sex/gender discrimination, age discrimination, and disability discrimination. 2000 41:314-332. “Perceived Discrimination and Psychological Well-Being in the U.S. and South Africa.” Ethnicity and Health. 9. 1994 109(1):26-41.•    Williams, D.R. Powerless5. “Research on Discrimination and Health: An Exploratory Study of Unresolved Conceptual and Measurement Issues” American Journal of Public Health. Chan School of Public Health, 677 Huntington Avenue, Kresge Building Room 615, Boston, MA 02115, •    Source: Williams, D.R., Yu, Y., Jackson, J.S., and Anderson, N.B. 1990; 30 (12), 1273-1281. Discrimination in the workplace covers any work related issues, and it is important for employers to take care that the company handbook, policies, and practices are uniform, regardless of employee race, gender, ethnicity, age, religion, or disability. Surveying Racial Discrimination: Analyses From a Multiethnic Labor Market. Inferior11. You try to prepare for possible insults from other people before leaving home.2. No. “Racial/Ethnic Discrimination and Health:  Findings from Community Studies.”  American Journal of Public Health, 2003 93(2):  200-208.•    Wyatt, S.B., Williams, D.R., Calvin, R., Henderson, F., Walker, E., and Winters, K.  Racism and Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans:  Evidence and Implications for the Jackson Heart Study. 3. Have you ever felt that others at your place of employment UNFAIRLY got promotions or pay raises faster than you did?4. ), Perspectives on Social Problems. Carefully observe what happens around you?6. •    QuestionnaireWe are interested in your beliefs about the way other people have treated you. Your Education or Income Level. How often has a coworker with less experience and fewer qualifications gotten promoted before you?12. Response scale for all items:    Once a week or more………1    A few times a month………2    A few times a year………3    Less than once a year………4    Never…………………5, •    In dealing with these day-to-day experiences that you just told me about, how often do you:1. GLOBAL FOLLOW UP QUESTION AFTER ALL ITEMS: What was the main reason for the discrimination you experienced? What do you think was the main reason for your worst experience? For unfair reasons, have you ever not been hired for a job?3. 1996; 6 (1,2), 154-166.o    Bobo, L, Suh SA. Some other Aspect of Your Physical Appearance    8. 1997; 2(3):335-351. o    Krieger N., Smith K., Naishadham D., Hartman C., Barbeau E.M. “Experiences of discrimination: validity and reliability of a self-report measure for population health research on racism and health.” Social Science & Medicine. ), Origins and Destinies: Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in America. Your age2. Cancer, 2008 113(8): 2166-2172.•    Sims, M., Wyatt, S.B., Gutierrez, M.S., Taylor, H. S., Williams, D. R.  “Development and psychometric testing of a multidimensional instrument of perceived discrimination among African Americans in the Jackson Heart Study.”  Ethnicity & Disease, 2009 Winter;19(1):56-64.•    Moomal, H., Jackson, P.B., Stein, D.J., Herman, A., Myer, L., Seedat, S., Madela-Mntla, E., Williams, D.R. <> Have you ever been unfairly stopped, searched, questioned, physically threatened or abused by the police?5. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 is intended to protect employees over 40 from workplace discrimination based on age. Race & Society. “Perceived Discrimination, Race and Health in South Africa: Findings from the                                                                                                                                               South Africa Stress and Health Study.”  Social Science and Medicine, 2008 67: 441-452.•    Tynes, B., Giang, M.T., Williams, D.R., and Thompson, G.N. Background: Discrimination is associated with depressive symptoms and other negative health effects, but little is known about the mental health risks of workplace gender discrimination. If you think discrimination doesn’t exist in the workplace, you simply don’t know what it is. Feel that you always have to be very careful about your appearance (to get good service or avoid being harassed).3. “Racial Differences in Physical and Mental Health: Socioeconomic Status, Stress, and Discrimination.” Journal of Health Psychology. Encyclopedia of Public Health, 2008  vol. Talked to someone about what to do about the situation.5. Your religion6. “Online Racial Discrimination and Psychological Adjustment among Adolescents.” Journal of Adolescent Health, 2008 43:565-569. How often do your supervisor or coworkers make slurs or jokes about racial or ethnic groups?2. Expressed anger to the person who caused the problem.14. We extrapolated our results to get a sense of the scale and effects of the age discrimination scourge across the nation. How often do you feel that you have to work twice as hard as others to get the same treatment or evaluation?2. Your Race    4. Have you ever been UNFAIRLY prevented from moving into a neighborhood because the landlord or a realtor refused to sell or rent you a house or apartment?7. Overall, women are more likely than men to report having experienced each of these things – from being passed over for desirable assignments to earning less than someone of the opposite gender doing the same job. 1999 896:173-188.•    Williams, D.R., and Williams-Morris, R. “Racism and Mental Health: The African American Experience.”  Ethnicity and Health. Some3. Could you tell me more about what happened? You were discouraged by a teacher or advisor from seeking higher education? •    Source: Forman, T.A., Williams, D.R., and Jackson, J.S. “Race and Health: Basic Questions, Emerging Directions.” Annals of Epidemiology. endobj “Racial and Spatial Relations as Fundamental Determinants of Health in Detroit.”  Milbank Quarterly, 2002 80(4): 677-707.•    Williams, D.R., Neighbors, H.W., and Jackson, J.S. •    Measure:In the following questions, we are interested in your perceptions about the way other people have treated you. How certain are you that __________ was the main reason for this experience?Absolutely positive        Pretty sure    Somewhat doubtful    Very doubtfulH2. •    This scale was used in the National Survey of American Life (NSAL) and the South African Study of Stress and Health study (SASH). �����8���t W�ٗ�Mb��|k��O���RM��z��N;�I�-�&�������䌆����~����_�T�u�m�� y͓S\�G�fK|��+?�g������>-�5�L���c��f*�| �yC�Bw�>/����`OQ6R�qD�%U*,*�-�����?�5�Ҙ����X�ħ4��}���S�b�Ѽ3�%�I�� K����� �,j7�B�83�5s����s ���.m��\���������=��W#l�%�m; Prismatic Metropolis: Inequality in Los Angeles. (If the experience happened to you, but for some reason other than discrimination, enter "0". 1999 54:805-816.•    Williams, D.R. How often are you UNFAIRLY given the jobs that no one else wants to do?2. Research on workplace inequality, discrimination, and harassment, although certainly insightful, has developed in a largely fragmented fashion by focusing on a singular axis of inequality and/or a specific type of injustice, and with much less attention to potential variations by class positioning and proximate workplace relations. 10. 4. A Physical Disability    11. 2019;66(4):549-570. doi: 10.1080/00918369.2017.1422935. Think in advance about the kinds of problems you are likely to experience?2. o    Krieger, N. “Racial and gender discrimination: Risk factors for high blood pressure?” Social Science and Medicine. 1997; 2(3):335-351.•    Studies of Validity and Reliabilityo    Krieger N., Smith K., Naishadham D., Hartman C., Barbeau E.M. “Experiences of discrimination: validity and reliability of a self-report measure for population health research on racism and health.” Social Science & Medicine. ), Perspectives on Social Problems. Vulnerable    8. Not at allS17. Can you tell me if any of the following has ever happened to you:1. “A Mixed-Methods Approach to Developing a Self-Reported Racial Ethnic Discrimination Measure for Use in Multiethnic Health Surveys.”  Ethnicity & Disease, 2009 19(Autumn):447-453.•    Surkan, P.J., Mukerjee, J.S., Williams, D.R., Eustache, E., Louis, E., Jean-Paul, T., Lambert. •    Williams, D.R., Lavizzo-Mourey, R., and Warren, R.C. Some other reason for discrimination (Please specify:)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________S16. 1996; 6 (1,2), 154-166. o    Bobo, L, Suh SA. ), Encyclopedia of Stress, 2nd Edition, volume 3. ), Society and Health. What do you think was the main reason for this experience? However, recent reports show an increase in perceived age discrimination among older employees. Have you ever received service from someone such as a plumber or car mechanic that was worse than what other people get? (check all that apply).1. Have you ever been unfairly prevented from moving into a neighborhood because the landlord or a realtor refused to sell or rent you a house or apartment?6. •    Expanded from the 1995 Detroit Area Study and the MIDUS study for the YES Health Study•    Source: In Press  Williams, D.R., John, D., Oyserman, D., Sonnega, J., Mohammed, S.A., Jackson, J.S. ���+�k�/G •    Measure: Here are some more situations that can arise at work. ), Perspectives on Social Problems. Have you ever moved into a neighborhood where neighbors made life difficult for you or your family? 5 Pp. •    Source: Williams, D.R., Yu, Y., Jackson, J.S., and Anderson, N.B. How did you respond to this experience? People act as if they think you are dishonest.7. 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