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This study investigates what it means for women leaders to identify as White. The purpose is to examine a sense of racial identity and how that identity affects a sense of self as a leader. Twelve women answered questions from a designed interview protocol in two settings that occurred approximately four weeks apart.
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Moritz, Ann, "Hearing Whiteness, Seeing Race: Women Leaders Give Visibility to their White Identity: A Dissertation" (2006). Educational Studies Dissertations. 76.
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