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McCluney, C. L., Schmitz, L. L., Hicken, M. T., & Sonnega, A. (in press). Structural racism in the workplace: Does perception matter for health inequalities?. Social Science & Medicine.
McCluney, C. L., Bryant, C., King, D. D., & Ali, A. A. (2018). Calling in Black: A dynamic model of racially traumatic events, resourcing, and safety. Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal, 36(8), 767-786.
This work also appears in Guclu Atinic (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-seventh Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
Fragoso, Z., Holcombe, K., McCluney, C. L., McGonagle, A., Fisher, G. G., & Friebe, S. (2016). Burnout and engagement: Construct distinction in two healthcare worker samples. Workplace Health & Safety, 64(10), 479-487.
*McCluney, C. L. & *Rabelo, V. C. (forthcoming). Managing Blackness: Diversity management as maintaining the status quo. In L. M. Roberts and D. A. Thomas (Eds.) Race, work, and leadership in the 21st century: Learning about and from Black experience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
McCluney, C. L. & Cortina, L. M. (2017). Identity matters: Contextualizing workplace aggression within a social structural framework. In N. Bowling and M. S. Hershcovis (Eds). Research and theory on workplace aggression (pp. 136-155). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Parker, P. S., *Jiang, J., *McCluney, C. L., & *Rabelo, V. C. (2017). Race, gender, class, and sexuality. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
CASE STUDIES/WHITE PAPERS/REPORTS
McCluney, C. L., Roberts, L. M., & Wooten, L. (2017). “It takes courage: Lessons learned from Starbucks #RaceTogether campaign.” In Koonce, R., Robinson, P., & Vogel, B. (Eds.) Developing Leaders for Positive Organizing. Emerald Publishing Group.
Catalyst (2016)⸸ Engaging in conversations about gender, race, and ethnicity in the workplace. Practitioner's Tool, Catalyst, New York, NY.
⸸Company product in which I contributed equally with the following coauthors: D. J. Travis and J. Thorpe-Moscon
Travis, D. J., Thorpe-Moscon, J., & McCluney, C. L. (2016). Emotional tax: How Black women and men pay more at work and how leaders can take action. Research Report, Catalyst: New York, NY
Media coverage: “Work Success and our Secret Burden.” ESSENCE magazine, November, 2016.