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It is unclear from U.S. statistics whether white people are over-represented in library employment and management or not.CorrectIncorrect
Over two thirds of the science papers surveyed by Lariviére et al (2013) were authored by men.CorrectIncorrect
There is no evidence that faculty members from racial or ethnic minorities were under-represented in the U.S. in 2013.CorrectIncorrect
It is not a library publisher’s job to socially engineer and rectify society’s failings in minority representation.CorrectIncorrect
You must include all aspects of your university’s diversity policy in developing your own library publisher diversity policy.CorrectIncorrect
Members of under-represented groups need not be paid for working to help a library publisher develop their diversity and inclusion policy.CorrectIncorrect
A scholarly publisher probably needs to think more widely in terms of stakeholders than a university library.CorrectIncorrect
Once a strong diversity and inclusion policy is determined the actions will take care of themselves.CorrectIncorrect
The following are potential barriers to the implementation of diversity and inclusion policies (indicate all which are true):CorrectIncorrect