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    Results of EEOC Study

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    A 3 page research paper on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Previously, this writer aided the student researching this topic by suggesting methodology for a hypothetical research study of the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), its policies and their implementation. Previous papers covered methodology and the content of the study sample. This paper concerns only the evaluation and results of the previous papers. The following discussion summarizes the results of this examination and implications that this has for EEOC policy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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    and implementation. In kheeoc3, this writer/tutor outlined a suggested methodology for a proposed research study, which hypothesized that an examination of news articles on the EEOC published in the popular  press, that is, that non-academic sources, would suggest whether or not the EEOC was fulfilling its mandate to oversee fair and just employment practices. The next paper (kheeoc4.rtf) then  summarized these articles. The following discussion summarizes the results of this examination and implications that this has for EEOC policy. (The student is reminded that all research papers go immediately  for resale on the Internet. This explanation is necessary so that students buying these papers on the EEOC will understand the context of each paper.) The three articles examined for  this proposed study were all basically positive toward the EEOC and its policy formation. The Business Insurance article was somewhat less positive than the other two because it referred to  the EEOC making a serious error; however, overall the article was positive because it praised the organization for correcting this error. According to the writers proposed scale, the EEOC demonstrated  a 4.3 average approval rating with this sample group of articles. However, the writer stresses that this sample group should be greatly expanded by the student when writing his/her own  paper. Nevertheless, the implications is that the extremely negative evaluation given by Bovard (1994) is no longer completely applicable and that the EEOC is endeavoring to change to procedures  to better meet their mandate and mission goals. This conclusion is also substantiated by one of the articles in the sample group. "EEOC announces new mediation program," which was published  in May of 2003 in Fair Employment Practices Guidelines. On the other hand, as a National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) report stipulates, there is room for a great deal 

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