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Susan Dobscha

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Dobscha, S., GENMAC. Connecting DEI to explicit and implicit gendered workplace discrimination, harassment, and assault: a commentary on 2019 Marketing Climate Survey. Mark Lett 32, 341–347 (2021).

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