Even though this general invisibility may reduce backlash reactions, it really is a double-edged sword

Even though this general invisibility may reduce backlash reactions, it really is a double-edged sword

In this scholarly research, we concentrate on the outcomes of intersectional “invisibility” in workplace contexts for which females of color are examined for work advertising. We argue that even yet in contexts if the prospect is observed or is not ignored ( ag e.g., once the prospect may be the person that is only for the promotion or whenever offering a presentation), being dually subordinate and nonprototypical on competition and sex can indicate that this content and quality of his / her efforts are less inclined to be recalled.