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I am an interdisciplinary scholar investigating how individuals survive and thrive in oppressive and or stressful work environments. I examine how social valuing behaviors—such as mattering and compassion—in addition to social identity resourcing equips individuals from underrepresented social identity groups and or devalued professional groups with resources. I explore these phenomena in a variety organizational contexts—including religious institutions and healthcare systems—and through multiple methodologies such as qualitative and physiological investigations.
McCluney, C. L., Bryant, C. M., King, D. D., & Ali, A. A. (2017). Calling in Black: dynamic model of racially traumatic events, resourcing, and safety. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, (just-accepted), 00-00.