Human Resource Management and the Americans with Disabilities Act

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Index
Ability Requirements Scales (ARS), 59
Accommodations, specific, 73; alarms, 83; braille, 80; captioned films, 81; cassette tapes, 80; closed circuit television, 80; direct instructors, 83; extended time, 83; hearing aid loops, 81; large print, 76; modified job-specific equipment, 83; modified keyboards, 82; oral proctors/readers, 81; organization, 83; scanners, 82; sign language, 81; spellers, 82; talking computers, calculators, 81; telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), 81; transcribers, 82
Adams, J. S., 109, 113
AIDS: and the ADA, 9, 12; guidelines for dealing with, 177-178
Albermarle Paper Company v. Moody, 44, 66
Alexander v. Choate, 15, 38, 88, 102
Allen, J. G., 179, 184
Allen, M. J., & Yen, W. M., 99, 102
American Educational Research Association, 45-46, 66
American Psychological Association, 45- 46, 66
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 7; defined, 7; implications of, 1-2, 37-38, 65, 85-86, 101-102, 112, 123-124, 147-148, 164-168, 183-184; internal contradictions within, 163-164; relationship to other legislation, 7-10, 158- 163; Title I, 12; Title III, 28
Appraisal issues: making accommodations, 108; minimizing inequity in, 111- 112; perceptions of nonimpaired, 108; stereotypes, 107
Arbeitwissenschaftliches Erhebungsverfahren zur Tatigkeitsanalyse (AET), 51-52
Austin, W., 109, 113
Banks, M. H., 56, 66
Bemis, B. E., 50, 66
Benson, P. G., 3, 87
Bernardin, H. J., 50-51, 66, 110, 113
Bishop, P. C., 130, 148
Borgen, F. H., 56, 66
Borman, W. C., 54, 66
Bowe, F., 13, 38
Bownas, D. A., 50-51, 66
Brown, C. R., 168-169
Buckley, M. R., 4, 66, 105
Buckly, R., 1, 5
Buckner, K. E., 46, 66
Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 3, 5
Burks, S., 87, 101-102

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