Marie Tiboulet's research while affiliated with Université Clermont Auvergne and other places

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Objectives: To examine the associations between perceived ethnic discrimination and (physical and mental) health indicators among North African women and men living in France. Methods: This study included 82 North Africans, aged 18–64 years. Perceived discrimination was measured at both group level (PGD ) and personal level (PPD). The physical hea...
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Introduction and objectiveLittle is known about employment discrimination in France. The goal of this study was to examine some of the determinants of employment discrimination toward French Young from Turkish and North-african Immigration (YTNI).Method Under this perspective, 62 employers filled out an anonymous questionnaire in France (Auvergne)....

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... 5,17,[19][20][21][22][23][24][29][30][31]33,[35][36][37][38]41,42,46,49,[52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61]63,67 The remaining studies were from Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Scotland, Sweden, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom (n = 22, 42%). [25][26][27][28]32,34,39,40,[43][44][45]47,48,50,51,62,[64][65][66]68,69 Ten studies used samples from Michigan and Chicago, Illinois. 17,21,23,24,29,41,[57][58][59]67 Several studies had samples of between 100 and 1000 people. ...
... A North African male is three times less likely to receive a positive response to an application for a high-status position in an organization than for a low-level or intermediate one. Although a good education is a prerequisite for a high-status position, welleducated North African males remain targets of discrimination in Western Europe (Acolin et al., 2016;Lambert et al., 1990;Michinov et al., 2005;Sabatier & Berry, 1994;Tiboulet et al., 2012). People often perceive them as being untrustworthy (Oberhauser, 1991), violent (Lacassagne et al., 2001), unreliable (Amadieu, 2005), threatening (e.g., Dambrun & Guimond, 2004), and lazy (Rebzani, 2000(Rebzani, , 2005. ...