Toni King

“There but for the grace of god’: Two black women therapists explore privilege.” Women and Therapy, S. Alease Ferguson and Toni C. King, 1996, 20(1): 5-14. This article has also been published as a chapter in a book entitled: More Than a Mirror: How Clients Influence Therapists Lives. Marcia Hill, editor. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 1997.

“Bringing organizational behavior and therapy together: Counseling the African American female on job socialization failure.” Women and Therapy, S. Alease Ferguson and Toni C. King, 1996 13(1): 45-55.

“Rounding corners: An African American female scholar’s pre-tenure experiences,” in Rhythms of Academic Life, Peter Frost and M. Susan Taylor, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1996.

‘”Witness us in our battles’: Four student projections of black female academics.” Journal of Organizational Change Management. 1995, (6): 16-25. [Nominated for best JOCM article for 1995].

“Selected social networks of African American professional women: Pathways to reclamation of self, Women and Therapy, 1995, 16(4): 63-77.

“Diversity and Managers.” in Modern Management: Diversity, Quality, Ethics, and the Global Environment, sixth edition. Samuel C. Certo (Ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1994.

“Women of color in management: Towards an inclusive analysis.” E. Bell, T. Denton (currently Toni C. King) and S. Nkomo, in Women in Management: Trends, Issues, and Challenges in Managerial Diversity, Ellen Fagenson (Ed.). Volume 4, Women and Work Series, Newbury Park, Sage Publications, 1993.

“Bonding and supportive relationships among black professional women: Rituals of restoration.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, December 1990, 11: 447-457.


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