ERIC Number: ED058333
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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Boys No More: A Black Psychlogist's View of Community. Insight Series Studies in Contemporary Issues.
Thomas, Charles W.
Contents of this book include:Introduction (Charles Thomas); White racism: Its roots, form, and function (James P. Comer); Boys no more: Some social psychological aspects of the new Black ethic (Charles W. Thomas); General systems theory and Black Studies: Some points of convergence (Cedric Clark); The misuse of a so-called psychological examination for the selection of jurors (Charles D. and Rita M. Boags); The changing image of the black American: A socio-psychological appraisal (Robert L. Williams); What counselors must know about black power (Kenneth S. Washington); The black quest for higher education: an admissions dilemma (Robert L. Green); Something borrowed, something black (Charles W. and Shirley W. Thomas); and, On being a black man (Charles W. Thomas). (JM)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Black Community, Black Power, Black Studies, College Admission, Counseling Theories, Helping Relationship, Higher Education, Racial Identification, Racial Relations, Racism, Self Concept, Self Esteem, Social Change, Systems Approach
Glencoe Press, Div. of Macmillan Co., 8701 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90211 ($3.95)
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