ERIC Number: ED077379
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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A Comparative Analysis of Self-Perceived Roles of Black and Non-Black Administrators in Predominantly White Institutions of Higher Education.
Cox, Otha P., Jr.
Dissertation Abstracts International, v32 n9 1972
The purpose of this study was to explore and compare the self-perceived roles of black and nonblack administrators who have comparable institutional affiliation and who hold similar positions in selected predominantly white institutions of higher education. The population for the study consisted of 98 black administrators and 110 nonblack administrators who were selected randomly and stratified according to the positions of vice presidents, deans, associate deans, department or division chairmen, and directors. The participants responded to the data-gathering instrument which contained three scales: (1) biographical data, (2) institution and role data, and (3) a 35-item questionnaire. Nine findings and eight recommendations are indicated. An extensive bibliography and appendices of related material are included. (Author/MJM)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Administrators, Bibliographies, Black Influences, Blacks, Presidents, Research, Research Projects, Role Theory, Universities, Whites
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Note: Reprint; Doctoral Dissertation, Michigan State University