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ERIC Number: ED102630
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 18
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Self-Disclosure and Identification: Dyadic Communications of the New Assistant Black Professor on a White Campus.
Brown, Delindus R.
This paper examines the role of self-disclosure and identification in the dyadic communication of the new black assistant professor on a predominantly white campus. The paper focuses on four aspects of dyadic communication: a working discussion of self-disclosure and identification, and analysis of the possible effect of the two variables on a few of the first black scholars, a theoretical probe into the nature of the relationship of the black professor in his new position, and a brief perspective on the future of self-disclosure and identification as influencing variables in the face to face communications of minority faculty. The paper examines interaction of the black professor with four other respondents: the white professor, the white student, the senior black professor, and the black student. (RB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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