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ERIC Number: ED124239
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Dec
Pages: 54
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Correlates of Black Clout on Community College Governance and Educational Policy Decisions.
Anderson, Wilbert; And Others
In order to determine which elements of four Los Angeles urban community colleges with large concentrations of black students were in favor of establishing a black faculty association, a questionnaire was designed and administered to 87 student leaders, 104 academic faculty, and 36 administrators at the dean level or above, both black and white, from the four colleges. Survey results were analyzed to determine which characteristics (age, position, and experience) of the population were empirically correlated with support for a black faculty association. The highest correlates proved to be youth and low academic rank or position. Race proved to be a poor indicator of support for the association. This document presents a survey of the literature, and profiles of the four colleges participating in the study. Tabulated survey responses are included, and the survey instruments are appended. (NHM)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Identifiers - Location: California (Los Angeles)