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ERIC Number: ED305838
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Jan
Pages: 168
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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Baccalaureate Sources of 1975-1986 Doctorates Earned by American Indian, Asian, Black, Hispanic and White Men and Women Who Received Baccalaureate Degrees 1975-1982: Total Numbers Adjusted for Institutional Size.
Fuller, Carol H.
An analysis of doctoral productivity for racial/ethnic groups is presented, comparing the number of doctoral degrees earned between 1975 and 1986 by the 1975-82 baccalaureate recipients of each U.S. institution. The data are analyzed for men and for women of five racial/ethnic groups (American Indians, Asians, Blacks, Hispanics, and Whites). Statistics include the following: Whites received 91.2% of the doctorates earned by the 75-82 graduates, Indians .03%, Asians 4.2%, Blacks 2.3% and Hispanics 2.0%; Whites received 88.4% of all the doctorates earned in 1986, Indians 0.4%, Asians 4.4%, Blacks 4.0% and Hispanics 2.8%; of the 140 institutions listed for one or more of the racial/ethnic groups for men, 36 were listed only for White men; of the 104 institutions listed for one or more of the racial/ethnic groups for women, 43 were listed only for White women; and there is a declining number of Blacks earning doctorates. Appended are (1) institutions included in lists of leading baccalaureate sources of 1975-86 doctorates earned by individuals receiving baccalaureate degrees 1975-82 from U.S. institutions and (2) doctorates awarded by U.S. institutions between 1975 and 1986 to 1975-1982 baccalaureate recipients with temporary U.S. visas as well as institutions whose 1975-82 graduates with temporary U.S. visas had earned at least four doctorates from a U.S. institution in any field by 1986. Contains 14 references. (SM)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Great Lakes Colleges Association, Ann Arbor, MI.; Ford Foundation, New York, NY.