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ERIC Number: EJ118529
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Do Black and White University Interns Differ in Their Basic Values?
Sikula, John P.; Sikula, Nadrew F.
Journal of Negro Education, 44, 2, 200-207, Spr 75
Black and White Toledo Teacher Corps interns were given the RokeachValue Survey. Black interns were found to be more personally concerned with cleanliness, independence, politeness and self-control than were white interns who were more concerned with honesty and salvation. Implications of these findings are discussed in terms of providing evidence against some popular motions about white and black university students and in the formulationof educational policy. (EH)
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