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ERIC Number: EJ140441
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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Effects of Class, Race, Sex, and Educational Status on Patterns of Aggression of Lower-Class Youth
Luchterhand, Elmer; Weller, Leonard
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 5, 1, 59-71, Mar 76
The influence of class, race, sex, and educational status on ways of handling aggression and temper control are studied. It was found that race was the only important discriminator: blacks were less aggressive and had more self control than whites, but once aggression occured blacks were more likely than whites to assault others. (Author/DEP)
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