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Smith, Christopher N.; Hartlep, Nicholas D.; Ellis, Antonio L. – Educational Foundations, 2020
Violence has been a prevalent issue within the African American community for the last two decades. This research study seeks to supplement the plethora of research around this area. Particularly, this study is concerned with what variables impact an individual's tendency to react violently within the African American community. Utilizing…
Descriptors: Violence, African Americans, Family Influence, Family Relationship
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Ellis, Antonio L.; Hartlep, Nicholas D. – Educational Foundations, 2017
Stuttering places students at-risk for being stereotyped and experiencing identity difficulties in school. This study hoped to fill a lacuna in the literature on the educational experiences of African American male stutterers. Six African American adult males who stuttered and lived in Washington, DC; Maryland; and/or Virginia participated in this…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, African Americans, Males, Stuttering
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Ottley, Jason A.; Ellis, Antonio L. – Educational Foundations, 2014
In this article, we show that the retention and graduation rate of Black male students at institutions of higher education is dismal when compared to other groups. Approximately, 30% of Black college males who enroll in a four-year institution earn a college degree compared to 57% of White male students (Bohrnstedt et al., 2015). Black men find it…
Descriptors: African American Students, Males, College Students, Academic Persistence