A Research Brief: A Novel Characteristic of Role Model Choice by Black Male College Students
Bennett, B. J., Davis, R., Harris, A., Brown, K., et al., Negro Educational Review
We investigated social self-concept defined as all of one's thoughts and feelings about one's self in relation to others and others' views of the self (Potkay & Allen, 1986). For logistical reasons, our study made no attempt at randomization but was conducted with a convenience sample of 113 black male college students attending a historically black southern college. The age of subjects ranged from 18 to 29 years of age. Mean age of our sample was 20 years "1.27 years standard deviation with a sample size of 109 since four subjects failed to report their age. Each subject received a one-page survey to record age and attractiveness of self based upon a three-interval scale, very …
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Publication information: Article title: A Research Brief: A Novel Characteristic of Role Model Choice by Black Male College Students. Contributors: Bennett, B. J. - Author, Davis, R. - Author, Harris, A. - Author, Brown, K. - Author, et al. - Author. Journal title: Negro Educational Review. Volume: 55. Issue: 2/3 Publication date: April-July 2004. Page number: 143+. © Negro Educational Review, Inc. Spring 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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