Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development

A scholarly and professional journal publishing articles pertinent to multicultural and ethnic minority interests in all areas of counseling and human development. Coverage includes state-of-the-art multicultural research and reports on the application of

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, April

A Comparison of Asian American, Caucasian American, and Chinese College Students: An Initial Report
This study of Asian American, Caucasian American, and Chinese college students examined the relationship between participants' career choices and parental influence. The results showed that the Asian American and Chinese college students were more...
Developing Multicultural Counseling Competencies in Undergraduate Students
The authors assessed the impact of training undergraduates in multicultural counseling competencies. When compared with a control group of students in a psychology of personality course (n = 20), repeated measures analyses of variance confirmed...
Racial Peer Group Selection in African American High School Students
This study examined the influence of racial identity and other potential factors that may contribute to African American high school students' selection of a racial peer group. Results indicated that racial identity, feelings of racial similarity,...
Using Narrative Approaches to Teach Multicultural Counseling. (Johnson Report)
Narrative approaches to teaching multicultural counseling can assist students in integrating course content with a sense of self, Narrative teaching strategies follow a postmodern view of learning--that is, that truth is constructed through the...
White Racial Identity and White Racial Consciousness: Similarities, Differences, and Recommendations. (Articles)
To dispel apparent confusion, White racial identity and White racial consciousness are described and contrasted in terms of theoretical conceptualization and measures used. It is recommended that priority be given to the validation of existing or...
White Racism and Suboptimal Psychological Functioning among White Americans: Implications for Counseling and Prejudice Prevention
This study examined the causal relationships between anxiety, racism, and self-esteem in a sample of White graduate and undergraduate students (N = 169). The results indicated that level of anxiety had a direct effect on anti-Black attitudes, which,...