African American Culture and Heritage in Higher Education Research and Practice

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Index
academic self-concept, 37-40; and empowerment, 37-38; and facult, support, 38; and measurement of, 35-36; and peer support, 38-39
Achebe, Chinua, and storytelling, 1 activism, overtime, 135 administrative positions, and African American faculty, 137
affirmative action, 51-53; challenges to, 52-53; history of, 52
African American culture: current, 29-31; and group connectedness, 34-35; and HBCUs, 144; and public policy, 168. See also African culture
African American education, history of, 34
African American faculty: need for, 133-42; at Yale, 140-41
African American self-concept; and group identity, 34, 35; and HBCUs, 36-37; independent vs.communal, 35; and racial identity, 36; and students, 34-41. See also academic self- concept
African American students: diversity among, 93-115; at HBCUS, 81; at PWIs, 80-81; as self-segregating, 124-25
African culture: current, 29-31; preslavery, 23-25; slavery experience, 25-29. See also African American culture
African philosophy, defined, 30-31
African value system: group identity, 25; one with nature, 23-24, 28; religion, 23-24, 28; vs. European value system, 26-27
Afrocentricity, vs. Eurocentricity, 15-16
Afrocentric psychology, 19
Afrocentric research, 15-16, 19-21; history of, 19; and natural science, 20
Akbar, N., on Afrocentric psychology, 19
Allen, W.: racial attitudes study, 64-73; on self-segregation, 126
An American Dilemma, as negrocentric research, 18-19
aspiration/participation gap, and college choice, 181, 187-90
assessment of higher education, 173-79
Astin, A.: conceptual framework for student learning, 76; on self-concept, 36

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