A Study of the Self-Concepts of Black, White, and Indian Students, Grades Three through Twelve, Living in an Urban and a Rural Setting.

Record Number: 
487
Citation: 

Sampson, Nancy Morgan.  “A Study of the Self-Concepts of Black, White, and Indian Students, Grades Three through Twelve, Living in an Urban and a Rural Setting.”  Diss.  New York U, 1980.

Annotation: 

Compared the self-concept of Lumbee children in Robeson County and Baltimore with White and Black classmates.  Found no significant differences among races or between urban and rural residence.  Female self-concept was more positive than male.

Key Source?: 
no
First Appeared in 1994 Book?: 
yes
Publication Type: 
These libraries have this material. Check the library catalog of the library of your choice to see if the material you need is available.