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The researchers conducted a national survey of Black faculty members at predominantly white schools of social work. Two basic questions guided the search effort: (1) What are the principal roles and responsibilities of Black faculty? and (2) To what extent do Black faculty members perceive themselves as receiving sufficient professional satisfaction, respect, and support? Analysis of questionnaire responses indicated significant differences in the responses among Black faculty based on factors such as sex, academic rank, and tenure.
Davis, L., Freeman, P., Carter, L. H., & Cartwright, R. (1983). Black Faculty in Predominantly White Schools of Social Work: A Qualitative Assessment. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/50
Date Posted: 16 January 2007
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