A Comparison of Black and White Boys on Attitudes toward Guidance and on Counselor Preference by Race and Sex.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The study investigated attitudes of black and white male students toward guidance and their preference for a counselor on the basis of race and sex. A random sample of 97 boys from two schools participated in the study. Five hypotheses were developed and the median test was performed and Chi-square subsequently used to test for null hypotheses of no difference in proportion between the two groups. Modified author abstract