Behavioral Criteria in Research and the Study of Racism: Performing the Jackal Function. Part III.
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This report is the final of the inter-ethnic relations study conducted by the Urban Institute for Human Services, Inc. The purpose of the study was to specify behavioral criteria for the assessment of racist behaviors. A description of the study, the data analyses, and the interpretation of the findings are presented in this report. A comparison and critique of the outcomes from the quantitative and qualitative analyses is emphasized to specify their utility in the identification of racist behaviors. Author
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