Influences On Counselor Race Preferences: Distinguishing Black Racial Attitudes From Black Racial Identity
The authors examined differential contributions of Black racial identity and racial attitudes toward Whites in determining counselor preferences. Results indicated that racial attitudes accounted for a significant portion of the variance in same-race counselor preference. In addition, Black racial attitudes were distinguished from racial identity as independent contributors to counselor preferences.
Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
Ferguson, T. M.,
Leach, M. M.,
Levy, J. J.,
Nicholson, B. C.,
Johnson, J. D.
(2008). Influences On Counselor Race Preferences: Distinguishing Black Racial Attitudes From Black Racial Identity. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 36(2), 66-76.
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